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High-speed Internet now available in Ontario & Surrounding Areas
Dean’s Satellite now offers Exede℠ Satellite Internet Service With Up To 12 Mbps Download Speed

Dean’s Satellite announced that it is now providing Exede high speed Internet service to the Ontario & Surrounding Areas.

Exede Internet offers speeds up to 12 Mbps (megabits per second) downstream and up to 3 Mbps upstream beginning at $49.99 per month. ViaSat, the provider of well-known WildBlue Internet service, recently launched this new Internet service, which brings together the highest capacity satellite in the world, state-of-the-art ground equipment and breakthrough web acceleration technology, all optimized to deliver high-speed, high-quality streaming to consumers.

Since the launch in January, tens of thousands of customers nationwide have already signed up for the new, faster Exede service. The response from customers has been overwhelmingly positive.

“I had no idea that satellite internet service could deliver this kind of speed,” said Paul Rehm, a regional sales consultant based in Iowa, who was among the first customers to receive the service in the country. “Make no mistake, Exede is screaming Internet.”

According to another early subscriber who lives outside a major urban area, “Exede Internet is better than the DSL service I had,” said entrepreneur Ray Rodriguez.  “It’s about four times as fast.”

“Everyone who has seen a demonstration of the new Exede service at our office has been impressed – it’s that fast,” said [dealer name].

For more information and to order the service, please contact Dean’s Satellite Service at 2350 Commercial Dr, Sparta and 608-269-2897.

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