Dish network or Direct TV for my new home?

Plane over the earth - Maybe if I were in a plane over the earth,I could see what would give me better TV....LOL
United States
January 24, 2007 10:28am CST
I'm moving Monday down to a nearby Lake resort area to run a hotel. Problem is that it's pretty remote and I have just a few options for internet and TV{no channels at all with out a provider}. So,I've been exploring options;it looks like it's a match between direct TV and Dish... They look the same to me n price,installation and service,but I'd like opinions from y'all on this before I make a choice,k?Thanks in advance... Lela
2 responses
@pirtlems (245)
• United States
25 Jan 07
from what i have heard they are both good providers . but i don't really know as i use cable .
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• United States
25 Jan 07
eh! thanks anyway :)
@darckj (885)
• Philippines
26 Jun 07
i'll be happy to assist you with your concern..: ) if you are moving frequently, DISH network has a promotion called dish movers.. it normally costs $99.95, but if you have a warranty called dish home protection, it will be for free..all you have to do is to bring your remote and receiver [the box] and dish installers will install a new antenna for you.. regarding the internet, dish offers internet services through its partner companies.. youcan have your dsl in your new location, and if not, have the satellite internet connection called wildblue.. dish network also offers hbo for 14.99, cinemax, showtime and starz [12.99 each].. but if you will opt to have two premium channels, you will only have $22 for any two channels, $31 for any 3, $40, for any four premium movies..