Exede from DSI transports you into the new age of rural-based Internet service. It is ViaSat's latest technology in satellite internet services, with results that exceed those of other providers. Download bigger pictures, play HD quality motion pictures, send e-mail with greater ease. Its nouveau technology features and high speed optimized bandwidth has made it possible for every individual in rural locations to enjoy the internet quality of their urban counterparts.
The smart consumer can choose from many package options to accommodate both their needs and their budget. Beginning at a low cost of $49.99, you can access a bandwidth of 10GB per month; ideal for those making new connections with the online world. It is a light internet offer for research, emails and news updates. To watch more movies, send larger pictures and enjoy a more immense internet experience, you can get the 15GB package for just $79.99. For those who spend much of their time on the computer, the 15GB plan is beyond ideal; this is the plan that will permit you to enjoy graphics heavy sites such as YouTube and Facebook. For a top price of $129.99 a month, this 25GB plan provides the ultimate Internet savings. The 25GB option is ideal for homes that boast a number of simultaneously surfing computers, and for those who can't get enough of lively tunes, streaming motion pictures and other sizable files. As an added bonus, you get the same great level of customer service with all of our plans that ViaSat has supplied to all of its customers since the company's inception.
HughesNet, a satellite broadband choice hosted by Dish Network, hosts similar plans that come complete with a coterie of rules and regulations. Usually capping at 250MB per day, using their system restricts customers from utilizing the full potential of the internet in terms of multimedia content. Satellite broadband internet is no stranger to HughesNet and if they manage to get an updated satellite system in place, they may become contenders with Viasat.
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. 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.
Google Fiber and Verizon FiOS have begun to employ new technology to provide its users a quick and efficient internet package. 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. The downside to this is that both Fiber and FiOS are not readily available in much of the US. While it is growing, it will take years before fiber optic cable is run to the majority of the country.
Introduced in 2012, this new type of satellite was developed from the newest and best technology in the world. Exede from Viasat provides the ultimate of all possible options, offering a strong internet connection with reliable satellites in rural regions otherwise limited to the usage of DSL and other dial up connections. By making use of the Ka band (a definite trade up from the Ku band that providers such as Hughesnet tend to work with), ViaSat 1 supplies an extended level of bandwidth and speed so you can surf at the same level as those who have cable.Advanced technology, clearer connection and the use of satellites--they are all combined to give you the internet you deserve. Everything you wanted to do but couldn't because of slow internet or constant interruptions can now be done with ViaSat's Exede Jeff, IN from DSI.