Exede internet is now Viasat
In 2017, Viasat retired the Exede name and expanded satellite internet to even more locations nationwide.
Higher speeds and new locations with more advanced satellites
Available for homes and businesses, including airlines and water travel
Unlimited plans and speeds as fast as 100 Mbps in some areas
Continued investment in technology to improve speed and quality
Viasat-Exede’s latest plans feature faster speeds, unlimited data, and home Wi-Fi.
|Plans||Download speed||Number of devices||Video resolution|
|Unlimited Basics||Up to 12 Mbps||1–2||360p|
|Unlimited Bronze 12||Up to 12 Mbps||1–2||360p|
|Unlimited Silver 25||Up to 25 Mbps||2–3||480p|
|Unlimited Gold 30||Up to 30 Mbps||3–4||720p|
|Unlimited Gold 50||Up to 50 Mbps||4–5||720p|
|Unlimited Platinum 100||Up to 100 Mbps||6+||1080p|
A brief history of Exede internet
The Exede internet name launched in 2012 to bring satellite internet to hard-to-reach areas not served by other internet service providers. Powered by Viasat’s network, Exede ran on the ViaSat-1 satellite, which at the time of its launch held the Guinness record for the world’s highest capacity communications satellite.
Beginning in December 2017, the Exede brand name was retired along with the WildBlue brand, bringing all three satellite internet services under the Viasat umbrella.
Formerly known as Exede, Viasat satellite internet runs on a more advanced network that includes the ViaSat-2 satellite and serves more than 600,000 American and international customers.
With unlimited data plans and faster download speeds, Viasat has pushed the boundaries of Exede to bring improved satellite internet service to families and businesses in rural areas.
What is Viasat?
Based in Carlsbad, California, Viasat is a global communications company offering satellite internet in the lower 48 United States and parts of Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean. Viasat’s advanced satellites target geographical areas more precisely than ever before, bringing high-speed internet access to even more rural areas underserved by internet service providers.
Are Viasat and Exede the same company?
Yes. Viasat offered service under the brand name Exede starting in 2012. When Viasat folded Exede as a brand name in 2017, it continued offering the same plans and service under its own name.