Little Rock, Arkansas (PRWEB) July 23, 2013 -- Rural Satellite Internet.net (http://www.ruralsatelliteinternet.net), has gained global recognition thanks to the newly launched unlimited voice and high speed Internet service in Arkansas. The news comes at a time when their partners have successfully launched global satellites around the world to support countries like Mexico, Spain and South Africa offering quality phone services to millions of subscribers in remote villages throughout the world. According to reports, the company has made great strides in gaining a significant amount of market share and is currently enjoying global recognition which is one of the company's greatest achievements.
Rural Satellite has been offering the best public network solutions to enterprise customers across the U.S.A. enabling it to gain enough popularity and drive sales offering a cutting edge voice service over satellite. They are providing voice plans with the latest technology in Voice-over-IP (VOIP) to deliver a residential phone service using satellite Internet offered to Arkansas. To set up the voice service, a self-install kit will be sent out, after customer subscribes to the service, with an Analog Telephone Adapter (ATA) that will route calls through a dish and a modem.
Rural Satellite Internet enables customers in Arkansas to save up to 25-35% over landline phone service for international calling. Moreover, through the voice service, customers have access to voice features such as call forwarding to multiple phones and enhanced voicemails like email and text notifications. Experts have praised the company and predicted that it will go on to increase its market share from 50% to the tune of 55-60% in the near future.
Rural Internet Access in Arkansas truly deserves the recognition by virtue of improved quality of services, reduced prices, savings and discount offers, huge customer base just to mention but a few. It has been passionate to ensure that its customers get maximum value for their money despite their tight budgets. The fact that customers can now get industry leading telephony solution is driving sales revenue allowing the company to increase service in the area of customer support.
High Speed Satellite Internet is now available in the following counties in Arkansas:
Arkansas County, Ashley County, Baxter County, Benton County, Boone County, Bradley County, Calhoun County, Carroll County, Chicot County, Clark County, Clay County, Cleburne County, Cleveland County, Columbia County, Conway County, Craighead County, Crawford County, Crittenden County, Cross County, Dallas County, Desha County, Drew County, Faulkner County, Franklin County, Fulton County, Garland County, Grant County, Greene County, Hempstead County, Hot Spring County, Howard County, Independence County, Izard County, Jackson County, Jefferson County, Johnson County, Lafayette County, Lawrence County, Lee County, Lincoln County, Little River County, Logan County, Lonoke County, Madison County, Marion County, Miller County, Mississippi County, Monroe County, Montgomery County, Nevada County, Newton County, Ouachita County, Perry County, Phillips County, Pike County, Poinsett County, Polk County, Pope County, Prairie County, Pulaski County, Randolph County, Saint Francis County, Saline County, Scott County, Searcy County, Sebastian County, Sevier County, Sharp County, Stone County, Union County, Van Buren County, Washington County, White County, Woodruff County, and Yell County.
For more information on Satellite Broadband coverage in Arkansas visit: http://www.satellitebroadband.us/arkansas
Gaining global recognition is indeed a big step in the right direction but it remains a matter of time to see how the leading wireless satellite Internet provider in Arkansas will handle the pressures that comes with the stature. According to experts who have been keenly following the affairs of the company, it will take diligence and a good strategy to make it in the international scene. The company ought to introduce diversified satellite Internet plan actions as well as expand its current team of employees to cater to the expected increase in demand for voice and Internet services. The next few years will be very interesting to see how the company will cope with the newly acquired recognition status.
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Steve Sramek, High Speed Satellite Broadband in Arkansas, http://www.highspeedsatellitebroadband.com/arkansas, +1 877-247-5156, [email protected]