Satellite internet

Get fast nationwide home satellite
internet wherever you live

Viasat connects you with reliable home satellite internet where cable and fiber internet companies don’t go

✓ High-speed internet to 99% of the U.S.

✓ Get connected fast – typically within 3–5 days

✓ 2-Year price lock guarantee

Choose Your Plan

Now offering a 300GB High-Speed Data plan!


Download up to 25 Mbps
$ 49
99 Per Month
  • SAVE $60
  • Best for email and web browsing on up to 2 small screens.
  • Unlimited
    Standard Data
  • 40 GB High-Speed Data*


Download up to 50 Mbps
$ 69
99 Per Month
  • SAVE $90
  • Best for email, web browsing and some streaming on up to 3 small screens.
  • Unlimited
    Standard Data
  • 60 GB High-Speed Data*


Download up to 75 Mbps
$ 99
99 Per Month
  • SAVE $150
  • Best for email, web browsing, some streaming on up to 4 medium and large screens.
  • Unlimited
    Standard Data
  • 100 GB High-Speed Data*


Download up to 100 Mbps
$ 149
99 Per Month
  • SAVE $150
  • Best for email, web browsing, streaming and more on up to 5 large screens.
  • Unlimited
    Standard Data
  • 150 GB High-Speed Data*


Download up to 150 Mbps
$ 199
99 Per Month
  • SAVE $300
  • Even more High-Speed Data! Plus you can easily turn off Data Extender to stream up to 4K!
  • Unlimited
    Standard Data
  • 300 GB High-Speed Data*

* Viasat Internet service plans give you more options to fit your needs. *

  • After using all of your plan’s High-Speed Data, you still have access to an unlimited amount of Standard Data. Standard Data may be prioritized behind other customers during network congestion resulting in slower speeds. And, you can always buy more High-Speed Data whenever you need it!
  • All plans default to DVD quality (typically 480p) streaming video resolution. With the Data Extender, you can choose to stream at higher video resolution! Some plans up to 4K!
  • All plans include built-in Wi-Fi!
  • 2-Year price lock guarantee!

Everything you need to know...

