Graves Satellite provides Broken Arrow and Northeast Oklahoma with Viasat’s (formerly Exede) high-speed satellite Internet, Dish Network, and DIRECTV. A family-owned and locally operated business for over 30 years, Graves Satellite brings all residents high-quality customer service. Owned by Leo Graves, a dedicated businessman committed to the Broken Arrow community, our business is reliable and willing to go above and beyond to provide for Oklahoma residents.
Graves Satellite is proud to be a provider of Viasat high-speed satellite internet for residents in Northeastern Oklahoma and Green County. Powered by one of the highest-capacity communications satellites ever launched, Viasat offers Broken Arrow residents super-fast Internet speeds, beamed directly to you home and available nearly everywhere. Viasat is an excellent solution for those in our area who are suffering from slow internet due to outmoded cable or DSL equipment or old-fashioned dial-up with download speeds up to 25 Mbps. We choose to provide Viasat because we strongly believe it’s a reliable service backed by Viasat Inc., a leader in satellite technology in the U.S. There are several data plans you can choose from, each offering the same fast upload and download speeds. Save money by purchasing Viasat Internet bundled with Viasat Voice, which typically costs a lot less than landlines from many phone companies.
Try Before you Buy: If you’re unfamiliar with the power of satellite internet or if 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. Better yet, pop by our showroom and let us give you a live demonstration of how much better your internet service can be.
Broken Arrow is the largest suburb of Tulsa, Oklahoma with a population of 102,019 as of July 2012. The Creek Indians named Broken Arrow; the tribe was relocated to Oklahoma from Alabama during the Settler period. The city was originally a community based on agriculture, but it now houses the third largest concentration of manufacturers in the United States. Broken Arrow has been recognized as one of the best suburban places to live in the United States, and the city has been working on a revival of the historic downtown buildings as it continues to draw in more visitors and new Tulsa residents.