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B&N Electronics

Viasat Satellite Internet authorized dealer
240 Chambers Ridge Rd
West Alexander, PA 15376-2270
  • Monday-Saturday: 9am-5pm

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B&N Electronics solves the slow DSL market issue

Bud and Norma Plants – the “B” and “N” in our name – have been serving southwest Pennsylvania and the Tri-State area for 40 years. We’re experts in the electronics business, selling and installing satellite TV and internet services. Our choice of products allow you to have high-quality internet and television regardless of where you choose to live. Because we’ve lived here so long, we’re also experts in the Tri-State area and know its geographic challenges and how to overcome them. Our local roots also mean that many of our customers are our neighbors and friends, and those we don’t yet serve yet, we consider friends just waiting to be made!

  • 40 years in the home electronics business
  • We service the Tri-State
  • Family-owned and operated
  • Providing in-house service to our customers

Viasat: Reliable, high-speed internet available anywhere

Couple Using Exede InternetMany of the people who choose to live in southwest Pennsylvania and the Tri-Lakes area choose to do so for the peace and quality of rural and small-town living. That doesn’t mean they should have to give up access to reliable, high-speed internet. Viasat (formerly Exede) is the perfect solution for many of these residents and business people. This competitively priced service provides high-quality, reliable internet that doesn’t require cumbersome infrastructure. Because it’s beamed from a satellite into homes and businesses, Viasat can be counted on to be there despite the geographic boundaries that limit other internet service providers. Find out if it’s right for you: Call us today!

About West Alexander, Pennsylvania

West Alexander is a community of about 600 people in Washington County, Pennsylvania. The county, named after George Washington, was the site of the famous Whiskey Rebellion. In 1791, attorney and community leader David Bradford ordered farmers in the area to rebel against a federal excise tax on whiskey. The rebellion was smashed when the governor led troops into the county. The county is home to several historic structures, along with several colleges and universities, hospitals, antique shops, dinner theater, museums, a racetrack and casino.

Areas Served

The Tri-State Area
Washington County, Pennsylvania
Ohio County, West Virginia