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Satellite Internet history

Satellite Internet was first developed for military use. Today, satellite technology is an important source of radio, TV, and Internet access for many people nationwide, and has proved to be an advantage for homeowners in remote areas that aren’t serviced by cable or fiber Internet providers. Subscribers in rural areas who switch from dial-up to HughesNet will enjoy increased speed, as well as an Internet connection that doesn’t tie up the phone line.

Why is HughesNet so widely available?

Satellite Internet like HughesNet works where other types of Internet don’t. Instead of depending on local cables and wires like dial-up, DSL and cable Internet services do, satellite Internet like HughesNet uses advanced satellite technology to provide great entertainment whenever it’s needed, regardless of location or population density. Other Internet service providers can’t compete with HughesNet availability due to infrastructure constraints.

HughesNet advantages

HughesNet customers can get an Internet connection available anywhere.^ The dedicated satellite dish at your home will communicate with a Hughes satellite in space to deliver quality Internet access on demand.

Getting HughesNet

Have questions about satellite Internet or availability in your area? Need help comparing other Internet providers with HughesNet? Internet plans from Hughes have options to meet your needs. Affordable Internet access is just a phone call away. Whether you have a big family with multiple devices or a small household with only a few, there’s a HughesNet Internet plan to suit your needs and budget. Call today to learn more.

*Available on the Max and Ultra service plans only. Actual speeds may vary and are not guaranteed.

^HughesNet is available anywhere in the contiguous US with a clear view of the southern sky, and is limited in Alaska and Hawaii and Puerto Rico.