As a LOCAL Satellite Retailer, Chops Satellite is dedicated to helping customers get the highest quality programming and technology at the lowest price. We’re also passionate about service, and pride ourselves on our prompt response and swift resolution of your issues. Owner Brian “Chop” McGee attended high school in Hatley and lives in Vernon, Alabama. As a local resident, he knows the area and counts many of his customers among his friends. Whether you already know Brian or not, he’ll treat you just the same. Stop by and say hello today!
Chops Satellite is proud to offer broadband internet from Viasat. This service benefits our many rural residents who can’t get service from traditional providers. Powered by one of the highest-capacity communications satellites in space, Viasat offers residents and small business owners super-fast Internet speeds beamed directly to their location from space. With download speeds up to 12 Mbps and upload speeds up to 3 Mbps, Viasat is an excellent solution for those in our area who are suffering from slow internet from outmoded cable or DSL equipment or old-fashioned dial-up.
We’ve chosen to offer Viasat exclusively for satellite internet because we know it’s a secure, reliable service backed by Viasat Inc., a leader in satellite technology in the U.S. All Viasat plans feature the same fast speeds, with different data options available depending on your online lifestyle. You can also save money by adding Viasat Voice, which typically costs a lot less than landlines from most phone companies.
If you’re unfamiliar with the power of satellite internet or you’ve been suffering with slow internet for years and think you’ll never get high-speed service in your area, please give us a call and we can tell you all about Viasat.
Columbus, Mississippi is a city of about 23,500 along the Tombigbee River founded in 1821. The community was informally known as Possum Town before its incorporation, and locals still call it that. Columbus’ life sprang from the tragedy in another nearby community. A flood in what was once the settlement of Plymouth brought survivors across the river to the site that is now Columbus. In more recent history, Columbus won the National Trust by Historic Preservation’s Great American Main Street Award in 2010. Columbus boasts tree-lined streets, well-maintained antebellum homes, the Mississippi University for Women, Mississippi State University, Columbus Air Force Base, renowned hunting and fishing territory, water sports and top-rated golf courses.