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Choosing a service plan can be very confusing for a first-time satellite Internet service buyer. No one wants to get a plan that can’t keep up with their Internet usage, but at the same time, you don’t want to overpay for service you are never going to use. Most Internet users can be divided into light, medium, or heavy users. Follow these great recommendations to get the service plan that is perfect for your household.
Light users are people who don’t log on to the Internet very often, or only use their connection to do basic functions. Those looking to just keep in touch with people through email, look up a new recipe for dinner, or chat for a few minutes here and there would be considered a light user. Small packages, such as Exede Classic 10 or HughesNet Connect, are perfect for these activities.
The average Internet user would be considered a medium user. These people use the Internet to do more than basic functions, such as streaming movies, using social media daily, or downloading. These users will want a product that gives them more speed and offers more data. The HughesNet PowerPro package ensures you can stream videos smoothly and still have plenty of data to use for other activities. With Exede packages you can balance your daytime use with the Late Night Free Zone so you won’t risk using up all of your data.
Most heavy Internet users have multiple computers in their home or have a need to be online all the time. Common examples include businesses that hold regular online conferences that you need to tap into or presentations that need to be downloaded. While medium users can still stream video using lower packages, you may want to consider a heavy use package if you plan on using streaming as your main source for entertainment. Try HughesNet’s PowerMAX package to help make sure you can always connect to work or watch the movies you want. The largest Exede plan is also a great fit as it gives you 25 GB of monthly data and unlimited midnight to 5am access.
Regardless of where you live in America, HughesNet satellite Internet has you covered with plans for every kind of use.
Hi everyone! I just want to thank everyone for all the donations and support (no matter how small) our class got for our upcoming class field trip this spring. I wasn’t sure it was going to happen, but thanks to a generous donation from satellite service provider Calera our class field trip now has enough funds to finally happen. It can be difficult being a student at a rural school, and sometimes the lack of technology and internet access at school can result in our kids being a little behind when it comes to technical and internet skill, especially when compared to kids who grow up in more developed regions. Calera offers internet service in rural areas of the United States, so they are helping rural communities in more than one way! Now we just have to decide where we will take our class trip. The kids have a lot of big ideas (Washington DC is a popular one, but I’m not sure we can travel that far!) so it will be interesting to see what happens!
Hi everyone! Just wanted to let all the rural teachers out there know about another low cost art project that my class absolutely LOVED doing on Friday afternoon. This crafts project comes courtesy of the great art education blog Art Projects for Kids. The kids got a chance to make their own interpretations of Henri Matisse’s art masterpieces! Don’t you guys think it’s funny that sometimes elementary school students are the only ones who can really understand modern art?
Hi everyone! I really need to update this blog more often, but today I want to talk to you guys about a more serious topic. As I discussed earlier, I am a second grade teacher at a very small elementary school in rural Wyoming. Obviously, there are some benefits of going (and teaching at) rural schools over inner city schools, but there are also disadvantages. One disadvantage is a lot less school funding is available. That means there is less money available for kids art classes, so our students don’t have the same opportunity to find their personalities and express their creativity. There is also less school funds available for transportation, so many kids have to be driven to school by their parents and miss more days because of this. There are big disadvantages when it comes to school field trips. I am trying to organize a field trip for our students this spring but the funding is just not available, so we are currently looking for sponsors to contribute to our 2nd grade class field trip. Many of my students have never been on a field trip before, so it would mean a lot to them to get this opportunity!
Post a comment below or write me an email if you know of anyone who would be willing to sponsor our field trip!
Hi there. I just wanted to let any fellow teachers reading my blog know about a fun arts and crafts project I found out about from a very cool post on Art is Basic. As a teacher that a rural school with limited funds available, it is sometimes hard to come up with fun projects for the kids to increase their hands-on skills and express their creativity that aren’t too expensive and will break the school budget. This crafts idea was a perfect fit for us and a big hit with my kids. We’re going to have to keep checking in for more fun ideas for those long Friday afternoons when the kids are getting restless!
Hi everyone! My name is Kara Magnuss and I am a teacher at an elementary school in a very small town in Wyoming. I grew up in the country so in a way I am used to living out in the sticks, but there are times when it is also challenging. I started this blog to document the times when it is difficult to be a country teacher and also celebrate the times when it is very rewarding. Hope you’ll read about my experience. If you’re a rural teacher you’ll really get what I’m talking about!