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HughesNet HighSpeed BroadBand Satellite Internet Systems

We provide Professional HughesNet High Speed BroadBand Satellite Internet Systems Installations for either the HNS .74 Meter Dish for Home and Small Business Applications or the HNS .98 Meter Dish which is used primarily for Commercial Satellite Services Applications.  Both of the HughesNet Satellite Internet Systems work very well in Alaska and the Signal Strength for either System works in almost all weather conditions except for a very large Thunderstorm or Snowstorm directly between the Dish and Satellite.  Satellite Internet is more tolerant of adverse weather than Satellite TV, meaning that you will LOSE your Satellite Connection less often with Satellite Internet than with Satellite TV.  In other words, Satellite Internet is more reliable in adverse weather than Satellite TV is.  This difference is a function of the Electromagnetic Frequency which they both operate on.  The Satellite Internet Frequency penetrates the weather better and is not absorbed by the precipitation, snow or rain, as easily as the Satellite TV.

HughesNet Satellite Internet is available everywhere even where Cable Internet and DSL don't reach!  The Beauty, Performance, Convenience and Functional Use of Modern Satellite Based Technology is that you do NOT need to have ANY Land Based Connections at all.  You can be totally out in the middle of the Wilderness, with NO Connections to the Modern World, except thru your Satellite Based Internet.  All that you need in that case is an Alternative Source of Power. Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP)Phones and Chats DO work, but there are a few Limitations on their Operation which is caused primarily by the Satellite Delays.

HughesNet offers a SUITE of High-Speed connectivity solutions via Satellite for your (Suite Links Here: >>>) Home, Business, Enterprise or Government with DownLoad Speeds ranging from <1.0 Mbps to 5.0 Mbps.  The various Plans start from a DownLoad of 200 Megabits with the "Home Plan" up to 1,250 Megabits (1.25 Gigabits) in certain "Commercial Plans".  PLEASE check out the LINKS on "Satellite" Page to review the Pricing and Plans and also PLEASE READ the Fair Access Policy (FAP)  on the Legal Page, the FAP and other very useful Information available on the HughesNet WebSites.

By the way, compared to Cable or DSL,
HughesNet delivers the actual Data DownLoad and UpLoad Speeds as advertised whereas Cable and DSL may not, and that is observed from my First Hand Experience.  I am using a Cable Modem in Anchorage and to realize the same Real Life Speeds with Cable as I can obtain with HughesNet; I had to "UpGrade" my Cable to the 6,000 Mbps Service (that is 6 Gigaits) to be equivalent to the HughesNet 1.0 Gbps Service.  From my First Hand observation, I can say that HughesNet Performs better than the equivalent Cable or DSL.

NOTE:    BYTES vs BITS   HUH???  WHAT does THAT mean?       To Reduce the Confusion with Advertising about Internet SPEED Rates, I will explain the difference between:   BYTES and BITS.  There are 8 BITS in one BYTE.  Think of it this way:  If you buy Golf Balls, with 8 Balls inside ONE Package - EACH Golf Ball is a "bit", 8 bits in EACH Package, and the Package is a "byte", or 8 Golf Balls in ONE Package.  So, to make sense of this, if Company A advertises DownLoad Rates of 800 Kilobits per second (Kbps) and Company B advertises DownLoad Rates of 100 KiloBytes per second (KBps), they are EQUAL.  Divide the Kilobits by 8 to find the KiloBytes or Multiply the KiloBytes by 8 to find the Kilobits.  Here is another clue to what they are stating their DownLoad Rate with:  If the letter ("  b/B  ") is NOT Capitalized it is in BITS, if the letter IS Capitalized, it is in BYTES.

By this Multiply or Divide Bits or Bytes by the Number 8, then you can see their results on an equal forum, that is, " IF " their DownLoad Rates are actually as advertised, which none of them guarantee due to the amount of Customers who may be using the Internet at any time of the Day.  Early morning and Late at Night should give you the best DownLoad and UpLoad Speeds.  Note:  MOST Internet Speed Test WebSites give you the Results Calibrated in:  KiloBytes.

