Texas HughesNet Satellite Internet Offers
HughesNet is the favorite satellite internet provider in Texas for good reason. Until recently Texans that lived outside the range of cable and DSL networks were forced to deal with the frustration of slow dial-up connections. Now with HughesNet you can access super high speed broadband any time of the night or day instantly. No more tying up your phone lines or missing important calls.
You have all the advantages of speeds up to 50x faster than dial-up totally compatible with both Apple and Windows computers. Texas Satellite internet allows you to surf the net with ease, send and receive large files and emails, shop online, enjoy streaming videos and music using wireless technology.
At prices more affordable than ever before in history you can have the convenience of high speed internet up and running within days of placing your order.
Texas Broadband Availability
Texas is the 2nd largest state in the U.S. both by population and size. Rural areas make up 84% of the 268,820 square miles of the state and contains 14% of it's population. This gives Texas the nation's largest rural population with more then 3.6 million residents. Texas' rural population is greater then the total (urban and rural) population of 22 states. Since wired high speed broadband is primarily available in urban areas, such as, Dallas, Houston, San Antonio, Fort Worth, Lubbock, Amarillo, Corpus Christi, Wichita Falls, Tyler, Longview, Beaumont, Austin, Odessa and Midland this leaves much of the state with no access to traditional wireline high speed broadband. Satellite internet is a great option for people in the vast rural areas of Texas.
Texas currently has 9.1 million high speed broadband subscribers (6.2 million households and 2.9 million businesses). These subscribers are served by 9.1 million ADSL, SDSL, traditional wireline, cable moded and fiber optic line technologies. Texas residents in areas where wired high speed broadband is available can choose from one of the 137 providers in Texas.