Our local team is a mix of seasoned tech veterans and a few newbies that are eager to learn! With over 30 years of combined experience in satellite TV, internet, and other tech services, we’ve got you covered all the way from sales to installation to servicing. You’ll never have to talk to an automated system, just call or walk into our local office and a smiling Texan face will greet you! We strive to bring the latest and greatest technology to our customers, and our technicians seamlessly integrate it into your home life.
Owner Shawn Hall is a Sulphur Springs native and graduate of SSHS. He runs the business with his father Dalton. The two learned about satellites together when Dalton received a large C-band television satellite. Father and son worked with the satellite during the evenings until they finally picked up a television station, a moment Shawn remembers as “the greatest feeling in the world”. That eventually led Shawn to his current work with small satellites and his own business. When Shawn’s not managing SmartTech or installing communications services, he officiates during softball and football games at area schools. He is a member of the Commerce Football officials and Greenville Softball Association.
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Viasat (formerly Exede) offers residents and small business owners super-fast internet speeds beamed directly to your location from space. Because it doesn’t rely on cables or other infrastructure, Viasat is an ideal solution for those suffering with slow internet from outmoded cable, DSL or dial-up. Viasat features better-than-advertised download speeds up to 25 Mbps. All Viasat plans feature the same fast speeds, with different data options available to suit your online lifestyle. If you’re unfamiliar with the power of satellite internet, please give us a call and we can tell you all about Viasat.
Located halfway between Dallas and Texarkana in beautiful Northeast Texas, Sulphur Springs is home to about 15,000 residents. Founded with the name Bright Star in the late 1840’s, early pioneers were drawn to the area by its more than 100 natural springs. In 1871, it was renamed Sulphur Springs in an effort to market the area as a health resort. People flocked to the area to soak in sulphur baths, which they believed had medicinal qualities. In 1937, the Carnation Milk Company opened a plant in the town, prompting the rise of large-scale dairy farming throughout the county. Though dairy farming has declined, the area still ranks among the state’s top milk producers. In recent years, horse breeders have also been drawn to Sulphur Springs and Hopkins County. Today, Sulphur Springs has a 3,000 acres of parks, a municipal airport, a hospital and over 115 churches.