REMEMBER:  ALL Satellite Internet has a "Fair Access Policy"!!!  (FAP)  I have written a Description of how it works and also PLEASE go to the HughesNet WebSite to read their Fair Access Policy.  I have provided a Link on the Satellite Page.  OR use the Link here:         >>> Fair Access Policy <<<

HughesNet DownLoad Manager (HDM):  This is a Service / Tool provided by HughesNet to Assist you in staying WITHIN the Fair Access Policy (FAP) DownLoad Daily Maximum Limits.  HughesNet Systems provides a TimeFrame when the DownLoad is UnLimited!!!  This is a Good Benefit, however, that time is between 10 PM to 3 AM Alaska Standard or DayLight Time, when there are the fewest people using the Internet and OFF the Normal Business Hours.  IF you need to do large DownLoads, Large Files, then use the HDM to schedule that DownLoad during the "Free Time", or stay up late.  Windows UpDates WILL EXCEED your Fair Access Policy Limits.  TURN OFF your "Automatic UpDate" and do the UpDates Manually during the Free Time.  Please read my explanation of how the FAP works on the BroadBand Page below at:  Description >>> FAP. <<<  Opens in a NEW Window.  NOTE:  Your Computer MUST be ON and Running to use the HDM to DownLoad your desired File during the "Five (5) Hours of Free Time" between the Hours of 10 PM to 3 AM in either Alaska Standard or DayLight Savings Time.


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Satellite Internet is available everywhere! With HughesNet® as your HighSpeed Internet Service Provider, your Super-Fast, always-on Satellite Internet Access is ready when you are - NO dialing in, NO waiting and NO tied-up Phone Lines.  You can DownLoad Files in SECONDS, check e-Mail instantly and SURF FASTER than you ever imagined.  HughesNet is compatible with Windows®, so getting OnLine anywhere in the USA and the entire North American Continent is easy!


Satellite Alignment and Visibility:  Satellite Transponders (Antennas ON the Satellite) are adjusted by the Satellite Owner / Operator to broadcast over a specific Geographical Area.  The Horizons 1 / Galaxy 13 Satellite which HughesNet uses in Alaska BroadCasts across the entire State of Alaska.  Therefore, as long as you have an un-restricted view of the SouthEastern Sky at approximately 130 Degrees Magnetic Direction at an Elevation above the very distant Horizon of approximately 7 Degrees for Barrow and Dutch Harbor or 18 Degrees for SouthEast Alaska, and no other Obstructions in that Line of Sight from the Ground to the Satellite, you should be in a Location which can be Aligned with the Satellite for the Signal Reception.

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Check with us for the current HughesNet Offers and Promotions; for Mail-In Rebates and other possible Promotions which make HughesNet even more affordable than the regular Price.

               To Check Out the Current Promotions and Offers for a New HughesNet Installation:              

>>>>>  Promotions and Offers  <<<<<

 
To DownLoad the PDF File Forms for your Rebates click the Link above.  Also to Check on your Rebate Status Click on the Link above and enter your ORDER Date; that is not the Date that your HughesNet Systems was Installed, but the Date that your ORDER was placed with HughesNet by the Dealer.
   To get started on your way to having a HughesNet System Installed at your Home or Business:   

 
                                                >>>>>  Order NOW!  <<<<<

The HughesNet Systems .74 Meter Dish with a 1 Watt Transmitter:

                                 

                                 This is the Home / Small Office HughesNet System.

The HughesNet Systems .98 Meter Dish with a 2 Watt Transmitter:

                                 

                            This is a Commercial HughesNet System on a Pole Mount.

