RadioShack announces dishNET broadbandRadioShack of Alexandria, an authorized Dish retailer, is expanding the availability of its broadband service with the launch of dishNET, a high-speed Internet service via satellite.
RadioShack of Alexandria, an authorized Dish retailer, is expanding the availability of its broadband service with the launch of dishNET, a high-speed Internet service via satellite.
Ideal for rural residents underserved, or unserved, by wireline broadband, dishNET offers 4G-level speeds that are about 50 percent faster than the typical residential broadband connections in American homes.
The dishNET satellite service offers rural residents download speeds up to 10 megabytes per second (Mbps). These speeds are fast enough for typical Internet applications, including social media, telecommuting, music streaming, online video streaming and even Voice Over Internet Protocol (VoIP) services.
Satellite broadband service includes five @dishNET.com e-mail accounts, each with 2 GB of storage and an easy-to-configure online mail portal that combines web search, news, entertainment and weather updates.
For more information on package details or to sign-up for dishNET, call (320) 759-5700 or visit www.desrs.com.
RadioShack of Long Prairie, an authorized retailer for Dish, provides Central Minnesota with satellite TV sales and installation, delivering quality programming and technology with the most choices at the best value.
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