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Do you live so far out in the country or the woods that you can NOT get internet service? Or perhaps the only service you can get is really slow or undependable.  Have you heard of WildBlue Satellite?  Monthly service rates start at $39.95 to $49.95 for lowest price and go up depending on your address, there are some other fees but right now the standard installation fee of $179 is FREE.

I don’t know about you but I use the internet like its attached to me. Well, almost.  Let’s just say, I use it extensively.  If I need to look up something , I use the internet. Recipes, definitions, “how to” anything basically,  homeschool info,  vacation planning (or dreaming), buying products some of which may only be available via PDF,  watch videos, listen to music and to print my coupons. Its also my means to communicate with the outside world for crying out loud! I watch other people’s kids from my home as well as blog and  I don’t get a lot of adult conversation here during the day as you can well imagine 😉   In fact, if it weren’t for the internet I would not be in contact with my friends and family who are scattered all over the world.

If you live out in the boonies you too can get high speed internet into your home with this  Wildblue satellite internet provider.  They will also provide you with at least 5 email addresses.  They have a neat interactive picture HERE to show you how it works. They have a state -of -the- art Ka-band communications system aboard two satellites. They use spot-beam technology to provide high speed internet service to the entire U.S. continent.

I know how important it is to me to have reliable high speed internet. I can remember trying to upload pictures to order prints and try to list items on Ebay when we only had dial up.  It was horrible!  No more. Now I don’t live in the boonies so getting high speed internet is not a problem for me now, but I wanted to share that I know the frustration with super slow speeds.

Perhaps you know someone who feels they cannot get the internet at home or in their small office because of their location. Please make sure they know about!