Satellite Internet Providers In My Area | Internet Providers

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BEST SATELLITE INTERNET PROVIDERS

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BEST PROVIDERS HughesNet® and Viasat® are the two main providers of high speed satellite internet in the country.  The former is considered an exceedingly better option by many businesses owing to the fact that it trumps the competition in terms of speed reliability and cost and manages to provide the best overall internet experience to subscribers.  Viasat® recently launched a second satellite apparently capable of delivering speeds up to 100 Mbps which means the company may come out with next-generation plans that place it at the top.

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SPEED AFFORDABILITY AND DATA CUSTOMER SERVICE FACTORS TO BE CONSIDERED

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Compare a HughesNet® business internet plan with one from Viasat® and the first difference you will notice is the one in download speeds.  While the former delivers up to 25 Mbps on each of its plans Viasat® stops short at a relatively mediocre 15 Mbps.  For a business this 10 Mbps difference is what separates easy and productive work from a stall in the same.  Based on location Viasat’s speeds can drop even further. SPEED

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HughesNet® gives you the best value for your buck starting off with a base plan at 69.99 per month which brings 25 Mbps maximum download speeds with data usage capped at a lofty 35 GB.  Viasat’s cheapest plan on the other hand costs 99.99 a month and brings a meager 15 Mbps download speed capping data usage at 20 GB.  Simply put it is not only more expensive but also slower as well as allowing you to use less data.  The last bit can be worked around with an additional fee and here too HughesNet® outdoes its main competition.  While Viasat® charges 10 for each extra GB HughesNet® makes it more affordable at 3. AFFORDABILITY AND DATA

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This is an important thing to watch about any service you consider signing up with.  In the case of high speed satellite internet the Better Business Bureau BBB scores both HughesNet® and Viasat® at A+ and while this score does not completely guarantee you will get stellar service each time you c a l l customer support it does show that both companies take customers and their complaints seriously.  On the flipside BBB also reported that both companies got 99 “negative reviews”.  This is par for the course considering that all internet providers tend to have drastically low ratings. CUSTOMER SERVICE

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OTHER CONNECTION OPTIONS FOR RURAL BUSINESSES

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High speed satellite internet is often the best choice for a business located in a rural area although it is not always the only option. Based on what you can access locally the following internet connection options may also be on the table.

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FIXED WIRELESS There is an internet delivery option where the ISP connects a business online using land-based radio towers in what is called fixed wireless internet.   ATT® is one prominent Telco that provide this type of service.

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MOBILE/CELLULAR Another way to access the internet in a rural area is through mobile hotspots set up by a cell phone company.  The downside to this is the steep cost it brings prompting many phone users to switch off their mobile data usage unless they have real need of it.

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T1 an older technology which brings internet service via copper wire cables  T1 is different from DSL in that it stays dedicated to a single location.  This raises its reliability but also ends up making it tremendously expensive.  That and the fact that it can only deliver speeds of about 1.5 Mbps at most make it a less preferred option than high speed satellite internet.

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