NOTE:  HughesNet Systemsdoes have a Larger: 1.2 Meter Commercial System for those Businesses which require an "Extreme System" with Higher FAP Limits, DownLoad and Upload Speeds.  We do not Install those Systems very often due to the much Lower Demand for those Systems.

Also, for THIS Larger Dish and it's corresponding increased Weight and Wind Resistance Application or Installation, there will be Additional Structural Considerations for Attachment to Buildings or Pole Mountings.  Depending upon the Structure and Location, in some cases there are Additional Structural and Attachment Considerations for the 2 Systems above.
HughesNet in Alaska is different than it is in the Lower 48 States.

Reality in Alaska:   The reality is that HughesNet Systems is primarily focused in the Lower 48 because, comparatively, Alaska is a very small market.  Also, the fact that the Road System here in Alaska is nothing like it is in the Lower 48 where there is Access to virtually any Location via Road.  Therefore, Alaska is treated differently than Kansas, or any other State because our Geography and Road System are different.
The Installation of a HughesNet System is treated differently in Alaska.  There are no "free" Installations unlike the "qualifying plans" in the Lower 48 States.  There really are very few "free" Installations in the Lower 48 States because many of the Locations will not fit the "qualifying plan".  Therefore, most Installations in the Lower 48 States do not end up as "free Installations", as you may have seen on TV.
Alaskan Dealer:   All HughesNet Systems Sold and Installed in Alaska are to be REQUIRED to be Puchased thru an Alaskan Dealer and Installed by a Certified HughesNet Alaskan Installer.  This is a requirement by HughesNet Systems.  The Federal Communications Administration, FCC, REQUIRES that ANYONE who Installs, Modifies or Operates TRANSMITTERS to be Trained and Licensed, or in the case of Satellite Internet, to be Trained and Certified by, in our case, HughesNet Systems.

If you obtain a HughesNet Systems by other means, from OUTSIDE of Alaska thru a different NON-Alaskan Dealer or if you Purchase a USED HughesNet Systems, it may NOT be possible to have your System Commissioned and put OnLine onto the Satellite, without the Assistance and Services of a Certified Alaskan Installer, therefore you may have wasted your money.  CALL Will Johnson, the Alaskan Dealer whom i work with FIRST, we will have Ideas and better Options for you or we can help you make the right choices to get you Commissioned and OnLine with HughesNet for a good Price.

>>>>>     To Contact Will Johnson by Phone:   1-907-451-0088     or     Toll Free:   1-888-396-5632

You may have also brought your OWN Previously Purchased and Installed HughesNet Systems with you from the "Lower 48" to Alaska.  NO PROBLEM!!!  At the minimum, and for your benefit, you should CONTACT an Alaskan Dealer for a Professional Installation of YOUR System.  CALL Will Johnson, the Alaskan Dealer whom i work with FIRST, we will have Ideas and better Options for you or we can help you make the right choices to get you Commissioned and OnLine with HughesNet for a good Price.

Occasionally a prospective HughesNet Systems Customer will contact a Dealer in the Lower 48 states who will tell them that they can Sell and Install anywhere, including Alaska, but you will never be contacted by "their" Installer, your order will die in CyberSpace, or if you are fortunate your name may be passed on to an Alaskan Dealer.  The majority of the "ReSellers" in the Lower 48 are reputable and will tell you to contact a Dealer in Alaska.  However, there are exceptions, thru Ignorance or otherwise.

Certified Installer:   All HughesNet Installations are  required to be completed by a HughesNet Systems Certified Installer.  Satellite Internet is a 2 way Communications:  A Receiver and a Transmitter.  The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Regulates all Transmitters in the United States and requires that each Installer be Trained and Certified under an approved Training Program.

All Installers who work with the
HughesNet Systems Dealer:   Will Johnson, of Alaska Satellite Internet, have been Trained under the Supervision of HughesNet Systems.  This Training primarily covers the requirements of FCC Rules and Regulations, the HughesNet Systems Company Procedures and Requirements and certain Electrical Codes as they pertain to the Installation of HughesNet Satellite Equipment.

