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Best Satellite Internet Comparison Guide Examines Exede Satellite vs. HughesNet

NEW BRUNSWICK, NJ / ACCESSWIRE / April 25, 2017 / As the demand for faster Internet grows, both globally and in many parts of the U.S., there are now more ways to get connected than ever before. Satellite Internet is a rapidly growing technology and is becoming an increasingly popular choice for meeting customer's needs worldwide. Two of the biggest and best providers of high-speed satellite internet are Exede and HughesNet. And, SatelliteWerx.com has published a handy updated consumer comparison guide examining these two top-rated services which can be seen here https://satellitewerx.com/.

Exede Satellite Internet was started in 2012 and currently uses the ViaSat-1 satellite to provide users with high-speed Internet access. The company plans on launching a satellite called ViaSat-2 in 2017 in order to expand coverage, enhance performance and overall capacity for its new and future customers.

HughesNet Satellite Internet started out as Hughes communication in 1996 before changing its name in 2006. It has been an industry leader in developing satellite technologies and has partnerships with companies such as the satellite TV company DirecTV and other communications companies.

When it comes to speed, Exede is the clear winner between the two as of this date but that could change going forward. Exede is currently the fastest satellite internet provider on the market. Of course this extra speed comes at a cost, as Exede is pricier than many of its competitors, including HughesNet. The Exede plan availability can vary widely between regions so consumers must be sure to check to see what Exede offers in their particular area.

In terms of price HughesNet is less expensive and is a great choice for those on a budget. While HughesNet does not offer the same level of speeds as Exede, it still offers fast service and upcoming technological developments could positively impact HughesNet and change the equation completely. A recent FCC report ranked HughesNet at the top in terms of matching its advertised speed and consistency of internet service. HughesNet is the largest satellite internet provider and is available nationwide in all 50 states.

Among the positives attracting consumers to Exede Satellite are fast download speeds, unlimited nighttime data options, 24/7 customer support and the availability of unlimited bonus data support. On the negative side they are more expensive than HughesNet and their plans can vary based on the customers location. Some of the positive selling points in favor of HughesNet include lower cost, more diverse plans to choose from, 24/7 customer support and a greater coverage area. On the negative side, at the present time HughesNet has generally slower speeds and does not currently offer unlimited data options.

The offerings from each of these top companies will likely continue change over time as a result of new technological advances and competition. Both of the companies are industry leaders with significant technological developments upcoming for both companies, and both companies provide an excellent product. From the consumer standpoint, the decision regarding which is the better service often mostly depends on the individual needs of the consumer.

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SOURCE: Charles Sanderson Public Releations