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WorldLynk


High speed internet provider Albuquerque, New Mexico Worldlynk
3240 B Juan Tabo N.E.
Albuquerque, NM 87111
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Serving our friends and neighbors with pride

WorldLynk is your local, trusted provider of satellite internet and TV for residents of Albuquerque and the surrounding area. We’ve been living and working here for 14 years, so our customers are our friends and neighbors. We employ people that know the community and care about our service and reputation. Our highly trained staff can show you the best offers and subscription deals for satellite TV and internet. We’re an authorized DISH Network retailer and proudly offer Viasat Internet (formerly Exede).

  • Serving the area for 14 years; we know the community.
  • Your local, trust source for satellite TV and internet
  • Offering only the best: DISH TV and Viasat Internet
  • We’ll help you find the best value for your needs

Viasat: Reliable service & state-of-the-art technology

Our customers love Viasat! It’s uniquely designed for the challenges some of our residents and businesses face in finding top-quality communications services. The satellite technology provided by Viasat means the days of limited options and sub-standard service are over. Unlike other technologies that require extensive infrastructure or that may never extend to your area, Viasat Internet comes directly to your home or business from our satellite. Our internet signal is transmitted from ground stations to our satellite, which transmits the signal directly to a small dish mounted on your house or business. No antiquated wires, cables or other outdated technology. Viast offers a variety of plans with prices and data packages to match every need. Call us today to set up an appointment.


About Albuquerque, New Mexico

Albuquerque is a high-altitude city straddling the Rio Grande River. Founded as a Spanish colonial outpost in 1706, New Mexico’s largest city is home for more than half a million people Albuquerque’s heart was built in the style of traditional Spanish villages with a central plaza surrounded by government buildings, homes and a church. Today, Old Town doubles as a museum and shopping area. The city’s mild temperatures throughout its four distinct seasons draw people for a high-quality, outdoor-oriented lifestyle and have attracted a mix of high-tech and government businesses. Men’s Fitness ranked it the country’s fittest city in 2007. The city is famous for its local cuisine, hot air balloons and tramway – the second longest passenger aerial tramway in the world.

Areas Served

Bernalillo County
Valencia County
Torrance County
Sandoval County
Santa Fe County