not contract. call Hughes before it is installed. tell them you want to set up a account for a customer with used equipment. I think they will still need a CC for the first months payment but there will be not contract.
How much value would you get if you take up HughesNet. I've been looking around and don't know whether to use them. I don't know much about it.
Anybody have any suggestions?http:///www.elitesat.com/hughesnet.asp
If you do go with Hughes I would not go with the company you have listed. They have false information on their website about the product vs. Wildblue.
Hughes has a new service called KA service coming out soon. If you are not in desperate need I would try to wait, but if you do have some other alternative other than satellite internet look into that service.
Were did you find this company? They are self proclaimed the number 1 dealer in the country, while they are bragging about themselves they say "Your installer will bring out new HughesNet satellite Internet equipment on the day of your installation. Our network of installers has access to our distribution centers coast to coast. This not only saves time, this also saves you money over Wildblue Satellite and DirecTV Internet."
Can someone explain to be what DirecTV Internet is? Last I checked DirecTV did not have a internet service of their own.
I thought I read that this new KA service was only going to be for businesses and that it was going to be a lot faster than what is available by satellite right now like 10-20 MB or something like that. Was they going to still have a very limited Fair Access Policy with their service?