Viasat Residential Internet
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Viasat Internet serves hundreds of thousands of customers with speeds up to 100 Mbps. For our residential customers, we provide these articles to help you make the most of your service. If you do need help with your service, the best place to go is here.
Different smart home devices use varying amounts of data, so it's a good idea to learn which ones use the most.
Knowing the difference between internet and Wi-Fi can help you understand what’s behind a slow connection
August 1 is World Wide Web Day, marking the invention by Tim Berners-Lee of an internet-based communication system that changed the world.
Browsing privately will keep banking, email passwords and other personal logins from showing up on the history of public or multi-user computers, prevent co-workers from reading personal email you checked at work, or keep under wraps the African safari researched as a surprise anniversary gift.
A Mississippi family finds life a little easier with a satellite internet connection from Viasat.
Cord-cutting is a growing trend, and Viasat consumers should review their available satellite internet options to ensure their selection meets their projected streaming needs.
The mobile app for Viasat residential customers has been improved in several ways, with more capabilities to track data, manage the home network and perform troubleshooting.
The inherent higher latency in satellite connections can make some fast-action online games not perform well, while turn-based games should work fine.
Mobile apps can be big data consumers. Here are some tips to reduce your usage.
Service from our new ViaSat-2 satellite has been rolling out over the last few months, and now the satellite's expanded geographic coverage is mostly in place.