Exede from DSI transports you into the new age of rural-based Internet service. Brought to you by ViaSat, the company in charge of WildBlue, Exede's services have yet to disappoint its growing customers' demands. Download bigger pictures, play HD quality motion pictures, send e-mail with greater ease. This ultimate combination of fast optimized bandwidth and wireless technology has enabled even those who live out in the country to access the connection that will enable them to get the most out of the Internet.
Multiple package options are available to suit your needs and budget. The 10GB package is usually chosen by those who are getting accustomed to surfing the web, with prices as low as $49.99. This internet value is most beneficial for customers that plan to use the net for e-mail, research and keeping up with the daily news. And for an additional $30 charge, you can get twice that capacity at 15GB, permitting the user to view more movies, send along more photos, and enhance your media-rich Internet experience. 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. The final plan we offer provides you with 25GB with the highest, best and fastest quality that satellite internet can provide you for just $129.99 per month. The 25GB plan is best for those with families with multiple computers surfing at the same time, or for those of you who enjoy streaming movies, music and other large files. Additionally, a great customer service option comes with each and every plan; this is the same level of customer service that ViaSat has always given its customers.
HughesNet, a satellite broadband option hosted by Dish Network, offers similar plans with more guidelines and regulations. Their system tends to cap off at 250MB daily, restricting patrons from using their Internet and its multi-media content to the very fullest. With plans for expansion in the future, HughesNet is slowly catching up to the competition.
Cable-based online services like Time Warner, Cox and Comcast restrict customers to a single provider and certain geographical sites where their high speed internet cables operate. For residents who live in rural areas, this can pose a problem. Companies such as Time Warner, Cox and Comcast still offer a decent quality cable network.
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. 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. These companies are pushing the boundaries of landline internet but they use fairly new technology that isn't available everywhere unlike Exede, which is available anywhere in the United States.
Launched in 2012, this new satellite is comprised of the newest technology available - and now it is available to you. 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. By way of the Ka band (a decided improvement over Hughesnet's Ku band), ViaSat 1 hosts an extensive bandwidth that allows the user to surf the net at the same speed as those who have cable.This ideal mix of Internet technology has now been idealized to provide the ultimate online experience. Do it all--and much faster--with a little help from Exede Broadband Concord, NH from DSI.