Your first billing statement should arrive within four days of installation. Since Viasat is a paperless company, you won’t receive a statement in the postal mail. You’ll be able to view your monthly statement online when logged into My Viasat web or My Viasat mobile app. To log in, you’ll need your account number.
Your first statement may be slightly higher. It will include the first full month of service, plus a prorated amount for the time between installation and your first statement being generated (typically 3-4 days service); there may also be one-time charges associated with the new service.
Your statement date is the same every month. This is automatically generated and is based on your installation date. We invoice a month in advance for service and lease fees, so the payment will be for the next 30 days of service. Your billing statement is due in full the same day you receive an invoice.
We automatically charge your payment method on file. You may also make a one-time payment by logging in to your account.
You’ll pay your Viasat statement by providing us with a form of payment that we’ll automatically charge on the same day each month. We’ll send you an email at that time advising you that the payment is processing.
You may choose to pay with a credit/debit card or, in most cases, a bank account. Once you’re set up with automatic payments, you’ll always be able to view your statement online at My Viasat web or My Viasat mobile app.
Viasat Internet has a 24-month minimum services term commitment. If you disconnect before the end of the 24-month minimum service term, you may be charged early termination fees.
The installation process is quick and easy.
A certified professional technician will install the equipment and activate the Viasat Internet service at your location.
The satellite dish is about 30 in. wide x 28 in. high and can be easily mounted on your roof, on an outside wall of your home, or on a pole in the ground.
If your equipment installation requires a non-standard option, there may be additional charges at the time of installation. For example, an installer may charge up to $75 for a pole mount.
A cable from the dish connects to the modem, which connects to your computer.
Installations typically take 2-3 hours.
Viasat customers cannot install their own satellite dishes. Installation requires a trained technician to make sure that the dish is pointed at the satellite accurately and to verify that all connections are properly made.
Site Requirements
A Viasat-certified technician will discuss site requirements with you, such as a clear line of site to the southern sky, and will help you choose the best location for the dish. Someone over the age of 18 must be present during installation.
The main equipment you need for Viasat Internet is an official Viasat satellite dish, transceiver and bracket assembly, a Viasat internet modem, and the related cables and hardware. This equipment is supplied by Viasat and will need to be returned at the end of your contract.
Before scheduling an installation, you will need to check your landlord or homeowner’s association (HOA) to see if they allow the Viasat satellite dish The Viasat dish is governed by the FCC Over-the-Air Reception Devices (“OTARD”) Rule. The Viasat dish has the same classification as other residential dishes like satellite television dishes. It can usually be mounted on your home unless your landlord or HOA specifically prohibits dishes of any kind.
Viasat Internet service plans come with Unlimited Standard Data and a set monthly amount of High-Speed Data.
Unlimited Standard Data kicks in after you’ve used up your monthly High-Speed Data. Unlimited Standard Data is prioritized behind other customers during times of network congestion resulting in slower speeds but should allow you to do essential, everyday activities such as web browsing, audio streaming, social media and email.
Your monthly data usage is measured by the number of bytes transferred, or used, between your network and the Internet.
Your monthly data measurement reset date is the same as your monthly billing statement date. On that day, your data usage is reset to 0 and a new measurement period begins.
If you are experiencing extremely slow speeds, you can always buy more High-Speed Data any time during the month, but remember that your High-Speed Data resets on the first day of each new billing cycle.
We offer a variety of resources to help you manage your data usage for the best value and experience. These include Viasat Shield, My Viasat mobile app, and My Viasat web.
To find the plan that’s best for you, you’ll want to consider your screen size, screen type, and how much and what kind of data you plan to stream.
In general, satellite internet is not an ideal solution for people who want to replace their cable TV with full-time video streaming. However, Viasat Internet does work for families who want to stream video – you just need to find the right plan for your needs.
Here’s some information to help you understand what’s involved.
Understanding resolution
Viasat Unlimited internet plans deliver different levels of streaming video quality (expressed as resolution). There are many factors involved in determining video resolution, including the playback settings you configure on each video streaming service.
The sharpness of your image depends on both the resolution and the size of your display screen. Put simply: small screens look fine with lower resolution, and larger screens require a higher resolution to look good. Also: the higher the video resolution, the more data you need.
The lower the resolution, the less data you need.
Screen resolution is expressed as the number of pixels your screen can display horizontally and -vertically. For example, 1920 x 1080 pixels, or 1080p, is known as full high definition (HD).
With your Unlimited data plan, video streams default to DVD quality (typically 480p) so you will use less data. Want better video quality? No problem! Simply opt out of this benefit by logging on to My Viasat and turning off your Data Extender so you can stream video at a higher resolution, up to 4K on select plans. But be careful! When you turn off your Data Extender, you could use more data each month.
• Low resolution (360p) is best for small devices such as smartphones and tablets.
• DVD quality (480p) is best for medium devices such as computer monitors, laptop monitors, and tvs.
• HD quality (720p) is best for large devices such as large screen TVs or projectors.
• Full HD quality (1080p) is best for large devices such as large screen TVs or projectors.
• Ultra HD (4K) is the highest cinematic standard for video resolution, designed for wide screens and digitally produced content.
Common data measurements are Gigabytes (GB), Megabytes (MB), and Kilobytes (KB). 1 GB is roughly one billion bytes, or about one thousand Megabytes (MB).
1 GB   1,024 MB OF DATA
1 MB  1,024 KB of data
1 KB   1,024 bytes of data
With 1 GB of data, you should be able to visit 3,000 new web pages, send approximately 20,000 text-only emails, listen to about 24 hours of music streaming on services like Spotify (at 96 kbps), and more.
Viasat offers service speeds up to 150 Mbps in select areas and has several speed and service options available, depending on where you live. The right plan for you is based on your anticipated monthly usage.
Viasat’s internet plans are location-based and are available in many areas. On a Viasat service plan, there’s no limit to the amount of Standard Data you can use during your monthly measurement period. Unlimited Standard Data means you will never run out of data. Also included in your Viasat internet plan is a set amount of High-Speed Data.
If you are experiencing extremely slow speeds, you may want to buy more High-Speed Data at any time during the month, but remember your High-Speed Data resets on the first day of each new billing cycle.
If you’re still not sure which plan is best for you, feel free to contact sales for help choosing one.

* Standard Data may be prioritized behind other customers during network congestion resulting in slower speeds. Offer available to new qualifying customers. One-time standard installation fee may be due at checkout. Minimum 24-month service term required. Equipment lease fee is $12.99/mo. Taxes apply. All service plans include the Data Extender, which defaults streaming video resolution to DVD quality (typically 480p). You can turn the Data Extender off or on at any time through Not all video sources are identifiable and available to benefit from the Data Extender. Speeds and streaming video quality are “up to,” will vary and are not guaranteed. The price lock guarantee applies only to the standard monthly internet service fee and the monthly equipment lease fee (in each case, before any promotional discounts) and excludes any surcharges. Service is not available in all areas. Offer may be changed or withdrawn at any time.