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 sharper HD movies, larger photos, etc., with greater ease, and send e-mail much faster. Nothing and no one can surpass Exede's high-quality optimized bandwidth and supreme internet speed for rural residents.
Multiple package options are available to suit your needs and budget. Starting at the reasonable rate of $49.99, the customer can get a 10GB bandwidth per month; perfect for those new to the online experience. Those who surf the Internet to do the basics--i.e., read the news, send e-mail and research important topics--will find much to like about 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. For those who practically live on the computer, the 15GB plan might be preferable; this is the plan that makes it possible to use graphic-centered sites like Facebook and YouTube. For a top price of $129.99 a month, this 25GB plan provides the ultimate Internet savings. The 25GB option is just perfect for houses that contain many computers that surf simultaneously, as well as for those who enjoy vibrant music, streaming films and other gigantic files. With all of our plans, you receive the same excellence in support that ViaSat has given to all of its customers for years.
Dish Network's satellite broadband associate, HughesNet, provides the same offers but with more restrictions. HughesNet's systems do not allow customers to use the internet to its full potential, primarily due to the fact that their bandwidth caps at 250MB per day. Despite these restrictions, HughesNet is still pushing as it researches new forms of satellite broadband internet.
Time Warner, Comcast, Cox and other cable companies provide online services that restrict customers to just one provider as well as certain geographic regions in which their Internet cables operate. For residents who live in rural areas, this can pose a problem. 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.
Verizon FiOS and Google Fiber employ a relatively recent technological implementation. Light pipes instead of traditional cable wiring. Fiber optic cable has the potential to provide enormous speeds to its users, limited only by the ISP. The downside to this is that both Fiber and FiOS are not readily available in much of the US. While it is growing, it will take years before fiber optic cable is run to the majority of the country.
Making its grand introduction in 2012, this novel variety of satellite was culled from the newest and most modern technology in the world. 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. 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. Everything you wanted to do but couldn't because of slow internet or constant interruptions can now be done with ViaSat's Exede ND from DSI.