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logo-small Hughesnet Satellite Internet

a faster alternative to dial-up that you can get nearly anywhere in the U.S. even where typical high-speed Internet providers won't reach.

  • Max download speeds from up to 1 Mbps to 2 Mbps
  • Max upload speeds from up to 200 Kbps to 300 Kbps
  • 5 to 10 email accounts
Hughesnet satellite Internet as low as $39.99 /mo. for 3 months after mail-in rebate Learn more »
logo-small Wildblue Satellite Internet

A faster than dial up and available almost anywhere traditional broadband services don't reach, which allows you to do things like talk on the phone while online, stream media, and more.

  • Max download speeds from up to 512 Kbps to 1.5 Mbps
  • Max upload speeds from up to 128 Kbps to 256 Kbps
  • 5 to 10 email accounts
WildBlue Satellite Internet as low as $49.95 /mo. lease fees and taxes also apply Learn more »

Information Base

Welcome to the information base for satellite Internet service, satellite Internet providers, and satellite Internet access. This section is dedicated to providing more in depth information about satellite Internet with helpful tips, articles, and advice.

  • Satellite Internet Service – Broadband, or high-speed Internet comes in many different forms including satellite Internet service. As mentioned satellite Internet is high-speed Internet, and though it’s not as fast as DSL, fiber, or cable, it does have bennefits you can’t get with a slower dial up connection, like talking on the phone while you’re online. Since it’s broadband your phone calls won’t be interrupted. You can also download music, and videos much faster than with dialup.
  • Satellite Internet Providers – The two largest providers in the U.S. of satellite Internet are Hughesnet, and Wildblue, much the same way there are only two major providers of satellite TV. Dish Network, and DirecTV. Both of the satellite TV providers use the Satellite Internet providers as part of a third party agreement to offer satellite Internet service where DSL is not available.
  • Satellite Internet Access – Since satellite Internet is not subject to physical phone, or cable lines, satellite Internet access is available nearly everywhere in the U.S. This is great news for dial up subscribers that have no other options for high-speed Internet, since satellite Internet gives them access to real broadband service.