IF YOU ARE THINKING OF USING VIASAT/WILD BLUE AS YOUR INTERNET PROVIDER. - BEWARE. Know that you are doing so at your peril. We have been bilked by an unscrupulous salesman who represented he was bundling our existing AT&T telephone service with Direct TV and AT&T internet, which would save us $25 per month on satellite service and $15. per month on AT&T internet service. He had only a order sheet from a company representing Direct TV with no information confirming the monthly charges nor the terms of the sale. He said they would arrive in the mail within five business days. To date, we have not received a single piece of paperwork from ANYONE other than ATT sending us the $100 VISA card (which the salesman said would be $300. When a debit to our credit card account which I had authorized the Direct TV charges to be auto deducted each month. When a charge for $74+ appeared on my bank statement showing Viasat I had no idea who that was. My bank had no phone number or contact info but said it was an internet service. Since the amount was $23.00 more than my internet service was supposed to be I called ATT, who told me we do not have ATT internet service. I spent the entire month trying to find out who our provider was. The following month Viasat's phone number appeared on my bank statement with the auto debit, and the phone was answered by Wild Blue. The agent refused to speak with me because I had no account number (which I had never been given). I spent much of the next month trying to find an account number. During the third month, a Direct TV representative was able to get a account number for me. When I called to discuss the wrong amount, Wild Blue said we had a contract with them. I told him we did not have a contract and I would attempt to locate the salesman and figure out what had happened. Then during the next month my internet was suddenly cut off for "non payment". I called Wild Blue and asked what had happened since they were auto deducting from my account. They told me my new monthly charge was $25 more per month. I told him to disconnect my service. He said there would be an early cancellation fee. I asked for a supervisor and a very rude "supervisor" told me the amount I had previously been billed was a 3 month promo. Any sane person would know I would not have ordered internet service for which I was paying $67 per month be increased to $107 per month after three months. Since I was in the middle of a work project when my service was cut off the supervisor agreed to turn the service back on if I would authorize a $77 charge to my bank account, which I did. Imagine my surprise when only a week later my account was again debited for $137+ by Viasat. I immediately disputed the charge with my bank. A few hours later my internet service was disconnected. Aside from those problems, the service was terrible, constantly interrupted - often several times a day. BE WARNED!!! Be prepared for the crappiest internet service you could ever have if you choose Viasat/Wild Blue as your provider. - my opinion, of course. - but that is exactly what we got.