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Jeff Jacobsen


Viasat Satellite Internet authorized dealer
2089 Veatch St
Oroville, CA 95965
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  • Monday-Sunday: 8am-11pm

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Jeff Jacobsen: Serving Butte County with pride

Jeff Jacobsen and his family own and operate this Oroville company, which provides high-speed internet, custom pre-wire installs for home theater and networking and home security. We’re proud to serve our friends and neighbors in Butte County and the surrounding Great Valley. Installation is always free, and you won’t be surprised by any hidden prices or custom charges. Stop by or call to say hello, get to know our friendly staff and learn more about our services.

  • Family-owned and operated
  • Free installation and pole mounts — no custom or hidden charges
  • We offer high-speed internet to customers in rural and remote locations
  • Proudly serving beautiful Butte County and the Great Valley

Viasat: Reliable service & state-of-the-art technology

Viasat (formerly Exede) is a great alternative for internet in our rural market. You may have thought your options for internet were limited, expensive or simply nonexistent, but Viasat and its satellite-based service means none of those things are true. Location is no longer an obstacle to good, reliable service. Unlike other technologies that require extensive infrastructure or that may never extend to your area, Viasat Internet comes directly to homes or businesses via satellite. It offers a variety of plans with prices and data packages to match every need.


About Oroville, California

Oroville is a small city of about 15,000 people in the Sierra Nevada foothills of the Northern Sacramento Valley. The gateway to the Lake Oroville and Feather River recreational areas, it is known for its scenic beauty and year-round outdoor recreational riches that including fishing, biking, sailing, swimming, skiing and camping. Lake Oroville, the second largest lake in the state, was created after the Oroville Dam was built, and draws more than one million visitors annually. Oroville boasts a city-owned historic theater and the peaceful Chinese Temple and Garden, as well as one of the State’s oldest orange trees.

Areas Served

California
Nevada
Oroville
Chico
Sacramento
Redbluff
Redding
Weaverville
Los Molinos
Gerber
Corning
Cottinwood
Santa Rosa
Napa
Quincy
Portola