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Past ease of use, Internet in the forest, Past ease of use, Delivery time
Customer service, Way they handled my situation, Way they handled issue, Resent changes to service, Slow speeds
WildBlue is a wholly-owned subsidiary of ViaSat, Inc. The company delivers affordable two-way broadband Internet access via satellite to virtually any home and small business in small cities and rural America. WildBlue uses a 26-inch satellite minidish equipped with both a transmitter and receiver for two-way satellite connectivity to the Internet. WildBlue service does not require cable or phone lines. WildBlue Internet service for consumers includes typical Internet Service Provider features (email, web space, etc.). The company launched its service aboard the U.S. capacity of Telesat's Anik F2 satellite introduced in July 2004. WildBlue offers packages that provide different speed levels. The company has 11 gateways located throughout the U.S. and Canada.
Wildblue is ranked 284 out of 1859 in Telecommunications category