Brandon Hoff started installing satellites to help pay his way through college and earn his engineering degree. What once was a side job not only paid for his degree, it’s become his life’s work. Hoff, a longtime Eau Claire resident, saw the benefits of satellite technology as well as entrepreneurship. In business six years, his goal is to provide high-quality service to the residents of rural Wisconsin, an area in which options for internet are limited. Viasat Internet (formerly Exede Internet) uses satellite technology to connect people regardless of where they choose to live. With a staff of trusted, local residents who share Hoff’s zeal for quality work, Hoff Satellites also sells and installs satellite TV, home automation and security systems. Call us today to learn more!
Hoff Satellite is proud to offer Viasat Internet. Viasat is ideal for the residents of rural Wisconsin. Because rural homes and farms are geographically scattered, phone companies and cable providers can’t justify the expense to extend infrastructure and service to them. That doesn’t mean these residents are limited to using slow or unreliable internet. 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 high-speed internet beamed directly to them from space. All Viasat plans feature the same fast speeds, and different data options are available to match each customer’s online lifestyle.
Located in west central Wisconsin, Eau Claire is a picturesque university town of about 67,000. Wisconsin’s 9th largest city earned its French name, meaning “clear waters,” for the purity of the Eau Claire River. French explorers gave it that name because of the contrast they saw between the Eau Claire River and the muddy Chippewa River. Located about 90 miles east of Minnesota’s Twin Cities, the city initially built its economy around the lumber industry. Today, most of the area’s residents work in the retail, health care and education fields. The University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire, part of the UW system, consistently ranks among the top 10 public Midwestern universities. Its 10,000 students make the university an important part of daily life in Eau Claire. Their vibrancy, added to the area’s natural beauty and the Midwestern warmth of its residents, make Eau Claire a great place to live or visit.