NOTE:  There are very serious considerations for the PROPER Attachment of the OutDoor Unit (ODU) to the STRUCTURE of the House or other building which will Support the Dish and Mount.  IF the ODU is NOT Properly Attached to the Structure; your HughesNet Systems will NEVER be Reliable due to the fact that the Dish Alignment with the Satellite WILL Shift and cause Reception and Transmission Problems:  Transmit and Receive with the Signal TO and FROM the Satellite, OR, you may lose your Satellite Access completely.

Seasonal Shifting of Structures or the Ground MAY be a factor which affects your Installation.  Great care must be taken to ensure that the Installation is completely secure and not affected by "frost heaves", etc.

A Pole Mounted HughesNet Systems also requires that the situation with Seasonal Shifting be considered and minimized or eliminated.  The Pole must be properly "planted" deep enough, with a LOT of Concrete, the Pole "staked" into the Concrete and the Pipe FILLED with Concrete.  When a Pole is Installed PROPERLY, they should be stable year round.

Proper Materials and Procedures are absolutely NECESSARY!!!  I have seen MANY very poor quality Installations, especially with Satellite TV.  The Pipe used for the Pole Mount MUST be a Schedule 40 (wall thickness) with a 2-1/4" Outside Diameter.  I have seen MANY Satellite TV Dish Installations which were completed with Electro Mechanical Tubing (EMT), which is Electrical Conduit for Commercial Grade Wiring or Fence Pipe, NEITHER of which is Strong enough or Acceptable for the Installation of a HughesNet Systems.

The Coaxial Cables between the In Door Unit (IDU aka: Modem) and the Out Door Unit (ODU aka: Dish) also MUST be properly Run, Secured and Attached to the Structure of the House or other Building or Buried in the Ground or Properly run Above the Ground with a Pole Mounted HughesNet Systems.

Leaving a "twisted trip hazard mess" strung across the Ground, over Fences, over Buildings and over other Objects is NOT the display of a Professional Quality Installation!  This shows that the Installer has done a VERY SLOPPY job on that Installation with very LOW QUALITY Workmanship and the Reliability must, therefore, be suspect.

If your Coaxial Cable is DAMAGED from the cause of a Poor Quality Installation, ask yourself, will that Installer give you any "warranty" on his POOR QUALITY work?  Probably NOT, if he is in such a "hurry" to "get your job done" and move on to the "next job" or for his own personal reasons.  REMEMBER, in Alaska, HughesNet Systems WILL charge YOU for a Service Call, there is NO "real warranty" in Alaska.  ANY Warranty is up to the Dealer and the Installer.  So, if you have ANY problems, CALL THE DEALER!

ALL Coaxial Connectors MUST be of the Out Door Type, which are "environmentally" sealed.  HughesNet Systems also requires that the additional precaution of applying an additional sealing method OVER the Connections to ensure that NO Water penetrates into the Coax Connection.  A Ground Block is also a National Electrical Code (NEC) Requirement and reduces the possibility of INTERFERENCE with the Satellite Reception caused by Static Electricity.  The Ground Bock "shorts" the Static Electricity to the Ground, and in some cases may save your IDU or other sensitive Electronics from being damaged.

You NEED a Grounding Block for BOTH Satellite TV and for Satellite Internet, REGARDLESS of the Brand or Who Installs the System.  The Ground Block is attached at or on the Structure close to where the Coax Cable will Penetrate the Outside of the Structure to bring the Coax into the Building where it will be connected to the IDU.

The Grounding Block is connected with a Copper Wire to a Steel and Copper Alloy Grounding Stake driven into the Ground or by other means, such as a Water Pipe or Well Casing, to Earth Ground.


Customer Installed:   Some people ask if they can Install the HughesNet Satellite Internet System themselves.  The answer is NO and sort of a YES.  If you obtain the proper Training and Certification from HughesNet Systems and have the Knowledge and Skill to PROPERLY and SAFELY Install the System, then you may be able to do your own Installation.

