All HughesNet Plans Include:
- No Hard Data Limits
If you exceed your plan data, you’ll stay connected. However, during high-traffic periods, you may experience reduced speeds1
- Fast Speeds
25 Mbps download speeds, 3 Mbps upload speeds.2
- Built-in Wi-Fi
Connect multiple devices in your home.
- Video Data Saver
We'll automatically adjust data rates for streaming video so you can watch more and use less!3
Frequently Asked Questions
HughesNet for Business offers more benefits—more data (up to 250 GB), more simultaneous users, more maintenance options, more support tailored to business needs, and a larger, more powerful dish. HughesNet service also comes with more Anytime Data that can be used in the evenings for families that share space with a home business! Please speak with a sales representative to evaluate your Internet requirements so they can provide you a recommendation for service.
Satellite Internet service is available everywhere, even in areas with slow DSL and where fiber and cable options will not reach. With satellite Internet, the signal is sent from a satellite to a satellite dish mounted on your property, which connects to a modem inside. The modem includes Wi-Fi so that your phone, computer and other Wi-Fi devices can connect to the Internet.
All Residential service plans are eligible for the program. Learn more at https://legal.hughesnet.com/acp. Business plans are not eligible at this time.
Some people may be hesitant to subscribe to satellite Internet because of myths they've heard – or because they are unaware of the convenience and quality offered by high-speed satellite Internet providers.
Myth #1 – Satellite Internet service providers don't reach rural areas. Hughes offers satellite Internet everywhere in the contiguous United States, including rural areas. Hughes is a reliable satellite Internet provider that supplies high-speed Internet service in areas where there is slow or no high-speed options.
Myth #2 – The satellite dish must be attached to a roof. Although 97% of the time satellite antennas are attached to the roof of a home, satellite Internet service providers don't always require it. A certified HughesNet installer is able to determine the best location on (or near) your residence where the satellite dish should be mounted.
Myth #3 – Using Satellite Internet ties up your phone line. HughesNet delivers two-way, high-speed Internet access over satellite – not over your telephone line – so you can talk on the phone and surf the Web at the same time. That can save you money by eliminating the need for a second phone line.
Myth #4 – Satellite Internet equipment is big and complicated. The bulky eight-foot wide satellite dishes from the 1980s are a thing of the past, at least when it comes to the needs of most businesses. HughesNet customers only need a computer, a modem, two coaxial cables, and the satellite antenna. The antenna is about the same size as most ordinary satellite TV dishes.
Myth #5 – When it is cloudy, satellite Internet doesn't work. Your satellite Internet connection is not affected by most clouds. Satellite Internet from HughesNet is only affected by weather in extreme circumstances such as heavy storms or unusually dense clouds. If you have difficulties with your service, contact HughesNet Customer Care and Technical Support staff.