Exede from DSI symbolizes the up and coming era of rural Internet services. With ViaSat's innovative technology, which also introduced the world to WildBlue, Exede is a leader in the online market, surpassing all expectations people generally have for a satellite Internet supplier. E-mails, movies and pictures have never been faster, easier or more detailed to access than with this fast-paced internet. The ideal mixture of optimum bandwidth and wireless technology has made it possible even for those who reside in remote rural areas to enjoy the Internet.
The smart customer can choose from many package options to suit their individual needs as well as their pocketbooks. 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. 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 intended for users who plan to visit content-rich sites such as YouTube, Netflix, Facebook, etc. For a top price of $129.99 a month, this 25GB plan provides the ultimate Internet savings. This 25GB plan is perfect for houses in which many residents surf the net at the same time, and for those who enjoy listening to songs, streaming films and other sizable files. Exede's packages promise you the same quality service and support that ViaSat always gave its customers.
HughesNet, another satellite broadband service provided through Dish Network, supplies similar plans but with added rules and 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. With plans for expansion in the future, HughesNet is slowly catching up to the competition.
Geographical locations such as those of rural residents, simply cannot receive all of the internet's benefits by using cable--cable internet just doesn't work as far and wide as Exede. Anyone living in remote areas cannot have cable internet because their providers and services simply can't reach that far. Despite its shortcomings, cable internet from companies such as Time Warner, Comcast and Cox still offer high speed internet for many customers across the country.
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. 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. It may, however, be years before you can experience this engorged bandwidth if you don't already have access. Running thousands of miles of cable takes a long time for just a couple of companies to do.
The newest satellite internet technology which was released at the start of 2012, is now available to you and anyone in the country. Exede provides the best of both worlds, providing a solid satellite connection in rural areas limited to the application of DSL and dial up 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.There is no longer a need for excuses from DSL, cable or dial-up providers now that Exede's high-tech satellite internet is available. Everything you wanted to do but couldn't because of slow internet or constant interruptions can now be done with ViaSat's Exede CO from DSI.