Exede from DSI symbolizes the up and coming era of rural Internet services. Thanks to groundbreaking technology courtesy of ViaSat, the corporation who introduces WildBlue, Exede beats 'em all, easily surpassing all expectations you have of a satellite-based online supplier. Download bigger pictures, play HD quality motion pictures, send e-mail with greater ease. The ideal mixture of optimum bandwidth and wireless technology has made it possible even for those who reside in remote rural areas to enjoy the Internet.
The wise consumer can select from a variety of package options to suit both their needs and their personal budgets. Beginning at a low cost of $49.99, you can access a bandwidth of 10GB per month; ideal for those making new connections with the online world. Those who go online to perform basic tasks such as catching up on the latest news, sending e-mails to friends and family and conducting Internet research will find much to like about this plan. 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. For those who spend a great deal more time on the computer, the 15GB plan is ideally suited; this is the plan that will facilitate the use of graphics heavy sites like YouTube and Facebook. 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. In addition, each and every plan comes complete with the same great customer service that accompanies ViaSat plans on a regular basis.
HughesNet, a satellite broadband choice hosted by Dish Network, hosts similar plans that come complete with a coterie of rules and regulations. Their cap is at 250MB per day so customers are not allowed the full advantages that Exede clients are when browsing the net. With plans for expansion in the future, HughesNet is slowly catching up to the competition.
Cable internet companies such as Time Warner and Comcast restrict their services to customers based on geographical locations. 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.
Google Fiber and Verizon FiOS have begun to employ new technology to provide its users a quick and efficient internet package. These very appropriate companies are embracing the technology as they continue to spread the availability to further reaches of the US. As with every new technology, it takes time for it to spread. Fiber optic internet is only available in select areas from both Google and Verizon.
This new technology is now available to anyone, anywhere, since its launch in early 2012. Exede provides the best of all possible worlds, offering a solid internet connection with sturdy satellites in country areas otherwise limited to the application of dial up and DSL 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.Advanced technology, clearer connection and the use of satellites--they are all combined to give you the internet you deserve. Do it all--and quickly--with a little aid courtesy of Exede Broadband Waterford, NY from DSI.