My husband was transferred to a branch office of his work in Missouri. We knew that it was going to be a big adjustment, because we were living in a rural area for the first time ever. We were both born and raised in Philadelphia, so coming to a small town was a bit of a culture shock to us. The pay raise was too good to pass up though, and we found ourselves buying a really nice house in the country. The first thing we did was look up Missouri satellite Internet and dial up options to make sure that we would be able to have Internet access at our new home.
It would not have been a huge deal if we did not have it, but we both knew that it would make life a lot easier for us if we did. Neither one of us really imagined that it was possible for very many places in the United States to not have access to some kind of Internet connection, so we were not too worried. We saw that we would be able to get either one of those types of Internet service, so we wanted to read about the pros and cons of each since we had never had either one of them before.
It did not take long for us to veto the dial up option. The satellite option was really nice though. It was much better than I thought it would be. I figured that since we were in the country, we just wouldn’t be able to have fast Internet, but I was wrong. There are different plans that a consumer can have with satellite Internet, and we would be able to get the one where we could stream videos and upload and download files without any problems. Now that we have settled in here, I am actually seeing the upside to a quieter life!