Get DISH and Internet
We partner with Internet providers nationwide so you can order Internet and TV in one phone call.
- Free TV installation in up to 6 rooms
- 2-year TV price guarantee
- 24/7 customer support
Getting Internet and DISH Network is Easy and Affordable
DISH Network gives you the power to get TV and Internet all in one phone call at a price you can afford. Just choose your services, pick a speed, and watch the savings roll in.
- Host movie nights and stream your favorite films and television programs
- Get a speed that accommodates working from home or studying for school
- Keep in constant communication with friends and family, all at a price you’ll love
Enjoy Custom Internet Speeds at Maximum Value
When you get Internet from our partners, you don't pay for speeds you don't need. Instead, you'll get a custom High-Speed Internet package that works for your family:
- Access a high-quality, reliable connection
- Get FREE professional installation in up to 6 rooms
You’ll get the best of both in savings and quality, with custom features and a price that works for you.
Experience the DISH Difference
No matter where you're located, our High-Speed Internet partners have your back with fast speeds and reliable service.
Choose one of the excellent package offers from our exclusive satellite internet or third-party DSL service partners.
Frequently Asked Questions
Does DISH Network offer internet?
DISH still supports dishNET for current customers, and now we offer a wide range of exciting new products if you're looking for high-speed internet where you live.
We’ve partnered with various local providers like HughesNet and Frontier Communications, so your new ordering options consist of fiber, DSL, or satellite Internet. Provider and Internet availability is dependent on where you live. Restrictions apply. Internet is not provided by DISH and billed separately.
Can I get internet in remote areas? And if so, how can I get high speed internet in rural areas?
Dial-up is still one of the main types of Internet available in rural areas. If you’re unfamiliar with dial-up, it is an Internet connection that uses a modem in conjunction with your phone line. Dial-up ties up your phone line and speeds are often slow.
DSL is another option for Internet in remote areas. Where available, DSL provides more consistent Internet without interfering with your ability to make and receive calls. Upload speeds can be minimal, however, making it hard to share files.
Satellite Internet is almost always your best option if you live in a remote or rural area. With improved satellite technology, speeds and reliability of Satellite Internet have increased, giving customers higher speeds. However, data caps may exist.
Check out our partners’ websites to see what's available in your area.