Exede from DSI represents the next generation of rural internet. 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 larger pictures, stream HD movies, send emails with efficiency. The combined high-tech wares and the optimized bandwidth has convinced more and more rural residents to switch to Exede's services.
The smart customer can choose from many package options to suit their individual needs as well as their pocketbooks. Starting at just $49.99, you can enjoy a monthly bandwidth of 10GB, great for those who are new to connecting to the net. This internet value is most beneficial for customers that plan to use the net for e-mail, research and keeping up with 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. This package is intended for users who plan to visit content-rich sites such as YouTube, Netflix, Facebook, etc. 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. The 25GB plan is best for those with families with multiple computers surfing at the same time, or for those of you who enjoy streaming movies, music and other large files. 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. 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. While it is catching up to Exede, HughesNet still has a ways to go before it becomes a competitive force.
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. For residents who live in rural areas, this can pose a problem. Companies such as Time Warner, Cox and Comcast still offer a decent quality cable network.
Fiber optic cable, a light based cable, is the basis for Google's Fiber and Verizon's FiOS. Fiber optic cable has the potential to provide enormous speeds to its users, limited only by the ISP. 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 novel satellite was created from the most innovative technology on today's market--and now you can enjoy it as well. 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. Through the use of the Ka band (a definite enhancement over the Ku band utilized by Hughesnet and other providers), ViaSat 1 supplies an extensive bandwidth that enables the user to surf at the same speed as those who have cable.This winning mix of advanced Internet technology has been combined and optimized to deliver an incredible Internet experience. Do it all--and quickly--with a little aid courtesy of Exede Broadband Randall, AR from DSI.