Yes, Viasat has a grace period. While you will have a significant amount of time to pay your bill, your Viasat services won’t actually get cut off until a day or two after the due date. But there are some good ways to prevent this situation altogether.

The first thing you need to know is that by logging into your Viasat account, whether on the website or in the Viasat account app, you can have access to everything you need regarding your Viasat subscription, account, and billing information. This is the place to go if you want to prevent needing that grace period.

Because Viasat is paperless, you’ll receive your bill via email, so make sure you aren’t waiting for those numbers in an envelope. Check your email regularly to make sure you don’t miss your Viasat bill.

There’s nothing to be scared of here. You already know what the bill is going to say. That’s because Viasat has no surprise changes and no extra fees, no matter how much data you use. Other than the discount you get for the first three months of use, your monthly fee will be the same for the entirety of your two-year contract.

Once you receive your bill, you can log into your account and pay with a credit or debit card. You can save your billing information online so that this process online takes a few clicks and a couple minutes. You can even do it inside your Viasat app. While paying like this is an easy way to stay ahead of the billing schedule and never miss a payment, it’s not the easiest way.

The easiest way is automatic billing. Just open your account in a web page or in the app, go to billing, and then select the automatic billing option. You’ll select which payment you want to use and then you’re good to go. You won’t need to worry about needing that grace period ever again.

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