Satellite Internet in Palo Alto, CA
Rural residents have limited options when it comes to Internet, but that doesn’t mean that you should have to pick a last resort Internet solution. Satellite Internet is a lifesaver for people who live in sparsely-populated areas because it is faster than dial up, and more widely available than DSL.
The great thing about satellite Internet is that there are few question marks.
Wondering about availability? HughesNet is available to anyone in Palo Alto in the contiguous United States who has a clear view of the southern sky.
Wondering about affordability? HughesNet has different services and packages that fit every Palo Alto family’s needs.
Wondering about accessibility? HughesNet doesn’t use your phone line like dial up providers and DSL providers do, so you have an always-on Internet connection.
Dial up providers are a cheap way to get Internet service, but you’ll pay for it in the long run with slow dial up speeds and a spotty connection.
Satellite vs Dial up speeds
Take a look at how dial up speeds compare to satellite Internet speeds with HughesNet service in Palo Alto:
- Downloading a .5mb image: With a dial up connection, downloading a .5mb imagine could take over a minute. HughesNet can download the same image in 2 seconds.
- Downloading a 1mb video clip: With a dial up connection, downloading a 1mb video clip could take a well over two minutes. HughesNet can download the same video clip in 4 seconds.
- Downloading a 4mb MP3 audio file: With a dial up connection, this download could take almost ten minutes. HughesNet can download the same audio file in 16 seconds.
- Downloading a 25mb software upgrade: With a dial up connection, this download could take more than an hour. HughesNet can download the same software upgrade in under two minutes.
DSL providers aren’t available everywhere, and your Internet speeds are affected by your distance from the provider’s local office. That means that if you have the misfortune of living further away from the Palo Alto local office, you have the misfortune of having slow Internet speeds.
Find your hometown from the list below to learn more about your HughesNet packages in your area!
|Atherton||Belmont||Blossom Valley||East Palo Alto|
|Emerald Hills||Foster City||Los Altos||Los Altos Hills|
|Menlo Park||Mt View||Newark||Palomar Park|
|Portola Valley||Princeton by the Sea||Redwood City||San Carlos|
|Stanford||Sunnyvale||West Menlo Park||Woodside|
Palo Alto Hughes Net is easy to set up and use
One of the biggest deterrents of investing in new technology is the frustrating installation process. With HughesNet in Palo Alto, installation is less of a process and more of a well-executed plan.
Instead of having to climb up on your roof and trying to properly install a satellite, HughesNet sends out a Palo Alto professional that can install your equipment usually within a few days of your order.
Your local installer will mount your satellite dish in the appropriate location, usually at least 5 feet from the ground. Then, your installer will put a coaxial cable jack in the room your HughesNet system will be in, and route two exterior cables from your satellite dish to that coaxial cable jack.
Hughesnet will also provide you with all the hardware required to correctly ground your new system.
All that’s left is for your Palo Alto professional to verify that your satellite signal is working properly – then you will on your way to get the finest satellite Internet service available!
Want to become a part of the HughesNet family?
If you want to learn more about HughesNet packages and your options in Palo Alto, all you need is a phone. By calling one of our satellite Internet experts, you can speak to a trained and friendly professional who can answer all your questions.
Why wait until tomorrow? Today is a great day to switch to personal and professional satellite Internet service.