Pegasus Satellite owner Ray Storia has served Arizona with satellite options since he came to Chino Valley in October of 1984. He brought with him years of prior experience manufacturing Micro-Star satellite dishes and Pen-Tec satellite receiver systems in northern Utah. From the big dish to the convenient, smaller and more powerful options of today, Pegasus Satellite & Electronics has provided home entertainment and communications to Arizona for three decades. We’re excited to present to our customers, neighbors and friends the Viasat (formerly Exede) satellite internet system. If lack of internet is the reason you’ve been citing for not living the country life you want, it’s no longer an excuse.
Viasat Internet combined high-science and innovation to bring fast internet to places that once had limited choices. Our internet signal is transmitted from ground stations to our satellite, which transmits the signal directly to a small dish mounted on your home or business. Since Viasat comes from space, there are no antiquated wires, cables or other outdated technology to deal with. It’s state-of-the-art, affordable, lightning-fast internet. Still need more information? Call us here at Pegasus and we’ll answer your questions and when you’re ready, set up the installation. Just as We’ve been for 30 years, we’re always here to help.
The 11,000 residents of Chino Valley live here for the rural atmosphere, small-town charm and easy access to big-city amenities coupled with a temperate climate and breath-taking views. Located in Arizona’s Yavapai County, the community takes its name from the Spanish word “chino,” for the abundant, curly grama grass that thrives in the area. Chino Valley is just 15 miles north of Prescott and Prescott Valley and 90 minutes north of Phoenix. Land in Chino Valley is plentiful and affordable, jobs are available in the area’s many industries and the community provides its residents with ample modern amenities. Yavapai County includes the Out of Africa Wildlife Park, a popular private zoo that specializes in big cats and is known for its Tiger Splash aquatic performance. Another unique tourist destination is Arcosanti, an experimental town designed to explore the concept of architecture and ecology that’s been under construction since 1970. Its population varies between 50 and 100 people, and ultimately is planned for 5,000. Existing structures serve the community’s complete needs and include a five-story visitors’ center, apartments, storefronts, an amphitheater, community pool and offices. It serves primarily as an education center, drawing students from around the world and about 40,000 tourists each year.