Sky Mesa Technology is proud to offer broadband internet from Viasat (formerly Exede). Viasat has been a vital part of our business, allowing us to serve rural areas in which no other comparable options exist. Viasat is an excellent product due to the speeds it produces and the ability to provide our customers with excellent service.
Viasat offers residents and small business owners super-fast internet speeds beamed directly to their location from space with download speeds up to 25 Mbps. All Viasat plans feature fast speeds, with different data options available depending on your online lifestyle. You can also save money by adding Voice, which typically costs a lot less than landlines from most phone companies.
To find out what plans are available in your area, visit Exede.com and type in your zip code. Then give us a call and we’ll plan your installation together.
With about 50,000 residents, Enid is Oklahoma’s 9th-largest city and the Garfield County seat. It boasts a diverse economy, based on the oil and gas industry and agriculture. Enid is known as the wheat capital of not only the state but the entire country due to its massive grain storage capacity; it has the world’s third largest storage capacity. Enid’s golden age began with the discovery of oil there in 1910 and continued until after World War II with dramatic growth in the oil, wheat, and rail industries. The town boomed, with construction of dramatic architectural structures and a rapidly expanding residential base. A proliferation of grain companies made their home there, helping create today’s Enid Terminal Grain Elevators Historic District. But Enid doesn’t live in its past. After its economy foundered in the 1980s, Enid launched in 1994 a Main Street program. Since then, city leaders have worked together to refurbish historic buildings, boost the local economy, and launch local events such like first Friday concerts and town square holiday celebrations. Those efforts have borne fruit: In 2004, Inc. ranked Enid one of the top 25 small cities in the country in which to do business, and in 2006, Good Morning America listed Enid among the Top 5 up-and-coming areas.