• ViaSat Satellite Internet in Sulphur Springs TX

  • ViaSat Satellite Internet 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 – anywhere Sulphur Springs

    • 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
    • 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

    ViaSat is not a good option for “cord cutters” who want to get all their television and movie via online streaming. Because ViaSat has a data allowance, it is not a good solution for families who use very large amounts of data.

    • 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 25 Mbps speeds – the fastest home satellite internet service ever!
      *available in many during off-peak hours
    • It’s affordable. Your monthly internet service charge won’t go up for at least 3 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.
    • We setup and install ViaSat internet in the areas around Sulphur Springs TX. 



    1. Let’s say you’re on your laptop or mobile device and you click on your favorite website. Your request goes to your Exede modem, then through a short cable to the dish outside your home.
    2. Your dish beams your request up to our satellite.
    3. Our satellite sends your request down to a gateway station connected to our ground network.
    4. The station relays your request to your favorite website.
    5. The website delivers the information your requested back to the station, which sends it up to our satellite to be beamed directly to you.