Exede from DSI is the most technologically modern and trusted 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. Download sharper HD movies, larger photos, etc., with greater ease, and send e-mail much faster. Thanks to its high quality technology, Exede makes it possible for everyone in rural locations to obtain the services they pay for.
Our package options range based on what you need and what you can afford. 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 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. The final plan we offer provides you with 25GB with the highest, best and fastest quality that satellite internet can provide you for just $129.99 per month. The 25GB plan is ideal for homes in which a number of people surf the Internet at the same time, and for those that enjoy music, streaming movies and other larger files. Our premium packages and plans provide you with guaranteed quality streaming and service you can trust.
HughesNet, a satellite broadband choice hosted by Dish Network, hosts similar plans that come complete with a coterie of rules and regulations. 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. HughesNet is in the process of developing new wireless satellite systems that will, one day, place them in competition with other wireless internet providers.
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. Anyone living in remote areas cannot have cable internet because their providers and services simply can't reach that far. 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. 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.
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. By way of the Ka band (a decided improvement over Hughesnet's Ku band), ViaSat 1 hosts an extensive bandwidth that allows the user to surf the net at the same speed as those who have cable.This stellar mix of incredible online technology has been developed and perfected to provide the ultimate Internet experience. Do it all--and do it fast--with Exede Broadband Star City, AR from DSI.