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.
The service now reaches more than 93% of the country’s population, including Santa Catarina, Goiás, Mato Grosso, Mato Grosso do Sul and Pará.
Brazil commercial director bringing Viasat’s connectivity mission home
Simple, premium service aimed at bringing high-quality internet across the country
Brian Crouthers finds career home at Viasat
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How Viasat is bringing connectivity to millions in rural Mexico
Helton Moreira is part of Viasat’s growing office in Brasilia
Service aimed at delivering high-speed, high-quality home internet access
Company’s mission to extend internet service options to underserved rural Brazil draws employees
Viasat, Ubix to connect more Mexican schools and clinics, contributing to the ‘Internet para Todos’ program
The initiative will benefit schools, clinics and government sites by delivering reliable high-speed internet to areas where connectivity options were previously limited or nonexistent.