Satellite Internet Service.us.com Now Offers Oklahoma High Speed Satellite Internet And Unlimited Phone Service To All Counties and Homes In OK
Satellite Internet Service delivers high speed Broadband and unlimited phone service available with speeds up to 15Mbps to people in need of technology throughout all Oklahoma.
Oklahoma City, OK (PRWEB) September 12, 2013
Satellite Internet is a fairly new concept for many living in the US. Satellite Internet Services.us.com (http://www.satelliteinternetservice.us.com)
is a leading OK satellite Internet provider in the industry and delivers speeds up to 15Mb per second along with unlimited phone service to all counties in Oklahoma. The company is well known in several rural areas of the US and they offer broadband and telephone services at the most hard to reach places with a tariff of 25% to 35% less than the normal provider’s rate. Satellite internet connection is much faster than the normal DSL connection and there is no need to rely upon the telephone cables for browsing.
Benefits of Oklahoma High Speed Satellite Internet:
- Download Speeds up to 15 Mbps
- Upload Speeds up to 2 Mbps
- Faster Than DSL and Most Cable Providers
- Available Almost Anywhere Where Cable and DSL Are Not
- Unlimited Phone Calls throughout US and Canada
- Does Not Need a Phone Landline
- Low Monthly Rate
And much more…
This revolutionary technology is transforming the way rural people on Oklahoma access the internet and do business in the US by using the Gen4 satellite to provide high speed satellite Internet to over 50 states. Customers can get up to 15 Mbps download speed and absolutely affordable local and international calling. Now any person from the most remote part of the country can easily browse the shopping sites, do online banking transactions and make VOIP calls at low cost.
A satellite dish establishes the connection with the Gen4 satellite directly, bypassing all dependence on copper and fiber optic cables. The signal from the satellite dish on the roof will reach the Gen4 satellite which in turn transmits the request for a particular website or a download to the Hughes Network Operations Centre. The Hughes NOC retrieves the required website address from the World Wide Web and transmits it back to the satellite which delivers it to the house computer through a special modem setup. All this takes a fraction of a second to occur. Oftentimes latency is reported as a major problem while playing some real time games using satellite internet, but engineers put in a lot of effort to reduce this latency level, making internet usage super-fast and extremely affordable in almost all areas of the country.
As the demand for the satellite Internet providers in Oklahoma increases by the day, the competition in the industry promotes lower prices month after month making it an affordable solution to those in need of high speed internet. New technologies which provide increased speed at affordable cost are being discovered every day. Satellite internet is a recent advancement in the field which is taking market share from local ISPs due to the high bandwidth speeds and unlimited calling packages offered.
Oklahoma Satellite Internet service is now available in the following OK counties:
Adair County, Alfalfa County, Atoka County, Beaver County, Beckham County, Blaine County, Bryan County, Caddo County, Canadian County, Carter County, Cherokee County, Choctaw County, Cimarron County, Cleveland County, Coal County, Comanche County, Cotton County, Craig County, Creek County, Custer County, Delaware County, Dewey County, Ellis County, Garfield County, Garvin County, Grady County, Grant County, Greer County, Harmon County, Harper County, Haskell County, Hughes County, Jackson County, Jefferson County, Johnston County, Kay County, Kingfisher County, Kiowa County, Latimer County, LeFlore County, Lincoln County, Logan County, Love County, Major County, Marshall County, Mayes County, McClain County, McCurtain County, McIntosh County, Murray County, Muskogee County, Noble County, Nowata County, Okfuskee County, Oklahoma County, Okmulgee County, Osage County, Ottawa County, Pawnee County, Payne County, Pittsburg County, Pontotoc County, Pottawatomie County, Pushmataha County, Roger Mills County, Rogers County, Seminole County, Sequoyah County, Stephens County, Texas County, Tillman County, Tulsa County, Wagoner County, Washington County, Washita County, Woods County and Woodward County.
For more information on the coverage area for Satellite Internet, please visit: http://www.satelliteservice.us/oklahoma
Satellite Internet Service offers completely free installation and a plethora of plans to select from. 10GB to 40GB per month plans allow customers in Oklahoma to download over 2500 songs from iTunes and enjoy around 15 hours of Netflix movies every month. In addition customers can send around 3000 high quality photos via the Internet. Their customer service team is available 24/7 to fix any problem the customers face in using Internet or making calls.
For more information on satellite Internet and phone service providers, please call toll free and speak with a representative today at 1-877-247-5156 or by visiting: http://www.satellitespeed.net
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