Exede from DSI is the next generation satellite broadband. The new technology from ViaSat, the company who brought you WildBlue, Exede surpasses all expectations as to what you can expect from a satellite internet provider. Its high speed and efficiency allow people to download movies and pictures at a faster rate than other providers. 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.
Our package options range based on what you need and what you can afford. 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 use the Internet for only the most basic reasons, including reading up on recent news events, transmitting e-mails to loved ones and researching various topics, will absolutely adore this plan. And for an additional $30, you can get twice this capacity--15GB, to be exact--enabling the surfer to view more movies, send additional pics, and optimize one's online media 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. Our best services come with the $129.99 per month plan, giving you 25GB, ultimate speed, highest-quality bandwidth and is excellent for any and every site you visit. 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. 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.
Dish Network's satellite broadband associate, HughesNet, provides the same offers but with more restrictions. Their cap is at 250MB per day so customers are not allowed the full advantages that Exede clients are when browsing the net. 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.
Online services hosted by cable companies such as Time Warner, Cox and Comcast restrict patrons to one provider and certain logistic areas in which their Internet cables run. So why bother considering cable internet when its services are incapable of reaching remote locations? Cable internet from these companies may be fading fast as satellite internet catches up in the speed and bandwidth game.
Fiber optic cable, a light based cable, is the basis for Google's Fiber and Verizon's FiOS. With fiber optic technology, internet companies have the ability to expand bandwidth to much greater than it already it was. While there are many speed benefits in using fiber optic cable, the main problem (and it will probably be a problem for years to come) is that it is not available for most people.
Debuting in 2012, this new type of satellite was culled from the most innovative technology available in the modern world--and now you too can use it. 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. HughesNet, on the other hand, uses Ku band satellite bandwidths that receive "rain fade" during bad weather and their customers are left without internet for the day.Advanced technology, clearer connection and the use of satellites--they are all combined to give you the internet you deserve. Say sayonara to your old providers and get acquainted with Exede's impeccable internet service in Lachine, MI from DSI.