Are you looking for satellite television or thinking about an internet connection? Then look no further. Perfect Sight Satellites offers both. Owner Dan Woodhull is native of the area with 15 years of satellite industry experience. We are Authorized Retailers for DirecTV, Dish Network, Viasat Internet (formerly Exede), and sales agents for Centurylink. We offer the fastest service for installation, as well as same- or next-day service. We also sell all the accessories you need to augment your service, including routers, extenders, wi-fi antennas and boosters, NightShift routers and other items.
If you want to keep your business local, we’re your first choice. Dan is a lifelong area of northern Wisconsin. He graduated from Maple High School and now lives in South Range with Tara, a Superior native.
Call us for details at our Superior office, 715-392-2615, our Duluth mall kiosk at 218-727-8499, or toll-free at 1-844-894-1594. Together, we’ll make your satellite experience a great one!
Wisconsin and northern Michigan residents can now get access to fast internet regardless of where they choose to live. Viasat brings reliable, high-speed internet service to areas in which no comparable options exist. And Viasat’s Liberty Plan means data caps are virtually non-existent.
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. All Viasat plans feature fast speeds, with a variety of data options available to suit your online lifestyle.
Call us today and let’s plan your Viasat installation together.
Superior and its neighboring city across the bay, Duluth, Minn., form a single metropolitan area called the Twin Ports. Located at the western end of Lake Superior, the cities share a harbor that’s among the busiest on the Great Lakes. The area is home to about 300,000 people who share a love of harbor life and the rugged natural beauty that defines the area. The area’s original inhabitants were Native Americans, and the area first appeared on a map in 1632 when a French explorer visited there. It quickly evolved into a busy harbor, with travelers also using it as a way to connect inland via a water trail that connected Lake Superior and the Mississippi River. The area remains a busy transportation hub.