Almost 20 million people who live in rural areas do not have access to high-speed Internet service. Dish Network will introduce dishNet, a service that is fast and inexpensive. Now millions can have Internet service without paying an arm and a leg. Here’s news clip about it: Dish Network Adds Internet Service, Aimed at Rural AreasFrom:The Wall Street JournalDish Network Corp. plans to launch a nationwide broadband service next Monday under the brand dishNET, hoping to add a new revenue stream on top of its pay-television business.The satellite-TV company on Thursday is expected to disclose plans to sell broadband, at a speed of between five and 10 megabits per second, for between $39.99 and $69.99 a month for customers who also take Dish's TV service. Those who aren't TV customers will pay $10 more a month, a similar pricing approach to that used by cable operators.While dishNET won't be able to match the high-speed connections sold by cable-TV rivals, the satellite broadband will be aimed at rural customers with little or no current Internet access."If you have fiber to the curb in midtown Manhattan, this will not be for you," said Dish Chief Executive Joe Clayton.
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