Viasat Community Wi-Fi hotspots are expanding fast, linking people in previously unconnected remote Mexican villages with internet and telephone services
In many areas, Viasat satellite internet technology is reaching students who couldn't get online before. Even better service is on the way with ViaSat-3.
An urban version of the Viasat Community Wi-Fi service successfully launched throughout rural Mexico soon to be available in cities
All across Mexico, Viasat's Community Wi-Fi service is connecting people who've had limited or no access at all to the internet.
To get high-speed internet to millions of un- and underserved people in Latin America, satellite needs to be part of the mix.
Helping bring Wi-Fi to communities in Mexico is just the beginning for Viasat’s Kevin Cohen as the company expands globally.
Throughout Mexico, Viasat is working to connect people who've been on the wrong side of the digital divide. By sharing a connection and purchasing time online in small increments, the service is affordable in some of the poorest parts of the country.
Viasat has reached many remote villages in Mexico with a unique way of delivering internet via Community WiFi. The new ViaSat-2 satellite will expand Community WiFi and traditional residential internet service throughout Mexico beginning this month.