Exede from DSI symbolizes the up and coming era of rural Internet services. Thanks to groundbreaking technology courtesy of ViaSat, the corporation who introduces WildBlue, Exede beats 'em all, easily surpassing all expectations you have of a satellite-based online supplier. Download bigger pictures, play HD quality motion pictures, send e-mail with greater ease. The combined high-tech wares and the optimized bandwidth has convinced more and more rural residents to switch to Exede's services.
Multiple package options are available to suit your needs and budget. Starting at the very reasonable price of $49.99, the customer can get a bandwidth of 10GB monthly; perfect for those new explorers of the online universe. This is a great plan for those who plan on light internet usage: checking the news, emailing friends and family and research. For just $79.99 you can double your bandwidth to 15GB and experience a better, faster internet with more options than emails, research and surfing the web. For those who spend a great deal more time on the computer, the 15GB plan is ideally suited; this is the plan that will facilitate the use of graphics heavy sites like YouTube and Facebook. Our best services come with the $129.99 per month plan, giving you 25GB, ultimate speed, highest-quality bandwidth and is excellent for any and every site you visit. It is most commonly preferred by families whose members access the net throughout the day from multiple computers, or for those who manage large files and online streaming. In addition, each and every plan comes complete with the same great customer service that accompanies ViaSat plans on a regular basis.
HughesNet, an associate satellite internet company of Dish Network, offers the same services as Exede but with many more restrictions. Unlike Exede, they have a cap of 250MB per day which does not allow customers to reach their full potential in web surfing. While it is catching up to Exede, HughesNet still has a ways to go before it becomes a competitive force.
Online services hosted by cable companies such as Time Warner, Cox and Comcast restrict patrons to one provider and certain logistic areas in which their Internet cables run. This can be problematic for those of you who live in remote areas. Cable internet is readily available to the more urban areas of the country and offers many different internet speeds.
A popular new form of internet communication is through fiber optics, something which Verizon FiOS has offered for a few years and something that Google is expanding. By using light to transfer data, the fiber optic cable opens up available bandwidth for users. The downside to this is that both Fiber and FiOS are not readily available in much of the US. While it is growing, it will take years before fiber optic cable is run to the majority of the country.
Since our release at the start of 2012, our high-tech services are now available to anyone. Exede from Viasat provides the ultimate of all possible options, offering a strong internet connection with reliable satellites in rural regions otherwise limited to the usage of DSL and other dial up connections. By utilizing the Ka band (an upgrade from the Ku band that providers like Hughesnet uses), ViaSat 1 offers much higher bandwidth and speed so you can surf as well as those with cable.This mix of advanced Internet technology and quality service has been combined and optimized to deliver the best of any Internet experience. Do it all--and quickly--with a bit of help from Exede Broadband NH from DSI.