Yes. There is no commitment required, activation, disconnect or restart fees. When you are no longer using your service you can simply stop paying your monthly bill. However, if you are a current DISH subscriber and have a receiver added to your account, or you have a credit card on file for Pay-As-You-Go programming, please call DISH to remove from your account to avoid being billed for the next month.
If you already have a receiver, you can add Pay-As-You-Go service to your account for $7 a month. Contact DISH to add this service by calling 1-800-333-DISH (1-800-333-3474).
The 211z is a smaller and lighter version of the ViP211k receiver. The 211z is compatible with the same antenna you used with the 211k receiver, including the Tailgater, Pathway X1, and Pathway X2. Click here to see the list of compatible antennas.
Payment for the first month programming is due at the time of activation.
No. All Pay-As-You packages are billed in advance on a month-to-month basis in 30 day increments.
No problem! First purchase a DISH Mobile ViP 211 series HD Receiver and compatible antenna, then you can add your new receiver directly to your existing account.
The DISH receivers work with all DISH-Compatible mobile antennas including:
Yes. To get HD programming, you will need to use the DISH 1000 antenna. The DISH 500 is not compatible for HD programming currently.
Yes, customers can purchase up to three DISH Mobile HD Set-tops to activate in their RV. However, this requires an antenna that can support 3 receivers. Click here to see the list of compatible antennas.
No. Ask your dealer for information about installation and equipment costs.
Yes. DISH’s satellite technology allows customer to watch HD programming while the vehicle is moving if equipped with a compatible auto-tracking portable antenna. DISH is the only affordable option for in-motion HD.* Shop In-Motion Antennas.
*With compatible portable antenna
International channels are now only broadcasting on satellite 118w and are no longer on the eastern arc. As a result, there are no mobile antennas capable of picking up these channels.