How do I speak directly to corporate?

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I have contacted the main number to resolve my continually slow internet speeds and have received a multitude of "solutions" that only resolve the problem for 1 to 2 hours. The last interaction with a supervisor only lead me to believe that all other troubleshooting was worthless and nothing will resolve the issue. I asked for the corporate number only to be told none existed. How do I get a hold of the corporate office or even speak with anyone who can resolve my issue?
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Tim Boling

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Send an email to viasatlistens@viasat.com. That will be received by a moderator of these forums who works for corporate.
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James Besser

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slow speed it is what it is have too learn too live with it has it ups and has its downs
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Brad, Viasat Employee

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I see this was not replied to. VeteranSatUser is correct. That will go to myself of a member of our team. We are part of the Corporate Social Care team based in our Denver office. Please email us if you have questions or concerns
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Brad, I forwarded an email I got from a customer who used the "find a retailer" tool to try to get a problem taken care of. Please be on the lookout for it. Case # 01984657

Andy
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Brad, Viasat Employee

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I saw that one I'm 4 emails away from it! thank you!
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Andy Schack, Champion

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All the higher-ups are on the Top Dealers incentive trip and won't be back for a week. I could have gone but I have a strict rule on traveling to 3rd world countries......not to mention, they really wouldn't want to be around me right now. 

Andy
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They wouldn't want to hear from others either.

What frustrates me most is the variable pricing. I get areas that have high density beams is one thing, but to charge more for less in some areas just is not right and a bad business model .
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The pricing in Large beams is INTENDED to discourage sales. This isn't my opinion, it's what I was told. 

Andy
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Well they are doing a good job at it!

Things sure have changed since the launch of Viasat-2 about one year ago.  What a difference a year makes!

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That's why I can't really gripe too much about my situation to the higher-ups.....kinda hard to get someone to change when you are suffering their desired effects of their plans. 

Andy
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Well I am sure there are reasons for that strategy right now...  But I won't post my theory here :)