September 15, 2020 – Viasat announced today the expansion of its reliable, high-quality residential internet service to 14 additional states in Brazil. In July, Viasat launched its Brazil residential service in seven states and the Federal District. With its latest expansion, Viasat now offers service to more than 93% of the country’s population across 21 states and the Federal District. The company expects to be the only satellite internet service provider (ISP) capable of making high-speed internet available across 100 percent of the country, upon completion of the residential launch rollout. Brazilian residents across all five regions of the country can now subscribe to Viasat’s satellite internet service with speeds up to 20 Megabits per second (Mbps) and data-rich packages that offer up to 80 Gigabytes (GB) of data per month, enabling them to enjoy online access for daily activities including social media, video streaming content, video call services, work-from-home, online education, sending/receiving emails and unlimited chat and web browsing.