However, it is far more likely that, in the long run, it will cost more Money, and certainly your time, for you to obtain the Training and Certification than the Installer will charge.  You will also expend a considerable amount of time learning how to Align the Dish onto the Satellite properly.  This is not your average TV Dish Installation.  It is a long day of work for an experienced Installer, usually an average of 12 hours including all the PaperWork that
HughesNet Systems requires.  If you try to Install a HughesNet System yourself, you do not have any "free" support from HughesNet Systems or from an Alaskan Dealer or Installer.

There are
HughesNet Systems that have been brought to Alaska by a HughesNet Subscriber who had their System Installed in a Lower 48 state in the past and then they moved to Alaska.  HughesNet Systems publishes a document for Dealers which lists the "Poorly Performing Systems".  Almost without exception all of the HughesNet Systems on this list are "self installs".

There are 3 AXIS (X, Y & Z aka: Elevation, Azimuth and Roll or Skew) which must be almost perfectly Aligned (within approximately 0 to1/4 of a Degree) onto the Horizons 1 / Galaxy 13 Satellite.  If you do not have the SoftWare, HardWare and Experience to properly Align a HughesNet Systems, HighSpeed Satellite Internet System onto the Satellite, your chances of getting it correct are very low or impossible.

Occasionally, a Customer is able to purchase a
HughesNet Systems from a Dealer in the Lower 48 states, or elsewhere, and have it shipped to the Customer for a "self install".  Most of these HughesNet Systems are never put into service because the Customer is not able to put the HughesNet Systems OnLine by themself because they can not properly Align the System onto the Satellite, or even find the proper Satellite.

These unfortunate Customers are not able to get any Technical Assistance from the Dealer whom they purchased their HughesNet Systems from.  They are "left out in the cold" and have no alternative to get their System Commissioned other than to hire an Alaskan Installer, which they would have been much better off doing in the first place and save a lot of time, money and frustration.

Warranty in Alaska:   There is no
HughesNet Systems supported Warranty in Alaska.  Warranty in Alaska is by the good graces of the Dealer and the Installer.  In the very rare possibility that a Component of a HughesNet Systems fails, HughesNet Systems does stand behind the Dealer in replacing a defective unit.  However, if you call HughesNet Systems FIRST and set up a "Repair Ticket", HughesNet Systems WILL, in most cases, charge you for a Service Call.

CALL THE DEALER OR INSTALLER BEFORE CALLING HughesNet Systems.  Repairs / Warranty need to be coordinated WITH and set up BY the Dealer and and in conjunction with an Installer, it is NOT done thru HughesNet Systems in Alaska.  BE aware of this "Alaskan Anomaly, this is NOT your typical Mother's House in the middle of nowhere in Kansas or anywhere else in the Lower 48 States.

System Reliability:   The
HughesNet Systems are very reliable.  When properly Installed on a Secure Structure that is not subject to shifting during seasonal changes, the HughesNet System will stay very well Aligned onto the Satellite.  An Installer may stop by to check on your Alignment or if you are having any difficulties an Installer may schedule and plan to stop by to check your Alignment when in your general area while completing other Installations.

Call the Dealer or the Installer when you have any Questions.
DO NOT CALL HughesNet Systems FIRST!!!

Alaskan Satellite:   The Satellite that provides the Signal for Alaska is called "Galaxy 13 / Horizons 1".  There are a number of Transponders (Transmit and Receive Antennas) on this Satellite which are used by
HughesNet to deliver the Signal to your Computer thru the HughesNet System.  The Satellite is NOT owned by HughesNet but space is Leased for the Signal to Alaska. HughesNet Systems owns other Satellites which are used in the Lower 48 States and there are some differences in the available Features, Programs or Plans and Services advertised on some of the HughesNet System WebSites.  There may be some slight differences in the Speeds advertised in Plans and Pricing.  Horizons 1 is a relatively new Satellite but the newer HughesNet System Satellites are a little more powerful and do have more features.


