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The Movie Barn

High speed internet provider Port Allen, Los Angeles The Movie Barn
12675 Hwy 190 W
Port Allen, LA 70767
  • Monday-Thursday: 11am-8pm
  • Friday &
  • Saturday: 11am-10pm

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Your local choice for satellite internet sales and service

The Movie Barn has been serving the Lafayette, Louisiana area since 1996. We pride ourselves in providing the best service and entertainment experience to our customers. We sell, service and install DIRECTV and Viasat Internet. We are a multi-faceted business that includes DVD and Bluray movie rentals, a small menu including pizza, cheese bread and chicken wings, and the sale of fireworks in-season.
  • 20 years in business, 30 years in the community
  • Independent dealer and installer for DIRECTV and Viasat Internet
  • Family owned and operated
  • Committed to quality service and installation

Viasat: Reliable, high-speed internet regardless of where you live

The Movie Barn is proud to offer Viasat (formerly Exede). 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. Viasat has brought high-speed internet service to rural customers in southern Louisiana who have been unable to get reliable internet, or have been under-served by current providers. All Viasat plans feature fast speeds, with a variety of data options available to suit any online lifestyle.

Call us today and let’s plan your Viasat installation together.

About Port Allen, Louisiana

Port Allen sits on the west bank of the Mississippi River between Interstate 10 and US Highway 190 in southern Louisiana. About 5,200 people call it home, and treasure it for its easy access to the city coupled with small-town charm. The town’s Mississippi Riverfront Development includes a pedestrian promenade with special architectural paving, viewing benches, and ornamental street lighting. Baton Rouge is just across the river from Port Allen, and from 1820 to 1968, a ferry operated between the two communities. In contrast to the town’s small size, the Port Allen Lock on the river plays a major role in international commerce, giving barges and other vessels access to the Intracoastal Waterway that shortens water travel to the Gulf of Mexico by 120 miles. Several manufacturing and service distribution centers are located in Port Allen’s industrial park, Westport.  The town hosts several annual events including the Sugar Fest, Kite Fest, Bon Fest and annual Mardi Gras and Veteran’s Day parades.

Areas Served

Southern Louisiana
Port Allen
Grosse Tete
Baton Rouge
New Roads