Exede from DSI transports you into the new age of rural-based Internet service. 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 provides better quality HD movie streaming, picture downloads and web-browsing in general, as opposed to other providers. 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 the reasonable fee of $49.99, the patron can attain a bandwidth of 10GB each month; ideal for those new to the online universe. Those who use the Internet for only the most basic reasons, including reading up on recent news events, transmitting e-mails to loved ones and researching various topics, will absolutely adore this plan. For just $79.99 you can double your bandwidth to 15GB and experience a better, faster internet with more options than emails, research and surfing the web. 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 top price of $129.99 a month, this 25GB plan provides the ultimate Internet savings. 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. In addition, each plan also provides a strong customer service component; the same plan that accompanies ViaSat on a customary basis.
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 cap off at 250MB daily, restricting patrons from using their Internet and its multi-media content to the very fullest. Satellite broadband internet is no stranger to HughesNet and if they manage to get an updated satellite system in place, they may become contenders with Viasat.
Cable internet companies such as Time Warner and Comcast restrict their services to customers based on geographical locations. For people who reside in out of the way regions, this can pose a definite problem. Even though cable may not be available in all the areas that satellite is, it is still a popular choice amongst many households.
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. Despite the fact that these companies still need to run cable to your house, like traditional cable internet, fiber optic bandwidth is capable of being much greater than its electrical counterpart. 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.
Introduced in 2012, this new type of satellite was developed from the newest and best technology in the world. ViaSat's Exede promises you reliable connection with the speed and quality you can't get from DSL or dial-up providers. Unlike HughesNet, Exede utilizes the Ka band bandwidth which is used by satellites with high resolution, thus providing our customers with an uninterrupted connection throughout the day.This great mixture of online technology has now been perfected to supply the ideal Internet experience. Do it all--and do it fast--with Exede Broadband Saginaw, AR from DSI.