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, please call DISH to have the receiver removed from your account to avoid unnecessary billing. Also, if you are enrolled in eAutopay with your Pay-as-you-go account, please go online or call DISH to have automatic billing removed while you are not using the equipment.
We have programming options to suit any budget, you can check them out here.
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.
You can receive full HD DISH programming throughout all lower 48 states.
Thank you for being a DISH customer! First purchase a DISH mobile receiver and compatible antenna, then you can add your new receiver directly to your existing account. Click here to see our bundle packages.
If you already have a mobile receiver, you can add Pay-As-You-Go service to your account for $7 a month by contacting DISH to add this service by calling 1-800-333-DISH (1-800-333-3474).
DISH mobile 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.
DISH mobile receiver models are listed below, these receivers are required in order to operate a mobile satellite.
Yes, the Wally is our newest and best mobile receiver and it will work with any antenna you used your old receiver with, including the Tailgater, Playmaker, Roadtrip, and Pathway satellites.
No. Please ask your local dealer for information about installation and equipment costs. Click here for to find your nearest DISH authorized mobile dealer.
It depends on the antenna, most portable antennas will support either 1 or 2 independently viewed TV’s. For more information, check out this informational video.
Yes, when you purchase the DVR Upgrade Expansion, you can upgrade the Wally or 211z by plugging it into one of the USB ports on back, once you plug it in, just follow the simple instructions on the screen to activate.
Yes. With the purchase of an automatic tracking in-motion antenna, you can watch full HD programming even while your vehicle is in motion. DISH is the only affordable option for in-motion HD. If you don’t have an in-motion antenna, you can still watch programming that you have previously recorded on your Wally or 211z with DVR upgrade.
As a general rule, you do not want to exceed 50 feet of coaxial cable (including RV wiring) between the receiver and antenna, since power is being transferred as well. Any longer than 50 feet may result in a loss of signal quality, and in some cases complete signal loss.
RV wiring varies from one to the next, so we cannot guarantee it will work by going through your RV wiring although many do. If you try to connect through RV wiring and do not receive a strong enough signal, try using a shorter coax cable between the antenna and RV. If all else fails, try a direct connection.
Yes, the antenna will automatically toggle between the satellites with no manual adjustments needed.
Local channels are spot beamed to specific areas though your satellite based on your zip code, you can also use an over-the-air antenna. Check out this quick informational video for more details.
Yes, you can watch separate programs on each connected receiver as long as those channels are on the same satellite.
Yes, all you would need is to purchase an RF Modulator in addition to your antenna/receiver bundle.
Generally the western arc will be available throughout most of the country, but if you are on the east coast or in the NE part of the country, eastern arc may be a better option. Most users will be able to access either arc.