Infinite Satellite’s qualified sales staff will help you choose the perfect satellite system for your home, office or business. We offer DIRECTV, DISH and Viasat Internet (formerly Exede Internet) for both residential and commercial use. We recently also became authorized agents for Time Warner and Cox Cable. Our company also caters to the specialized needs of RV, yacht owners and truckers by installing satellite television systems. To round out our full line of products and services, we are distributors for Sonora Design and ADI Distribution, providing us with state-of-the-art capability in audio-video systems and supplies.
Viasat’s breakthrough technology gives its customers a completely new satellite internet experience. Its satellite launched in 2011 was designed with a capacity for more than 1 million subscribers — more than the total capacity of all communication satellites serving North America. For users, that means faster loading, improved chat time, less buffering during video streaming, the ability to share photos, stream and download music, super-fast browsing and email — and the ability to connect multiple devices. Ask us about bundling Viasat and DIRECTV for your home.
Spaniards who discovered this fertile valley in 1797 named it for the day they first saw it — St. Mark’s Day. The city built up along the railroad tracks, but experienced its most dramatic growth after 1956, when the first water from the Colorado River arrived. It has undergone a steady boom since, and is the third fastest-growing city in the state of California with about 84,000 residents. Its award-winning school district, Palomar Community College and California State University, San Marcos has earned it a reputation as an educational hub. It’s also known for fabulous cuisine. Old California Restaurant Row features a large concentration of restaurants offering a variety of cuisines. Several golf courses and an abundance of open space, parks and trails draw outdoor lovers. San Marcos is easily identified by the illuminated cross that stands on a hill above Lake San Marcos and is visible at night from many parts of the city.