Zodiak Technology & Associates has been serving the middle and north Georgia areas since 2014. Zodiak Technology & Associates offers our customers exceptional customer service and the ultimate in technology services. At Zodiak Technology & Associates, customer satisfaction is key. We are an authorized retailer for Viasat Internet (formerly Exede), the best satellite internet available, and DIRECTV – which is ranked #1 in customer satisfaction compared to all other major cable and satellite providers. At Zodiak Technology & Associates, we go the extra mile to ensure our customers are satisfied with their purchase as well as their experience. Call us today to learn more or schedule an installation!
Zodiak Technology & Associates is proud to offer Viasat Internet. Viasat is ideal for the residents of rural Georgia. Because rural homes and farms are geographically scattered, phone companies and cable providers can’t justify the expense to extend infrastructure and service to them. That doesn’t mean these residents are limited to using slow or unreliable internet. Viasat satellite internet is an ideal solution because it requires nothing more than a clear view of the southern sky. Powered by a high-capacity communications satellite, Viasat offers residents and small business owners high-speed internet beamed directly to them from space. All Viasat plans feature the same fast speeds, and different data options are available to match each customer’s online lifestyle.
Zodiak Technology & Associates is located in Greensboro, the county seat of historic Greene County, Georgia. Greene County boasts great schools such as Lake Oconee Academy which is a National Blue Ribbon Charter school and is ranked #1 in Georgia. A major area attraction is Lake Oconee, located five miles east of Greensboro. The manmade reservoir created in 1979 boasts 400 miles of shoreline and 10 championship golf courses. Founded in 1786, Greensboro is the proud home of many historic and beautiful homes and churches built before the Civil War and carefully preserved to this day.