The satellite industry has been cluttered with retailers that have little or no control over their technicians’ training or the quality of their work. There is also sometimes a lack of communication and understanding between sales people, the customer, and the technician. Our technicians are Viasat and in-house trained and also involved through the entire process from presenting our product, surveying the work site, and going through the sales procedure with the customer in their home. This saves everyone time and allows us to better serve the customer. It’s also what makes us successful and unique. Call us today to learn more!
DWF Installs is proud to offer Viasat Internet (formerly Exede Internet). Viasat is perfect for our rural lifestyle. Because homes are scattered in our area, phone companies and cable providers haven’t invested in the infrastructure needed to provide our area residents with reliable internet service. Cell phones service is unreliable and internet provided via phone lines is very slow. Yet our residents need to be connected, just like everyone else. Viasat satellite internet is an ideal solution because it requires nothing more than a clear view of the southern sky. Powered by a high-capacity communications satellite, Viasat offers residents and small business owners super-fast internet speeds beamed directly to their location from space. All Viasat plans feature the fast speeds, with different data options available depending on the customer’s online lifestyle. You can also save money by adding Viasat Voice, which typically costs a lot less than landlines from most phone companies.
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Hampton is a picturesque, unincorporated community in Tennessee’s Carter County. It lies in a broad valley within the Cherokee National Forest and is surrounded on all sides by the Unaka Mountains. The Doe River and its tributaries also flow through the valley. Established in the late 1860s by state legislator and railroad executive Elijah Simerly, Hampton is named for Simerly’s wife, Mary Hampton. Simerly built an elaborate, Italian-style house that still stands at the corner of Main Street and 1st Avenue. Today, the Appalachian Trail passes through the eastern edge of Hampton, helping fuel the community’s tourism-based economy.