How to Order Dish Network

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Ordering Dish Network involves calling a local Dish Network retailer with a great after-installation support package, or by calling the Community Dish number to find an installer. Find out how to sign up for satellite TV with helpful information from a certified satellite installer in this free video on satellite TV.

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Hi my name is Bill Barney. I'm with Community Dish in Pahrump, Nevada. I'm an SBCA licensed installer, that's Satellite Broadcast Communications Association and I'd like to help you with your satellite installation. You can order Dish Network video services simply by calling a local Dish Network retailer. I suggest that you shop your retailer, find the retailer with the best after installation support or you can call Community Dish at 775 751 4882. Some of the things that they're going to ask you for is a credit card for a security deposit, social security number and possibly a driver's license so don't be surprised when that information is asked for by the retailer on the phone. Dish Network has some of the best programming packages in the United States. They have more choices than any other satellite company in the United States and they have lower, better pricing than any other satellite company in the United States. When your installer comes out to do the installation he should take a few minutes to walk through the installation with you, let you know where he is going to put up the satellite dish, how he is going to run the cable, what the point of entry is into your home and how he is going to get that video feed to your satellite receiver by your TV. You should also go over whether or not you've got HD, DVR services or the type of programming package that you have to make sure that the installation is complete and to your satisfaction and that's how you order Dish Network television.

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