Exede from Rich's TV and Radio Shack 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. Exede allows faster downloads for larger pictures and HD movie streaming without lags or browser reloads. Thanks to its high quality technology, Exede makes it possible for everyone in rural locations to obtain the services they pay for.
The smart consumer can choose from many package options to accommodate both their needs and their 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. 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. 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. This package is the most commonly used plan, for those who do heavy web surfing through sites such as Facebook, YouTube, Netflix, etc. 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. It is designed for users who surf the web for lengthy periods of time and manage many large files, as well as for families with members that access the web all at once from different computers. Exede's packages promise you the same quality service and support that ViaSat always gave its customers.
HughesNet, with is associated with Dish Network, has similar deals as Exede but their company provides more restrictions. This system reaches a top level of 250MB daily, disallowing customers from getting the most from the Internet and its media rich content. HughesNet is on its way to a breakthrough in the next few years with a new satellite system but, up until then, Exede may be a better choice.
With cable internet companies, such as Time Warner, Comcast and Cox, you are restricted to a specific provider and geographic locations where their high-speed internet cables run. Anyone living in remote areas cannot have cable internet because their providers and services simply can't reach that far. Many people still use this form of internet as it provides quick download and upload speeds.
New technology is emerging to bring its wired users exceptional internet speeds! Google Fiber and Verizon FiOS both use fiber optic cable which allows for quick web surfing and streaming. These very appropriate companies are embracing the technology as they continue to spread the availability to further reaches of the US. 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. Exede is the best of all possible options, as it provides a strong satellite connection in rural regions limited to 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.
This winning mix of advanced Internet technology has been combined and optimized to deliver an incredible Internet experience. Everything you wanted to do but couldn't because of slow internet or constant interruptions can now be done with ViaSat's Exede Greencastle , IN from Rich's TV and Radio Shack .