Exede from DSI symbolizes the up and coming era of rural Internet services. Owing to ViaSat's revolutionary technology, the company that brought WildBlue to the world, Exede comes out on top of the online game, topping all that anyone expects from a satellite Internet supplier. Download more sizable photos, stream HD films, send e-mail messages more efficiently. The combined high-tech wares and the optimized bandwidth has convinced more and more rural residents to switch to Exede's services.
Our package options range based on what you need and what you can afford. Beginning at the reasonable fee of $49.99, the patron can attain a bandwidth of 10GB each month; ideal for those new to the online universe. Those who surf the Internet to do the basics--i.e., read the news, send e-mail and research important topics--will find much to like about this plan. And for an extra $30, you can access twice that capacity at 15GB, allowing you to view additional films, transmit more photographs, and supplement your media-rich online experience. This package is the most commonly used plan, for those who do heavy web surfing through sites such as Facebook, YouTube, Netflix, etc. For a maximum cost of $129.99 per month, this 25GB plan promises optimum Internet savings. It is designed for users who surf the web for lengthy periods of time and manage many large files, as well as for families with members that access the web all at once from different computers. As an added bonus, you get the same great level of customer service with all of our plans that ViaSat has supplied to all of its customers since the company's inception.
HughesNet, a satellite broadband option hosted by Dish Network, offers similar plans with more guidelines and regulations. Their system tends to reach a maximum of 250MB every day, disallowing customers from enjoying the World Wide Web as well as its multi-media content to its maximum potential. HughesNet certainly has plans for the future of wireless internet but it has not yet reached the bar.
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. For residents who live in rural areas, this can pose a problem. Even though cable may not be available in all the areas that satellite is, it is still a popular choice amongst many households.
Verizon FiOS has been around for a while - offering a fiber optic based internet connection. Google Fiber is a more recent addition to the fiber optic clan. FiOS and Fiber both use fiber optic cable which is a format of cable that uses light to transfer information and not electricity, which is susceptible to resistance. The tradeoff here is that many people will not be able to enjoy this service because it is only available in a small part of the country unlike Exede which is available everywhere and provides rural areas with unmatched internet speeds.
Since our release at the start of 2012, our high-tech services are now available to anyone. Exede provides the best of all possible worlds, offering a solid internet connection with sturdy satellites in country areas otherwise limited to the application of dial up and DSL connections. Our competitors' low resolution Ku band bandwidth causes degradation during bad weather, whereas our high resolution Ka band communication satellites provide you with the speed and quality internet you deserve.This stunning mixture of superior Internet technology has been melded and perfected to supply an unbeatable online experience. Do it all--and quickly--with a bit of help from Exede Broadband Barton City, MI from DSI.