Exede from DSI brings you in to the next generation of rural online services. 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. Exede allows faster downloads for larger pictures and HD movie streaming without lags or browser reloads. This ultimate combination of fast optimized bandwidth and wireless technology has enabled even those who live out in the country to access the connection that will enable them to get the most out of the Internet.
A number of package choices are available to fit your individual requirements as well as your pocketbook. The 10GB package is usually chosen by those who are getting accustomed to surfing the web, with prices as low as $49.99. This offer is great for light internet usage such as research, emails and the daily news. 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. For those whose Internet usage falls on the excessive side, the 15GB plan might be best; making it possible to use graphic-heavy sites such as Facebook and YouTube. For a maximum fee of $129.99 per month, this 25GB plan delivers optimum online savings. This plan is designed for families who use the net all at once from multiple computers, or for those deeply immersed web surfers that deal with massive files. The packages we offer provide you with the same services and excellence that ViaSat always guaranteed.
HughesNet, an alternate provider of satellite broadband service associated with Dish Network, offers similar plans but with additional rules and regulations. 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. HughesNet certainly has plans for the future of wireless internet but it has not yet reached the bar.
With cable internet companies, such as Time Warner, Comcast and Cox, you are restricted to a specific provider and geographic locations where their high-speed internet cables run. 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.
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. The issue with fiber optic and any landline based internet is that it takes a long time to lay down all the cable. If you think about it, your house or apartment maybe hooked up to a cable network but it has taken decades for companies to provide the infrastructure and it has been subsidized by many companies. In this case, there are only two companies and they have every single household and business in America to hook up. It might be fast, but it also might be a while before you can see these benefits.
This new technology is now available to anyone, anywhere, since its launch in early 2012. 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. Our competitors' low resolution Ku band bandwidth causes degradation during bad weather, whereas our high resolution Ka band communication satellites provide you with the speed and quality internet you deserve.There is no longer a need for excuses from DSL, cable or dial-up providers now that Exede's high-tech satellite internet is available. Do it all--and much faster--with a little help from Exede Broadband Littleton, NH from DSI.