Image Comm is proud to offer broadband internet from Viasat. 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. 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, 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, a leader in satellite technology. 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.
To find out what plans are available in your area, visit Viasat.com and type in your zip code. Then give Image Comm a call and we’ll plan your installation togetter.
Knoxville is Tennessee’s third-largest city, and home to about 183,000 residents. The surrounding area is much larger, making the city a vibrant center of economic and cultural activity. Originally the state’s capital, the city founded in 1786 got its first economic thrust from the railroad in 1855. More recently, it played host to the 1982 World’s Fair, which again sparked new growth that continues today. Knoxville is home of the University of Tennessee, the Tennessee Valley Authority, and is the corporate headquarters of several regional and national companies. Knoxville’s geographically pleasing location is in a valley near the Great Smoky Mountains, with the Tennessee River flowing through its downtown. The city has ranked in the top among best cost-of-living and best places-to-do-business lists. Boosting its appeal, Knoxville has a diverse and robust arts community focused on bluegrass and country music. It’s also home to a well-reputed symphony orchestra and opera, and hosts a variety of popular festivals annually.