Viasat arrives in Spain to provide Internet to rural areas: this is how its rates are

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Viasat, one of the best-known Internet companies globally, officially arrives in Spain with the aim of providing Internet connection to rural areas of the country through the Ka-Sat satellite . Specifically, the company announces that its plans will cover more than 10 million Spaniards where the high-speed Internet connection does not reach through other companies. It does so through three different plans whose maximum speed reaches 50 Mb and whose availability extends throughout the country.

This is how Viasat's satellite Internet rates look

It had been announced for a few months and the company finally makes it official. Viasat comes to Spain as the alternative to traditional satellite Internet operators to provide connection to 21% of Spanish inhabitants who do not have a connection to the high-speed network.

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Together with the landing of Viasat in Spanish territory, the company has released its current portfolio of satellite Internet rates with up to three different plans and whose coverage extends to all locations in Spain.

Specifically, Viasat has the following satellite Internet plans:

  • Classic Rate 30 : 30 Mb maximum speed with 25 GB of data (unlimited traffic between 01:00 to 06:00 in the morning) for 19.99 euros per month for the first three months. Subsequently the fee amounts to 29.99 euros.
  • Unlimited Rate 30 : 30 Mb maximum speed without data limit for 39.99 euros per month for the first three months. After three months, the fee amounts to 49.99 euros.
  • Unlimited Rate 50 : 50 Mb maximum speed without data limit for 59.99 euros per month during the first three months. Once the three months have elapsed, the fee remains at 69.99 euros.

It should also be added that all rates are exempt from registration fees and installation costs . The latter, unlike cable connections, is based on the installation of a satellite through a parabolic antenna in the home to connect with the Ka-Sat satellite that currently offers Internet connection in much of the globe.