Exede from DSI brings you in to the next generation of rural online 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. Download bigger pictures, play HD quality motion pictures, send e-mail with greater ease. This winning mix of high speed optimized bandwidth and wireless technology has made it possible for even those in rural areas to get the connection they deserve.
The wise consumer can select from a variety of package options to suit both their needs and their personal budgets. Starting at just $49.99, you can enjoy a monthly bandwidth of 10GB, great for those who are new to connecting to the net. This is a great plan for those who plan on light internet usage: checking the news, emailing friends and family and research. 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. This package is intended for users who plan to visit content-rich sites such as YouTube, Netflix, Facebook, etc. For a maximum fee of $129.99 per month, this 25GB plan delivers optimum online savings. The 25GB plan is ideal for homes in which a number of people surf the Internet at the same time, and for those that enjoy music, streaming movies and other larger files. Exede's packages promise you the same quality service and support that ViaSat always gave its customers.
HughesNet, an associate satellite internet company of Dish Network, offers the same services as Exede but with many more restrictions. 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. With plans for expansion in the future, HughesNet is slowly catching up to the competition.
By choosing cable internet such as Comcast or Cox, you are restricted to that provider and must adjust your location so as to receive good internet. Thus they are faced with a great dilemma when trying to connect to the internet, much less surf the web without interruptions. 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.
Google Fiber and Verizon FiOS have begun to employ new technology to provide its users a quick and efficient internet package. Fiber optic technology is fairly new in relation to cable. It still uses a cable but one that is made of a flexible glass tube. This tube allows for almost transparent data transportation and allows for a greater bandwidth than traditional electrical cables allow. 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 is the best of all possible options, as it provides a strong satellite connection in rural regions limited to DSL and dial up connections. Through the use of the Ka band (a definite enhancement over the Ku band utilized by Hughesnet and other providers), ViaSat 1 supplies an extensive bandwidth that enables the user to surf at the same speed as those who have cable.This stellar mix of incredible online technology has been developed and perfected to provide the ultimate Internet experience. Everything you wanted to do but couldn't because of slow internet or constant interruptions can now be done with ViaSat's Exede Friendship, AR from DSI.