Everything you need to know to get great internet where you live
What is Viasat Internet (formerly Exede)?
Viasat Internet (formerly Exede) is high-speed internet beamed directly to your home from our satellites in space. This means you can get a fast internet connection where you live – almost anywhere in the United States.
Where is Viasat Internet available?
- In all 50 states, covering 98 percent of the U.S. population
- In areas where other internet companies offer slower service – or no service at all
Who is Viasat Internet for?
- People who live on the edge of urban areas, where other internet options may be too slow
- People who have trouble getting fast internet because they live in rural or remote areas
- People who want internet and phone service bundled together in one affordable package
Who is Viasat Internet not for?
Viasat Internet is not a good option for “cord cutters” who want to get all their television and movie via online streaming. Because Viasat Internet has a data allowance, it is not a good solution for families who use very large amounts of data.
Why should I get Viasat Internet?
- It’s quick. Our 12 Mbps download speeds* are faster than typical DSL or 4G/LTE mobile service. In select areas, you can get up to 50 Mbps speeds
- It’s affordable. Your monthly internet service charge won’t go up for at least 2 years – guaranteed. Plus, there are never any automatic overage fees on our residential service.
- It’s simple. Installation typically takes just 2-3 hours. Once you’re connected, managing your account is easy with our online portal.
you do business,
we’ve got you covered.
Viasat Business Internet:
- Plans starting at $50/mo
- Nationwide broadband; up to 35 Mbps across most of the US
- Speeds up to 100 Mbps in select areas
- Unlimited data plans*
- Business-class support open 7 days a week
- Fast installations-up and running within days
Set up shop just about anywhere with fast internet that helps you connect all your critical business applications such as voice over IP (VoIP), point-of-sale transactions, cloud-based storage and collaboration, email, file transfers, IoT connectivity, and more.