All across Mexico, Viasat's Community Wi-Fi service is connecting people who've had limited or no access at all to the internet.
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.
Connected devices that can do a variety of things to make life easier are gaining in popularity. Here's how Viasat helps make it all possible with service almost anywhere and a strong wireless router.
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.
For Department of Defense, unleashing commercial innovation is the quickest, best way to harness new technologies
Speaking at a recent conference, Viasat's Ken Peterman made the case for enhancing the military's satellite communications capabilities faster and more economically with private-sector technologies.
Viasat’s continually evolving network supports best-in-class satellite communications system technology, linking critical government users with unprecedented performance, security, and value.
Rural South Carolina residents Rose and Earl Smith are enjoying the data freedom they've gotten with their Viasat Internet unlimited plan.
If your Viasat service is coming from our new ViaSat-2 satellite, you'll need a technician to visit to get new equipment at your home.
Viasat Internet's super-fast new speed options make it an attractive choice for areas not well served by other internet providers