Exede from DSI is the nouveau addition to satellite internet providers for rural locations. 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 more sizable photos, stream HD films, send e-mail messages more efficiently. Nothing and no one can surpass Exede's high-quality optimized bandwidth and supreme internet speed for rural residents.
A number of package choices are available to fit your individual requirements as well as your pocketbook. Starting at the reasonable rate of $49.99, the customer can get a 10GB bandwidth per month; perfect for those new to the online experience. This light internet package is great if you're planning to use the web for research, the news and e-mails. 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. The 15GB package is most preferred by valued customers because it gives them the options to visit content-rich sites such as Facebook and YouTube at a much faster pace. For $129.99 per month, you get the 25GB package that offers the best of the best in our satellite internet service. The 25GB option is just perfect for houses that contain many computers that surf simultaneously, as well as for those who enjoy vibrant music, streaming films and other gigantic files. Our plans guarantee the same excellence and support that ViaSat has always given its customers.
HughesNet, with is associated with Dish Network, has similar deals as Exede but their company provides more restrictions. This system can reach an optimum 250MB each day, not allowing customers to get the very most out of the Internet as well as its media content. Despite these restrictions, HughesNet is still pushing as it researches new forms of satellite broadband internet.
Time Warner, Cox, Comcast and other cable companies offer online services that restrict patrons to a single provider as well as certain geographic areas in which their Internet cables run. So why bother considering cable internet when its services are incapable of reaching remote locations? With many plan options, Comcast, Time Warner and Cox have been popular in many urban areas where their service is more available.
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. Despite the fact that these companies still need to run cable to your house, like traditional cable internet, fiber optic bandwidth is capable of being much greater than its electrical counterpart. However, like the traditional cable that you probably already have hooked up to your house, fiber optic cable has to be run to every single establishment, which could take years for Verizon and Google to complete.
Making its grand introduction in 2012, this novel variety of satellite was culled from the newest and most modern technology in the world. Exede from Viasat offers the best of both worlds: a solid internet connection with satellite reliability in rural areas otherwise limited to DSL and other dial up connections. Unlike HughesNet, Exede utilizes the Ka band bandwidth which is used by satellites with high resolution, thus providing our customers with an uninterrupted connection throughout the day.This mix of advanced Internet technology and quality service has been combined and optimized to deliver the best of any Internet experience. Do all that you wanted to do, at a faster rate and without any pauses in between, with ViaSat's Exede Broadband Bretton Woods, NH from DSI.