Do you want to get Internet connection for your home, but you’re afraid there are no DSL or cable Internet providers in your area? Do you need a stable, fast and affordable connection whether you’re located in the mountains or even in a remote island? If that is the case, then you probably need to check out rural satellite Internet connection.
Through the years, technology in satellite Internet in rural areas has been improving drastically. As a result, people who are looking for the best Internet connectivity option may invest their finances and put their trust in various satellite Internet broadband services.
If you are in Australia, and your home is in a remote location, it is most likely that you qualify for our satellite Internet deals. To ensure you get the right service, here are some factors you have to look for when finding the right service provider:
- Affordability – The new nbn Sky Muster Satellite service is more affordable than ever. With plans starting from $35 per month you can get better speeds and data allowances than ever before.
- Speed – The new Sky Muster service offers speeds up to 25Mbps, depending on the Internet provider, location and time of the day. This is 6 times faster than that previously available
- Stability – In years past, one of the caveats of satellite Internet was that households and businesses often lost connections under certain circumstances such as bad weather. However, as Internet satellites improve, connections are becoming more stable as well.
- Customer services – If you are looking for a service provider, make sure they also offer excellent customer services. We pride ourselves on having an Aussie based support centre.
If you want to check out the best satellite Internet plans available at your location, you should definitely check out IPSTAR Broadband. For many years, we have provided internet to thousands of homes in rural areas. To learn more about IPSTAR, check out our great range of plans online or call 132 800 or email IPSTAR on firstname.lastname@example.org
IPSTAR Broadband, here to help.