New satellite to offer speeds comparable to DSL and Cable to residents living in rural areas.

Press Release

HughesNet Gen4 Brings Real High Speed Internet, up to 15Mbps, to Rural America

October 1, 2012 – Ocala, Florida: Hughes, the company that pioneered satellite internet is now offering its new, HughesNet Gen4 high speed satellite service that will deliver speeds  comparable to having cable or DSL. “We are now able to offer speeds that are up to 15Mbps to residents living in areas that are unserved, or underserved by cable or telephone DSL services” said John Pearce, sales manager at A-SAT, Inc.

“The new HughesNet Gen4 service is a significant step forward to consumers living in rural areas” said Pearce. “With well over 100 Gbps capacity, the HughesNet-EchoStar XVII will build on the success of the SPACEWAY® 3 satellite─the world’s largest commercial satellite network, expanding high-speed satellite Internet access in North America to over 1.5 million new consumer and small business subscribers. With HughesNet Gen4 we will deliver customers a media-rich Internet experience like never before.”

HughesNet Gen4 will dramatically improve Internet browsing performance and high-bandwidth video and music applications. Hughes will begin installing the new Gen4 systems as of October 1st, 2012.

Consumers interested in learning more about the new HughesNet Gen4 satellite can visit www.yourlocalinstaller.com or call 1.800.592.3814.

A-SAT, Inc. was founded in 1983 by John and Becky Pearce of Ocala, Florida. They have been recognized as one of the top 100 satellite companies in America and have received numerous awards for both sales and service. As a pioneer in the direct to home satellite industry, A-SAT has installed tens of thousands of systems in residential and commercial establishments nationwide. The Ocala office is located at 6160 SW Hwy 200 Suite 112 Ocala, Florida 34476 – 3 miles west of I-75 in the Jasmine Plaza.
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