Many people who live in rural areas think that they have to tolerate slow Internet connections because they do not have access to broadband speeds through cable Internet providers. Wild Blue satellite Internet service, however, provides a high-speed alternative to dial-up for those who live in just about any area of the United States.
The Internet makes it easy for businesses and individuals to download large files. Downloading audio, hi-def video, and computer software efficiently, though, requires a large bandwidth that dial-up service cannot offer. Wild Blue’s satellite Internet service provides customers with lightning-fast speeds that make it convenient for them to download large files and view content-rich Web sites without tolerating slow connections.
Wild Blue is a satellite Internet service provider. The company uses two satellites that are connected to 11 different gateways located throughout the United States and Canada. Wild Blue satellite customers own mini-dishes and modems that make it possible for them to communicate with the satellites, which connect them to the Internet via gateways.
This approach to Internet service allows individuals and businesses to access the Web even when they are located in sparsely populated areas that do not have cable infrastructures for traditional broadband service.
Wild Blue satellite Internet service offers prices that are comparable to other Internet service providers. Instead of investing company money into the development of an expensive cable infrastructure, Wild Blue devoted its resources to creating a network of gateways and satellites. This provides high-quality service at prices that are about the same as most ISP that use cable networks.
You can purchase the Wild Blue satellite mini-dish and modem for the low price of $99.95 plus S&H. The Wild Blue satellite service packages start at just $49.95 per month.
Wild Blue created its satellite Internet service to operate with most personal computer and Mac systems. If you have purchased your computer within the past several years, then chances are that your system is compatible with Wild Blue’s satellite Internet service. All you need is 100 MB of free space on your hard drive; 128 MB of free RAM; a processor with a speed of 200 MHz or higher; an Ethernet port; and a recent operating system such as Windows 2000, XP, Vista, or OS X. Most people with modern computers find that they do not need to purchase hardware updates to use Wild Blue’s satellite Internet service.
Wild Blue not only offers prices and speeds that can compete with cable Internet providers, it also offers the same key ISP features that you would expect from a reliable Internet service provider. Your account gives you access to email and personal Web space that you can use to build your own Web page. You also get a full year of free anti-virus software from F-secure to keep your computer safe from any malware that you might encounter.
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