Exede from DSI is the nouveau addition to satellite internet providers for rural locations. It is ViaSat's latest satellite internet provider, with rising demands from rural customers and expectations that exceed those of other competitors. Download bigger pictures, play HD quality motion pictures, send e-mail with greater ease. This fantastic mix of optimized bandwidth and wireless technology has made it feasible for even those who live in remote rural regions to go online.
A number of package choices are available to fit your individual requirements as well as your pocketbook. For those of you that are new to the web and all its benefits, we offer the $49.99 package deal with 10GB. This offer is great for light internet usage such as research, emails and the daily news. To watch more movies, send larger pictures and enjoy a more immense internet experience, you can get the 15GB package for just $79.99. The 15GB package is most preferred by valued customers because it gives them the options to visit content-rich sites such as Facebook and YouTube at a much faster pace. For $129.99 per month, you get the 25GB package that offers the best of the best in our satellite internet service. It is the ideal choice for families and for those who are the most experienced in surfing the web and accessing many different online content. 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. With a 250MB cap of bandwidth per day, it's no wonder that their customers are switching over to our services so as to enjoy internet to its fullest potential. Despite these restrictions, HughesNet is still pushing as it researches new forms of satellite broadband internet.
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. Anyone living in remote areas cannot have cable internet because their providers and services simply can't reach that far. 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 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. 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.
This new technology is now available to anyone, anywhere, since its launch in early 2012. 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. By utilizing the Ka band (an upgrade from the Ku band that providers like Hughesnet uses), ViaSat 1 offers much higher bandwidth and speed so you can surf as well as those with cable.This mix of advanced Internet technology and quality service has been combined and optimized to deliver the best of any Internet experience. Do it all--and quickly--with a bit of help from Exede Broadband Lewiston, MI from DSI.