Exede from DSI represents the next generation of rural internet. It is ViaSat's latest satellite internet provider, with rising demands from rural customers and expectations that exceed those of other competitors. Download more sizable photos, stream HD films, send e-mail messages more efficiently. Thanks to its high quality technology, Exede makes it possible for everyone in rural locations to obtain the services they pay for.
Our multiple package options give you more choices to pick from so as to accommodate your needs. Starting at the very reasonable price of $49.99, the customer can get a bandwidth of 10GB monthly; perfect for those new explorers of the online universe. This light internet package is great if you're planning to use the web for research, the news and e-mails. And for an additional $30 charge, you can get twice that capacity at 15GB, permitting the user to view more movies, send along more photos, and enhance your media-rich Internet experience. This package is intended for users who plan to visit content-rich sites such as YouTube, Netflix, Facebook, etc. For a maximum charge of $129.99 monthly, the 25GB plan delivers the biggest and best of our Internet offerings. This plan is designed for families who use the net all at once from multiple computers, or for those deeply immersed web surfers that deal with massive files. Our plans guarantee the same excellence and support that ViaSat has always given its customers.
Dish Network's satellite broadband associate, HughesNet, provides the same offers but with more 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. With plans for expansion in the future, HughesNet is slowly catching up to the competition.
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 rural residents, this can pose a difficulty. With many plan options, Comcast, Time Warner and Cox have been popular in many urban areas where their service is more available.
Verizon FiOS has been around for a while - offering a fiber optic based internet connection. Google Fiber is a more recent addition to the fiber optic clan. Fiber optic bandwidth has the potential to be much higher that regular cable internet. However, like the traditional cable that you probably already have hooked up to your house, fiber optic cable has to be run to every single establishment, which could take years for Verizon and Google to complete.
Introduced in 2012, this new type of satellite was developed from the newest and best technology in the world. With ViaSat's Exede, you get the best of both worlds: fast, solid internet and satellite reliability regardless of your location. 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 stellar mix of incredible online technology has been developed and perfected to provide the ultimate Internet experience. Do it all--and much faster--with a little help from Exede Broadband Stark, NH from DSI.