Star Home Services has been in business since 2001. We are locally owned and operated. We sell, and install DIRECTV, DISH and Viasat satellite internet (formerly Exede), with a range of options to satisfy all our customers’ video and Internet needs. Viasat Internet is the best alternative for the under-served areas of rural Oklahoma: It’s fast, reliable and affordable like no other. Our installers are certified by the Satellite Broadcasting and Communications Association, which means they are up-to-date on installation and maintenance of satellite systems. Our services include customer support, new customer installations, upgrades, service and maintenance. If you want the best experience money can buy, call us today.
Star Home Services is excited to offer Viasat broadband internet to you and your family or business. Beamed to you from the best telecommunications satellite in space, Viasat boasts super-quick speeds; download speeds are up to 12 Mbps and upload speeds are up to 3 Mbps. Viasat is a great solution for those looking to change from their slow DSL or cable to a fast, reliable service. We trust this service because they are backed by Viasat, a company that leads satellite technology in the United States. Viasat makes it easy for you by offering a variety of different data plans so you can find one that best fits your needs. Viasat also gives you your money’s worth and provides each plan the same super-fast speed. You can also save even more money by asking us about Voice! Come see it for yourself! Are you new to the convenience of broadband internet? Still need more information? Go ahead and give us a call and we can explain all your amazing Viasat options.
Great recreation opportunities and high-quality schools make Seminole both a wonderful tourist destination and place to live. Established in 1906 and named after the Seminole Indian tribe that once lived here, Seminole had its heyday in the 1920s when oil was discovered here. The population of this town that now numbers about 7,500 boomed to 40,000 while the black gold flowed. Today, Seminole offers its residents the best in small-town living with bicycle trails, large sporting fields and an $8-million recreation center. Nearby Sportsman Lake, a full two miles long and one-quarter mile wide, provides prime fishing and camping for residents and visitors.