Exede from DSI is the next generation satellite broadband. 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. Download larger pictures, stream HD movies, send emails with efficiency. 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.
Multiple package options are available to suit your needs and budget. Starting at the reasonable rate of $49.99, the customer can get a 10GB bandwidth per month; perfect for those new to the online experience. This offer is great for light internet usage such as research, emails and the daily news. For an additional $30, you can double that capacity to 15GB in order to watch more movies, send more pictures, and enrich your multimedia internet experience. 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. Topping off at $129.99 per month, the 25GB plan offers you the biggest and the best of what we have to deliver. The 25GB option is just perfect for houses that contain many computers that surf simultaneously, as well as for those who enjoy vibrant music, streaming films and other gigantic files. Additionally, a great customer service option comes with each and every plan; this is the same level of customer service that ViaSat has always given its customers.
HughesNet, a satellite broadband option hosted by Dish Network, offers similar plans with more guidelines 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. 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, Cox, Comcast and other cable companies offer online services that restrict patrons to a single provider as well as certain geographic areas in which their Internet cables run. For residents who live in rural areas, this can pose a problem. Cable internet from these companies may be fading fast as satellite internet catches up in the speed and bandwidth game.
Verizon FiOS and Google Fiber employ a relatively recent technological implementation. Light pipes instead of traditional cable wiring. Fiber optic cable has the potential to provide enormous speeds to its users, limited only by the ISP. 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.
Introduced in 2012, this new type of satellite was developed from the newest and best technology in the world. 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. By making use of the Ka band (a definite trade up from the Ku band that providers such as Hughesnet tend to work with), ViaSat 1 supplies an extended level of bandwidth and speed so you can surf at the same level 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. You can do it all-and more quickly-with Exede Broadband Whitefield, NH from DSI.