Don’t let landlocked Internet providers widen the gap between you and high-speed Internet. Many providers still underserve certain rural and remote locations.
DSL, cable, and fiber-optic Internet providers offer high-speed Internet only to those whose homes fall within the existing network. To these providers, it can be costly and inefficient to add homes farther away from the source of the signal.
For a long time, these customers were told dial-up was their only option.
Satellite Internet came to change the conversation. High-speed satellite Internet offers speeds comparable to DSL, without the availability restrictions. Take a look out your window. All you need for satellite Internet is an unobstructed view of the southern sky.
That’s a little out of this world
And we don’t just mean that figuratively. Brand new advanced satellites transmit Internet signal to users on Earth. They follow a geosynchronous orbit about 22,000 miles above the equator.
Distance is no match for this new generation of satellites that have “increased the bandwidth and decreased the cost” of satellite Internet for customers in rural or remote regions.
Don’t stick with dial-up, and don’t buy into the scam that high-speed Internet isn’t for you where you live. Satellite Internet is your solution to rural high-speed Internet.
With new satellite Internet technology, enjoy speeds as high as 15 Mbps, faster than the average DSL speed.
Know the saying, “What you see is what you get?”
With high-speed satellite Internet, you could even enjoy faster-than-advertised speeds. “On average, during peak periods…satellite Internet delivered 137 percent of advertised speeds,” says one expert. DSL only performed at 85% of advertised speeds during peak usage periods.
That’s right. Satellite Internet speeds regularly outperform DSL. That’s because the connection is unique to your household. Don’t share speeds with other homes. You’ll get superior high-speed satellite Internet, even during peak hours of Internet use.
Satellite Internet has got your need for speed covered, but that’s not the only improvement you’ll see. While latency cannot be rid of completely, new technology will help reduce latency, or lag as some call it.
Older satellite technology could have latency issues that exceeded a 1,000ms delay. New high-speed satellite Internet technology has greatly decreased latency, mostly through advancements in the equipment used in a user’s home and new “error correction technology.”
They really did think of everything.