Top Internet Viasat plans

Viasat Internet Plans and Deals

Best budget plan

Unlimited Bronze 12
  • $64.99/mo.*
  • Speed: Up to 12 Mbps
  • Data cap: 35–80 GB

Best overall

Unlimited Gold 50
  • Speed: Up to 50 Mbps
  • Data cap: 100–200 GB

Best for data

Unlimited Platinum 100
  • Speed: Up to 100 Mbps
  • Data cap: 150–300 GB

*Promotional price is for the first 3 months. Regular internet rate applies after 3 months. One-time installation fee may apply. Equipment lease fee is $12.99/mo. Taxes apply. Minimum 24 month service term required.

All Viasast internet plans

PackagePromotional priceSpeedData capBuy now
Unlimited Bronze 12$64.99/mo.Up to 12 Mbps35-80 GB
Unlimited Silver 25$84.99/mo.Up to 25 Mbps60-120 GB
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Unlimited Gold 50$119.99/mo.Up to 50 Mbps100-200 GB
Unlimited Platinum 100$169.99/mo.Up to 100 Mbps150-300 GB

*Promotional price is for the first 3 months. Regular internet rate applies after 3 months. One-time installation fee may apply. Equipment lease fee is $12.99/mo. Taxes apply. Minimum 24 month service term required.

About Viasat

Viasat is one of the two traditional satellite internet providers in the US. It operates a satellite network that covers the entire country, allowing even the most remote locations to connect to the internet.


Why choose Viasat internet?

Viasat gives you multiple options for internet plans depending on how much download speed and data you need. It currently offers the fastest speeds available on a traditional satellite connection, making it a good choice for those who want more out of their internet service. As with all satellite internet, it’s much slower and more expensive than wired connections, so it’s a good option when there are no other internet services in the area.


  • Highest satellite speeds
  • Wide availability


  • Higher monthly cost
  • Limited data
  • High Latency

How does Viasat compare to other providers?

There are a lot of new providers competing for the satellite internet market, including low-Earth orbit (LEO) satellite constellations like Starlink. Viasat has the advantage of being an established provider with proven technology, making it a good choice for rural internet customers who want faster speeds, higher data caps, and more plan options.

Affordable Connectivity Program Viasat

As an internet provider, we are proud to participate in the ACP to help close the digital divide by making internet more affordable for households in need. We’re applying the FCC’s ACP discount to our plans for those who qualify to bring essential internet service to new customers, and to keep current customers connected.

We know how important home internet access is for everything from keeping in touch with friends and family, studying, working from home, and much more. That’s why we’re excited to participate in the Federal Communication Commission’s (FCC) Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP) to bring affordable internet service to qualifying households. No one should have to live without essential internet access, so if you need help paying for internet, here’s what you need to know about the ACP and to see if you’re eligible.

The Affordable Connectivity Program at a glance

  • The Affordable Connectivity Program is a federal program Viasat participates in.
  • ACP saves qualifying customers up to $30/mo. on home internet.
  • If you live on qualifying Tribal lands, you can save up to $75/mo.
  • To qualify, your household income needs to be at or below 200% of the federal poverty guidelines, or someone in your household needs to meet one of the other criteria covered below.
  • After learning you qualify, Viasat Internet can help you apply the discount to your plan.

More affordable internet access

Viasat supports the ACP to provide high-speed, reliable internet to qualifying people in need. Stay connected for access to the important things:

  • Online learning
  • Work from home
  • Healthcare
  • And more


How many satellite internet providers are there?

There are two major satellite internet providers: Viasat and HughesNet. They are the only traditional satellite internet companies operating in the US, however, there are numerous companies attempting to establish LEO satellite internet service. The only one currently available is Starlink, but other companies, including Project Kuiper (owned by Amazon), Telesat, LeoSat, and OneWeb (funded by Tokyo-based SoftBank Group), are in the process of building their own LEO satellite constellations.

Is Viasat available in cities?

Yes, you can get Viasat even if you live in an urban area with other options, though options like fiber, cable, and DSL are usually going to be faster and cheaper. Satellite is also poorly suited to activities like video chat, online games, and streaming video. We generally only suggest satellite internet providers when there are no other options available.