Exede from DSI is the newest satellite internet provider for rural areas. Brought to you by ViaSat, the company in charge of WildBlue, Exede's services have yet to disappoint its growing customers' demands. Exede provides better quality HD movie streaming, picture downloads and web-browsing in general, as opposed to other providers. 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.
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 light internet package is great if you're planning to use the web for research, the news and e-mails. And for just $30 more, you can access twice the capacity at 15GB, enabling the user to watch more movies, send more pictures, and optimize one's media-based online 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. The 25GB package is the third plan we offer for just $129.99 a month, providing you with the best and fastest offers in satellite internet services. 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. The packages we offer provide you with the same services and excellence that ViaSat always guaranteed.
HughesNet, another satellite broadband service provided through Dish Network, supplies similar plans but with added rules and 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. HughesNet is available in many remote areas of the country where other internet connections are not available.
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. So why bother considering cable internet when its services are incapable of reaching remote locations? 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.
A popular new form of internet communication is through fiber optics, something which Verizon FiOS has offered for a few years and something that Google is expanding. 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. However, fiber optic is a relatively new technology that has not made itself readily available to millions of people, many of those in rural areas that would benefit from satellite based wireless internet.
The newest satellite internet technology which was released at the start of 2012, is now available to you and anyone in the country. 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. Through the use of the Ka band (a decided improvement from the Ku band used by providers like Hughesnet), ViaSat 1 provides an exalted bandwidth level and speed, enabling the user to surf at the same velocity as those who have 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 do it fast--with Exede Broadband Mikado, MI from DSI.