Qwiklink Internet is locally owned and operated, and has been in the satellite business for more than 10 years. We are your local, authorized dealer, providing superfast Viasat (formerly Exede) satellite internet and phone service, bundled with DIRECTV. We know the satellite business — our technicians complete hundreds of satellite installations throughout Texas every year. Qwiklink’s experienced, certified installers are ready to get you connected, providing all-in-one, same-day installations. After completing your installation, the installer will take the time to show you how to use your new service and answer all your questions. We pride ourselves in delivering expert, personalized service throughout the ordering process, installation and beyond.
Qwiklink Internet is extremely excited to bring Viasat’s high-speed satellite internet to Texas. Viasat is a great solution for those who live in rural Texas and have been wasting their time with slow internet and 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. Viasat is a reliable internet service that provides the speed and convenience you deserve! We’ve chosen to sell Viasat satellite internet exclusively because it’s a secure service back by Viasat, Inc., a trailblazer in satellite technology. To make it even easier, there are many different data plans from which to choose. However, unlike Viasat’s competitors, every plan features the same fast speed. Ask how you can save even more money by adding Viasat Voice, which typically costs a lot less than landlines from most phone companies.
Established in 1832, Bastrop is the county seat of Bastrop County, located 30 miles southeast of Austin. Bastrop is known as “The Most Historical Small Town in Texas.” You’ll find plenty to do here, from good, old-fashioned parades and festivals to expos, car shows and rodeos. Bastrop has been the backdrop for countless movies, including “Angels Sing,” “Home Fries,” “Michael,” “Hope Floats,” “Lonesome Dove” and “The Alamo.” Visitors can take a self-guided tour to see iconic movie sites, as well as many of Bastrop’s historic structures.