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Rural homeowners can enjoy satellite Internet service from the nation's top provider, HughesNet, for a low price. For more information pricing, head over to their plans & pricing page or call one of their experts.
What is satellite Internet service?
Satellite Internet service is very different from other services like dial-up and DSL. The biggest difference is that it doesn't require a hard line (i.e., a cable or phone line). Therefore, unlike dial-up and cable, you can't lose your Internet connection if a line is accidentally cut.
One of the biggest annoyances of having dial-up is always losing your connection when someone tries to use the phone. This will never happen with satellite Internet.
The other main difference between satellite Internet service, DSL, and dial-up is that satellite uses a dish to transmit your signal. All you need is a clear view of the southern sky from your home in Hawaii%. Your technician will take care of the dish's installation and setup. The benefit of having a satellite dish is the always-on connection it gives you.
Satellite Internet service providers typically offer monthly plans. HughesNet happens to offer plans at the best rates – one of the many reasons they are #1 in America's satellite Internet service providers.
So how does the actual process work? When you're using the Internet, your satellite is in communication with their satellite in orbit. This satellite then relays the signal back to Earth at their main office. While your signal travels a long distance, satellite Internet from HughesNet is remarkably fast. In fact, satellite Internet is much faster than dial-up.
Many rural customers think dial-up is their only option. Because of great satellite Internet service providers like HughesNet, however, you don't have to settle for speeds that slow.
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