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Kelderman Electronics


Viasat Satellite Internet authorized dealer

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Hours:
  • Monday-Thursday: 9am-6pm
  • Friday: 9am-5pm
  • Saturday: 9am-3pm
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Serving our friends and neighbors for more than three decades

Kelderman Electronics has been open for business sine the 1980s, with the store front opening in March 2010. We are an electronics store with a lot of selection. We also do cell phone screen replacements, electronics repair and provide many other services. No one’s more local than we are; we’re family owned and natives of the area, so our customers are also our friends and neighbors. You can trust us to take care of you from the moment you walk in our door until long after the sale. To find out more about how we can help you, call or stop by our store.

  • Serving eastern Iowa since the 1980s
  • Owner Barry Kelderman is an area native
  • Offering electronics repair, cell phone screen repairs and other services
  • We sell electronics and much more; come visit us and see!

Viasat: The idea solution for rural Iowa residents and businesses

Couple Using Exede InternetKelderman Electronics is located in a rural area, which makes Viasat (formerly Exede) a great option for our customers. Access to internet isn’t readily available here, and where it is, choices often are limited to dial-up or other services with slow speed and often poor connections. Powered by the best communications satellite in space, Viasat boasts download speeds of up to 12 mbps and upload speeds up to 3 mbps. It’s a reliable internet service that provides the reliability, quality and convenience we all need to stay connected and conduct business in today’s world.


About Oskaloosa, Iowa

Oskaloosa is a small city of about 11,500 people whose economy is based on retail, agriculture and industry. It offers a high-quality, hometown friendly lifestyle where residents cheer on local sports teams and participate in free annual community celebrations. What started as an 1800s pioneer village with 13 crude cabins and two stores grew rapidly into a coal mining community. Its name came from an Indian princess and means “last of the beautiful.” The city includes 41 historic sites, ranging from the City Park to the Forest Cemetery entrance. Oskaloosa is home to a 700-seat arts center, a symphony, mall, college and an extensive system of trails.

Areas Served

Southeast Iowa
Oskaloosa
Eddyville
New Sharon
Rose Hill
Beacon
University Park
Sigourney
Keomah
Ottumwa
Pella
Knoxville