BJ’s Communications offers residents of central and southern California Viasat (formerly Exede) satellite internet installation and service. Owner James Sayre has lifelong ties to the area; the Fresno native is a graduate of Central High School who’s raising his children in Fresno. With more than 15 years of experience in the industry, Sayre also has a deep knowledge of the satellite industry. He hires local technicians who share his level of commitment to the San Joaquin Valley and its people. BJ’s Communications’ customers are also friends and neighbors, and the service he provides reflects that.
Fresno boasts the largest agricultural industry in the world, which means many of the area’s residents live out-of-reach of cable and other internet options. Viasat is the best service available for folks who make their living in rural America and prefer the country life. It offers the most bang for the buck, is more reliable and less expensive than other satellite internet options. Viasat provides farmers with an ideal way to market their business from home. BJ’s regularly switches people from other satellite internet services to Viasat. “They absolutely love Viasat and never go back,” said BJ’s owner James Sayre.
With its thriving agricultural and technological industries, pleasant climate, cultural variety and easy access to Yosemite, King’s Canyon and Sequoia National Parks, Fresno is a magnet for visitors and the city half a million people happily call home. Fresno boasts a vibrant, culturally diverse population, historic districts, wineries, well-reputed restaurants and a plethora of indoor and outdoor entertainment options. Its Tower District, built around a historic theater, is a hub for community events ranging from farmers markets to the annual Gay Pride, Halloween and Mardi Gras celebrations. Lakes and quiet camping are just a short drive away from the urban center.