Exede from DSI brings you in to the next generation of rural online services. Owing to ViaSat's revolutionary technology, the company that brought WildBlue to the world, Exede comes out on top of the online game, topping all that anyone expects from a satellite Internet supplier. Download HD films with greater clarity, as well manage the transmission of more sizable pictures and faster e-mail messages. 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.
We offer multiple package options that are compatible with your budget and personal needs. 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. This offer is great for light internet usage such as research, emails and the daily news. And for an additional $30 charge, you can get twice that capacity at 15GB, permitting the user to view more movies, send along more photos, and enhance your media-rich Internet experience. This premium package is the most preferred choice by customers who intend to use the net for more than just looking through news articles and checking emails. 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. With all of our plans, you receive the same excellence in support that ViaSat has given to all of its customers for years.
HughesNet, another satellite broadband company associated with Dish Network has similar deals but offer more restrictions. Usually capping at 250MB per day, using their system restricts customers from utilizing the full potential of the internet in terms of multimedia content. With plans for expansion in the future, HughesNet is slowly catching up to the competition.
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? 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. Without the electrical resistance that traditional cable internet faces, fiber optic internet has the ability to provide much greater internet speeds and bandwidth. It may, however, be years before you can experience this engorged bandwidth if you don't already have access. Running thousands of miles of cable takes a long time for just a couple of companies to do.
Introduced in 2012, this new type of satellite was developed from the newest and best technology in the world. Exede provides the best of both worlds, providing a solid satellite connection in rural areas limited to the application of DSL and dial up 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.This great mixture of online technology has now been perfected to supply the ideal Internet experience. Do it all--and quickly--with a little aid courtesy of Exede Broadband Luzerne, MI from DSI.