Viasat's groundbreaking Community Wi-Fi service expanding soon to Honduras, Haiti, with plans to go global under ViaSat-3
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.
With a donation of medical supplies and internet service, Viasat and some of its retailers chipped in to help a small town in Mexico.
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.