As of Wednesday, February 21, 2018
“Is satellite Internet or TV only available in certain areas? I have tried to subscribe but was told it was not available where I live.”
No. As long as you have a clear view of the southern sky, you should be able to receive a signal from the satellite.
Customers often tell us they were told they were unable to receive satellite service where they live. This is not true. While we may have a problem due to trees or buildings blocking the line of sight, there are no areas in the United States that are not serviced by satellite TV or Internet.
What we find most often is the installer who came to their house to do the installation was untrained or did not want to do the labor that might be involved on a difficult job.
We also find that some companies are telling customers that they do not offer service in that area because they lack qualified licensed technicians able to accomplish the installation.
I have high-speed Internet, phone and TV on my property in Florence. If I can get it there, we can get it where you live.
We are the only local retailer for HughesNet, and the FCC just ranked HughesNet number one as the highest in meeting advertised performance of all major broadband services. Phone service is also available through HughesNet with no additional wiring.
Stop by 60 Frontage Road, Grangeville, or call 208-904-3836. Ask a Neighborhood Expert, not an 800 number.