Star Connection is a leader in TV, internet and security services for both home and small business customers. We’ve been servicing south central Wisconsin for over 20 years. We have friendly, knowledgeable consultants and the most qualified technicians. Star Connection has worked hard to be a one-stop shop for the customer. Why waste a day calling different companies for your TV and internet services when a single call to Star Connection allows you to compare over 40 different providers? We guarantee You The Best Technology, Best Service & Best Price! Star Connection is small enough to care, yet big enough to get the job done right!
Star Connection is proud to offer broadband internet from Viasat. For those in rural or under-served areas, it’s a simple, affordable solution that provides a fast, consistent internet connection. Viasat (formerly Exede) plans feature fast speeds, with a variety of data options available to suit your online lifestyle. The Viasat service also works well for our seasonal customers, who want to monitor their homes while they’re out of town. Using Viasat with their security systems, they’ve found a low-cost solution to ensuring their homes’ security. Call us today or stop by our Baraboo or Tomah offices to learn more!.
Built on the banks of the scenic Baraboo River, Baraboo is home to about 12,000 people. The city was once the home of the Ringling Brothers. From 1884 to 1917 it was the headquarters of their circus and several others, leading to the nickname “Circus City”. Today Circus World Museum is located in Baraboo. A living history museum, it has a collection of circus wagons and other circus artifacts. It also has the largest library of circus information in the United States. Nearby Baraboo Hills are designated one of the “Last Great Places” by the Nature Conservancy because of their rare rocks, plants and animals. The hills were created by glacial action, and in some points poke up from the flat terrain to form a stark contrast. Some of these features were created when a glacial pocket was formed during the Wisconsin glaciation where the advance of the glacier halted, along the edge of what is known as the Driftless Area. Devil’s Lake State Park, Wisconsin’s largest state park, contains large areas of the Baraboo Hills. In 2013, Smithsonian Magazine named Baraboo fourth on its list of 20 Best Small Towns to Visit, highlighting Midwestern charms that include its old-fashioned town square, bakeries, antique stores, the crane foundation and Circus World. This friendly Midwestern town also boasts a local winery, brewery and distillery, a river walk and a wide variety of outdoor options for those who love a physical challenge or just taking in beautiful scenery.