417 Satellite is a distributor of internet, television, security and home automation systems. We are devoted to following the golden rule in how we interact with everyone we meet: Treat others the way you want to be treated. It starts with how we treat one another as co-workers in our business, and is then passed on to how we treat and interact with everyone else we meet. It is our goal to provide you with the best service possible, at the best price possible, while giving you superior equipment and service — all from a local business. Why sign up with a national retailer and have your money sent out-of-state, and then have to call one of those 800-numbers whenever you need to reach someone? When you use 417 Satellite, your money stays local, jobs are created and you can call a 417 area code for service. Please give us the opportunity to be your local TV and internet provider; we will exceed your expectations.
417 Satellite is proud to offer broadband internet from Viasat. Viasat brings reliable, high-speed internet service to areas in which no comparable options exist. It’s a high-quality, reliable product with a very low installation cost. We rarely have a complaint or service call related to our Viasat installations.
Viasat offers residents and small business owners super-fast internet speeds beamed directly to their location from space, providing download speeds up to 25 Mbps. All Viasat plans feature fast speeds, with a variety of data options available to suit your online lifestyle.
Call us today and let’s plan your Viasat installation together.
Marshfield is a city of about 6,800 near Springfield. Settled in 1830, it’s the county seat of Webster County. Marshfield owes its origins to the railroad, which came through the area in 1870, bringing growth and vitality to the town. The city is known for its Missouri Walk of Fame, a local version of Hollywood’s Walk. Marshfield annually hosts the oldest Fourth of July celebration west of the Mississippi. In 2006, that distinction drew the largest gathering of Presidential relatives in the nation’s history to announce the National First Ladies Library and Museum.