Unlike terrestrial Internet services like cable, satellite Internet can connect areas previously unable to get a high-speed Internet connection. Though Internet service via satellite isn’t for everyone, satellite Internet providers play a crucial role in connecting people who live in American counties and other countries without access to cable infrastructure, but who still want a high-speed Internet connection for their homes and businesses.
People who love where they live
Satellite Internet can be installed anywhere with a clear view of the southern sky. This means that homeowners don’t have to worry about their ability to be connected to the Internet – even in remote areas. With a high-speed satellite Internet connection, kids can connect, research and learn online and families can get the connection they need to the rest of the world.
High-speed Internet has opened up a multitude of opportunities to improve everyday life, from telemedicine and telework, to easier communications with relatives and friends around the world (for more of the advantages that broadband offers communities, see our blog post). Homeowners can love where they live and still get all of the advantages the Internet has to offer.
The same goes for those with second homes in remote areas. Homes in the mountains, on the beach or in other remote places can stay connected and informed without terrestrial cable Internet infrastructure. Homeowners can track weather, post on social media, and more, even in remote areas.
Those beyond the cable company’s infrastructure
With cable service, homeowners must wait for the company to decide to invest in the infrastructure necessary for high-speed Internet service. With satellite Internet this is not the case. This makes satellite Internet ideal for people who live in counties and countries without as much investment in the local cable infrastructure. Satellite Internet is lowering the bar to a high-speed Internet connection.
Who gets the most out of satellite Internet? Communities and individuals who want to love where they live and not compromise on a high-speed Internet connection. Internet can help keep communities informed, educated, connected, and healthy.