Fair Access Policy (FAPUnrecognized Guid format.) - Description of How it Works:   The Fair Access Policy, as described on the HughesNet Subscriber Policies Legal Page, is a necessary "Tool" which Satellite Internet Providers use to allow each Customer / Subscriber equal Access to the available BandWidth on the Satellite which is connecting the Internet to the Subscriber's Modem.  The "Modem" is actually called the "InDoor Unit" or IDU.  The "OutDoor Unit" or ODU is the Dish and Radio Transmitter and Receiver which is Aligned to Transmit to and Receive the Satellite Internet Signal.

Most Subscribers stay within Limits of the DownLoad Terms and Conditions according to the Plan which the Customer / Subscriber has Subscribed to.  However, some people attempt to exceed the FAP Limits of their Plan and then are LIMITED to a lower DownLoad Speed once they have exceeded their DownLoad threshold, which is the Quantity of Data in MegaBytes.

When the FAP Limits have been exceeded your HughesNet System will still function but at a RATE similar to Dial-Up Speeds.  This Limitation will last for approximately 24 Hours, after which the Normal Speed will be returned to the Subscriber.  During the "Five (5) Hours of Free Time" between the Hours of 10 PM to 3 AM in either Alaska Standard or DayLight Savings Time, the Subscriber will NOT be Limited / Restricted on the DownLoad Speed during the "Free Time" as when the Subscriber's "Normal" DownLoad Speed is being Restricted.  The "Normal" time frame is from 3 AM to 10 PM Alaska Times.

PLEASE UNDERSTAND:  EVERYTHING that you see on your Computer Screen IS a DownLoad from the Satellite TO your Computer.  At this time the FAP only applies to the DownLoad Data, but not to the UpLoad Data.  If you Listen to Music or watch Video Clips, that is ALL counted toward your DownLoad Limit for the Day.  Satellite TV BroadCasts a Signal with a constant output of Data.  It does not matter if only 1 TV Subscriber is watching TV or if a Million Subscribers are watching TV; the Quantity of Data being Transmitted is the same, it does NOT change with the number of Television Sets displaying the TV Program.

With Satellite Internet, EACH Subscriber's Information is UNIQUE.  If there are No Subscribers OnLine on the Internet at any given time, then the Data Transfer is 0 MegaBytes.  There are ONLY a limited number of MegaBytes that can be Transmitted by the Satellite each second.  The BandWidth of the Satellite, the Maximum Number of MegaBytes of Information, that can be Transmitted is a serious consideration for the Satellite Internet Service Provider.  Therefore, the Fair Access Policy became necessary to give FAIR and EQUAL Access to each Subscriber according to the Plan which they signed up for.  Without the FAP the Satellite could be over loaded by a small number of Subscribers DownLoading Large Files all at the same time, such as DownLoading Movies.

If you primarily send and receive e-Mails, Surf the Internet, Listen to Music or DownLoad Video Clips which come in e-Mails you are not too likely to exceed your Plan Limits.  It is very easy to change your Plan with HughesNet Systems to UpGrade to a higher Plan Limit or to reduce your Plan Limits.

HNS has ways to check your Internet Usage.  You can go to the HNS Modem Portal Page at:  (NO www) 192.168.1.1 which is the Address INSIDE the Modem for Information.  You can find your DownLoad Status Live in Real Time there.  Also in the Customer Care Page, Tools, Check Usage, the select your Modem, which is usually the HN7000S at:  http://customercare.myhughesnet.com/frm_usage.cfm,  >>> Check Usage <<<.  Enter your Site ID, from the Modem Portal, or you can find it in your PaperWork that the Installer gives to you.  On this Page you can see your Daily Usage for "This month" or "Prior month".

