Community Wi-Fi is an innovative service from Viasat that offers affordable connectivity in rural parts of Mexico. We’re expanding to other countries soon, and you can learn about that here.
Service will start out free; adds to thousands of other installations in the country
With some contract issues now settled, Viasat and Telebras are busy connecting the unconnected
TCU Ruling Gives Viasat and Telebras the Ability to Rapidly Provide Internet Service Across all of Brazil
Addition of Community Wi-Fi hotspots will include installations at schools, libraries, healthcare centers and other institutional spots where the service will bring the most benefit.
A Viasat engineer tapped into the talents of several Viasat offices to coordinate the complimentary service and showcase new satellite’s capabilities
Viasat's Community Wi-Fi service helps connect the unconnected and offers a teacher new learning tools
At the Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Viasat's Kevin Cohen talks to Light Reading about how the company's Community Wi-Fi service enables connectivity in places otherwise unserved by internet providers.
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
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.