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Stark-Link Communications


High speed internet provider Anderson, Indiana Stark-Link Communications
1106 Meridian St. Suite 435
Anderson, IN 46016
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Customer satisfaction is our first priority

Stark-Link Communications specializes in television, home security, phone, internet and any form of electronics. Owner Mike Casto has worked in the communications business well over 10 years. His focus is on quality installations, and that includes always providing customers with the best experience. Launched in early 2015, Stark-Link Communications is new, but it’s built on a decade of experience and Mike’s well-earned reputation for top-quality work and professionalism. Our company is on the fast track to becoming Indiana’s #1 dealer for Exede broadband service.

  • Locally owned and operated
  • More than 10 years in business
  • Our services are available anywhere!
  • Expert, personalized service from first call to installation and beyond

Viasat: The best choice for your family and business

Couple Using Exede InternetStark-Link Communications is proud to offer Viasat (formerly Exede) high-speed satellite internet to Indiana residents. Viasat is a great solution for those who live in rural Indiana and previously could only choose from dial-up or other services with slow speed and often 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. It’s a reliable internet service that provides the speed and convenience we all need to stay connected and conduct business in today’s world.


About Anderson, Indiana

Anderson is a city of about 56,000 people and the Madison County seat. It is the headquarters for the Church of God and its affiliated Anderson University, and boasts an abundance of historic buildings including the Paramount Theatre and Gruenewald Historic House. Anderson takes its name from Indian Chief William Anderson. Natural gas was discovered in Anderson in the late 1800s, fueling an industrial and population boom. General Motors once was Anderson’s biggest employer until it closed its operations. The city survived that economic blow to rank among Forbes’ 100 Best Places for Business in Smaller U.S. metro areas in 2007. Anderson’s leaders actively recruit new companies in a variety of industries to diversify its economic base. The multicultural quality of life and low cost of living are attractive draws for both businesses and residents.

Areas Served

Mid-Indiana
Central Indiana
Anderson
Muncie
Gaston
Alexandria
Upland
Gas City
Jonesboro
Marion
Matthews
Frankton
Tipton
Warren
Hartford City
Portland
Dunkirk
Albany
Huntington
Redkey
Bluffton
Kokomo
Peru
Denver
Wabash
Van Buren