Another very handy "Tool" for you to use is a Real Time "Status Meter" that you can DownLoad and have on your Computer's Status Bar, usually at the bottom of your screen, to keep track of your Usage and Available Usage to make it easy to stay within your Plan Limits.  It is a "headache" to be Limited / Restricted, or as they say "FAPped" when you want to need a higher DownLoad Speed.

Here is an Allegory / Example of or a Description of HOW the Fair Access Policy works.  In the Certification Class to become a HughesNet Systems Installer this Allegory was used.  This example uses a Water Well with a Water Pump, a Water Holding Tank and a Water Faucet to use the Water.

The Well with the Water Pump is the "Limited DownLoad Rate", which is determined by your Subscripton Plan.  The Water Holding Tank is your Plan's Average Maximum number of MegaBytes of Daily Usage.  The Water Faucet is your Access to the Stored Water in the Water Tank and is controlled by you for the Quantity of Water (Data Transfer - DownLoad) that you use.

The Water Well and Water Pump FILL your Water Tank at a fairly Slow Rate, as determined by your Plan.  This Rate is approximately the same as your Limited / Restricted Rate, also as determined by your Plan.  The Water Tank is the Maximum Number of MegaBytes, for example, 200 MB, which you have available to you at a DownLoad Rate according to your Plan.  The Water Faucet is your Internet Access to the available Plan Limit in MegaBytes.

As you are using the Internet you are also using "Water" (Data) from your Storage Tank.  If you are using Data DownLoads at a Rate which is approximately the same as the Fill Rate, your available Water (Data) will stay at or close to the Full Quantity, your Maximum available Data DownLoad.  Your Water Tank Fills continuously, all day, 24 hours per day.  If you make too many DownLoads in too short of a time frame and use up your entire Tank of Water, you will "run out of water", in other words, you will have exceeded your Daily MegaByte Allotment.

When you have been "FAPped", or are now Limited / Restricted on your DownLoad Speed, you will "Fill" for approximately 24 hours before the Limit / Restriction is removed and you have your Normal DownLoad Rate restored to you.  Therefore, to prevent being at "Dial-Up Speed" for a Day, it is a very good idea to keep track of your Available Data Usage with the Modem Portal Page or the Status Meter.

Also, PLEASE visit the HNS Legal Page with the   >>> Fair Access Policy <<<      Thank You!


Satellite TV:
Are you looking for Satellite TV?  DishNetWork?

We recommend Satellite Alaska in Anchorage, Alaska for all of your Satellite TV needs.  They are located at:   2208 Cleveland Ave., Anchorage, Alaska 99517.  I do DishNetWork Installations for Satellite Alaska.

The Store is located in Spenard, at the corner of Spenard and Cleveland.  Look for the Building with all the Satellite Dishes mounted on top.
Contact them by Phone:   Mike @   907-243-7475 

Some of the Installers for the Alaska Dealer, Will Johnson of Alaska Satellite Internet (ASI) also do Satellite Television Installations either Independently or along with the HughesNet SystemsSatellite Internet Installations.  Make your Request with ASI / Will Johnson for any questions regarding the Installation of Satellite Television, or give Mike a Call at:   Satellite Alaska.


Professional Computer NetWork Systems Installations.

Do you need Computer NetWorking Solutions?  The HughesNet Systems Indoor Unit (IDU / Modem) can be connected directly to virtually any Standard or WireLess Router and then connect many Computers to the Internet, all at the same time thru the Router with a properly set up Local Area NetWorking (LAN) System.

Do you need to have your current Office, either Home Business or Commercial Offices wired with CAT 6 Data Cable (Category 6 Data Cable) to connect your Computer Systems with a Local Area Network within your Business Offices or Home Office?

If you need additional Satellite Services, Internet or TV, Data or Phone Systems Installed, you can Contact me or the Alaska Dealer, Will Johnson, to have me or another Qualified Technician do that work for you.

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