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Family-owned and operated by industry professionals

O’C Satellite, Inc. is your local, professional satellite installer for northern New England. Sean O’Connor is the business owner and installer, and Kate runs the office. Sean does each and every installation himself, relying on three decades of experience. Sean has a degree in electrical engineering technology and began installing big satellite dishes in 1986.

Who do you think will give you a better installation: The owner of a company with a degree in his field or an employee found via an 800 number? Do yourself a favor and deal with a local company that has a store location where you can visit and speak with the owners instead of someone in a call center who might not even be in the United States.

We also offer toll-free tech support for any system we installed. We offer Viasat (formerly Exede) satellite internet, and both DIRECTV and DISH TV services along with Honeywell security and camera systems. We also sell and install Wilson cell phone boosters and Channel Master roof antennas.

  • Owned and operated by Sean O’Connor
  • Our owner is also our installer
  • Backed by almost thirty years of experience in satellite communications
  • Offering satellite internet, television services, security systems and other products

Areas We Serve

Serving towns in Caledonia, Orleans, Essex, and Orange Counties in Vermont, and Coos and Grafton Counties in New Hampshire. This includes, Barnet, Barton, Cabot, Concord, Craftsbury, Danville, Burke, St. Johnsbury, Lyndon, Hardwick, McIndoe, Peacham, Passumpsic, Sheffield, Sutton, Waterford, and Wells River, Vermont, as well as Dalton, Lancaster, Littleton, Monroe, and Woodsville, New Hampshire.

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