Exede from DSI embodies the future generation of rural-based online service. 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. 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.
Multiple package options are available to suit your needs and budget. Starting at just $49.99, you can enjoy a monthly bandwidth of 10GB, great for those who are new to connecting to the net. It is a light internet offer for research, emails and news updates. For an additional $30, you can double that capacity to 15GB in order to watch more movies, send more pictures, and enrich your multimedia internet experience. The 15GB plan will be best for those of you who heavily surf the internet and visit content-rich websites such as Facebook and YouTube. For a maximum fee of $129.99 per month, this 25GB plan delivers optimum online 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. Exede's packages promise you the same quality service and support that ViaSat always gave its customers.
HughesNet, another satellite broadband company associated with Dish Network has similar deals but offer more restrictions. Unlike Exede, they have a cap of 250MB per day which does not allow customers to reach their full potential in web surfing. HughesNet certainly has plans for the future of wireless internet but it has not yet reached the bar.
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. For people who reside in out of the way regions, this can pose a definite problem. Many people still use this form of internet as it provides quick download and upload speeds.
FiOS from Verizon and Fiber from Google represent a new form of cable internet - one that relies on sending light signals instead of electrical signals per normal cable internet. Fiber optic cable has the potential to provide enormous speeds to its users, limited only by the ISP. As with every new technology, it takes time for it to spread. Fiber optic internet is only available in select areas from both Google and Verizon.
Utilizing the latest in satellite internet technologies since its launch in 2012, Exede is now available to everyone. 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. 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 great mixture of online technology has now been perfected to supply the ideal Internet experience. Do all that you wanted to do, at a faster rate and without any pauses in between, with ViaSat's Exede Broadband Herbine, AR from DSI.