The launch of our ViaSat-2 satellite has allowed Viasat to expand services into all 31 states and the federal district within Mexico and will soon offer service in other Central American and Caribbean countries. Plus, our partnership with Telebras in Brazil is allowing us to connect many more people in that country. See stories here about our mission to connect the unconnected in Latin America.
Viasat helping nearly 3,000 public schools getting connected through the Brazilian e-government initiative, GESAC
New office in Mexico City reinforces Viasat’s commitment to this vibrant community, and to bringing fast, reliable satellite-enabled internet services to all of Mexico
Viasat, Expedition Communications Empower Businesses across Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands with High-Speed Satellite Internet
Viasat and Expedition Communications announced today a partnership to deliver high-speed satellite internet to businesses and government agencies across Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Maria, Viasat deployed satellite connectivity to help support recovery efforts across the island
Viasat's Community Wi-Fi service helps connect the unconnected and offers a teacher new learning tools
Viasat and Facebook propose to accelerate the rollout of Viasat’s Community Wi-Fi, with Facebook helping to identify unconnected and poorly connected communities in Mexico that would benefit from Viasat’s service.
Viasat Community Wi-Fi hotspots are expanding fast, linking people in previously unconnected remote Mexican villages with internet and telephone services
With microloans helping people out all over the developing world, online connectivity is a crucial piece of the puzzle.
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