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Edward Madison

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Old Labs

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At last check, Viasat doesn't offer any discounts to veterans, seniors, disabled, etc. You probably want to call them to find out however. With the funding they've receive from the CAF auction they may have some more attractive plans available if you're in one of those designated census blocks.

You can always go to, enter your Zip Code and find our what plans (if any) are currently being offered in your service area along with base pricing.

But do take some time to peruse this community to determine if satellite internet is going to meet your expectations and make sure there aren't better options where you live. Internet from space isn't what it's cracked up to be (regardless of how high tech it may sound).

P.S. Thanks for your service.
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Steve Frederick-VS1/Beam314, Champion

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I am a disabled Vietnam era veteran, and Viasat proved me the Liberty 12 GB plan for $50 a month.

BTW, that is the same cost to anyone in my beam, no matter what their age, veteran status.

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johnny c

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Another mature gentleman, thanks for your service Steve, you most likely didn't hear that back in the day, I know i didn't, but thanks again for your service and your common sense balanced contributions to this forum.
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no discount and if you need internet connection for any type of reason that works all the time stay clear. 
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Best advice I can give is to find out what your neighbors are using. The reliability and quality of internet broadcast over the air waves varies greatly by location.