Syracuse, New York HughesNet Satellite Internet Offers
Located in Central New York, Syracuse is a city with a population around 150,000 residents; it is the county seat of Onondaga County and is a thriving, growing community. As a modern city, many of the residents have high speed internet access through technologies such as cable, wireless, and DSL. However, the entire city is not so served, especially in the older, residential neighborhoods. Thus, many of the residents have been stuck with dial-up internet connections, until recently: now, many of them have turned to HughesNet satellite internet, from SatelliteInternet.com, for their broadband needs.
As your neighbors already know, a satellite internet connection is always on, available virtually anywhere in Syracuse, reliable, and affordable, as well as providing connection speeds up to 50X faster than those of dial-up, depending on the plan. And a satellite connection allows the user – someone like you – to take full advantage of all that today’s internet offers: following your favorite local sports teams and players; planning family vacations or weekend getaways; watching live video, television, and movies; bidding in online auctions for the perfect treasure; and spending time with old classmates and friends through social networking.
No longer are you and your neighbors in Syracuse – and the surrounding towns of Cicero, Geddes, Marcellus, Pompey, and Van Buren – tied-down with agonizingly slow dial-up connections, with the accompanying multiple missed phone calls, dropped connections, and busy signals, because satellite internet doesn’t use the phone lines to connect you to the web. Instead, a small satellite dish – mounted on a roof or a pole – and a modem are connected, via cable, to your computer, so you’re free to use your phone normally.
Here at SatelliteInternet.com, we back the HughesNet satellite connection with well-trained technical staff, certified equipment installation, and friendly and knowledgeable sales people. That’s why we’re the choice of many of your neighbors. Are you ready to join them with a satellite internet connection of your own?