Why no service in zip 23024?

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NO Service
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Billy

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Old Labs (VS1-329)

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Very close to me... both Viasat-1 and Viasat-2 plans have been closed to new subscribers for a couple months to prevent over subscription. 
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Spinninghorse, Champion

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Do you mean your service is down or no plans?
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Brad, Viasat Employee

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What Old Labs said (new Dog pic?)

Basically some areas we may temporarily halt new subscriptions due to high demand and limited availability (ie not enough bandwidth in that area to support). That does change time to time so I'd recommend checking every so often 
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The reason I asked my question is because I am in 23024. I have service, as in the service is up and running. As a customer, I have never been offered Viasat-2 plans. There are plans available. 
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Old Labs (VS1-329)

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Interesting... here's what I get for 23024:



at viasat.com/internet which shows a different number for ordering.
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Spinninghorse, Champion

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Weird. I used this link:  https://www.exede-sales.com
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Old Labs (VS1-329)

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Looks like that's an "authorized" retailer in California DBA as Blacksheep Enterprises, LLC:



Heckuva drive to Virginia for install ;) There are a ton of those exede* domains registered some legit, some maybe not.
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Brad, Viasat Employee

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As far as availability goes I'd recommend viasat.com/internet to see what's in the area