Hill Country Satellite has been serving Texans for more than 22 years. We provide both satellite TV and internet for residential and commercial usage. We sell DIRECTV and Viasat Internet (formerly Exede Internet), as well as our special racing radios designed especially for a racing pit crew and driver. Owner Doug O’Neal has been a stock car racing fan throughout his life, a love passed down to him by his father. The two regularly watched shows at Pan American Speedway and San Antonio Speedway. Doug’s no stranger to the power of speed, and the importance of high-speed internet. Stop by to order Viasat today, or just to talk about racing!
Hill Country Satellites is proud to offer broadband internet from Viasat. Viasat brings high-speed internet service to rural areas in which no comparable options exist. Viasat offers residents and small business owners super-fast internet speeds beamed directly to their location from space, providing download speeds up to 25 Mbps. All Viasat plans feature fast speeds, with a variety of data options available to suit your online lifestyle. You can also save money by adding Viasat Voice, which typically costs a lot less than landlines from most phone companies.
Call us today and let’s plan your Viasat installation together.
Located in the heart of Texas Hill Country, Bandera is the self-proclaimed Cowboy Capital of the World. This small town of about 1,000 people is often full to bursting with visitors who come to stay at the nearby dude ranches, enjoy the scenic beauty, ride motorcycles and test their athletic endurance. Founded by Roman Catholic immigrants from Poland, the town’s Catholic church is among the state’s oldest. But the cowboy influence prevails today. Downtown hitching posts are provided for the area’s many horses. The famous Arkey Blue’s Silver Dollar is a popular, often crowded honkey-tonk. The half-century old Mayan and Dixie dude ranches draw a steady stream of vacation cowboys. It’s also a destination for recreationalists of other kinds. San Antonio motorcyclists ride to Bandera on Sunday mornings on what’s called the Bandera Breakfast Run. Athletes know Bandera, too; two Texas ultra-marathons are held in the Rugged Hill Country State Natural Area each year.