Rise Broadband Adds DISH TV Service Throughout Its 16-State Rural and Suburban Network.

Rise Broadband Adds DISH TV Service

Throughout Its 16-State Fixed Wireless Network

Customers Get Greater Access to Reliable, Fast and Affordable Information & Entertainment

DENVER [Business Wire] – April 5, 2016 – Rise Broadband, the country’s largest fixed wireless broadband provider of Internet and digital phone service, now offers DISH residential satellite TV service throughout its rural and suburban coverage area.

“We’ve listened to our customers and are now offering DISH TV packages to provide even more access to the entertainment and information they desire,” said Jack Koo, president and CEO of Rise Broadband. “Because Rise brings broadband access to areas which are typically under- served by wireline carriers, DISH TV becomes a natural extension of our Internet and digital phone products.

To mark the launch of Rise’s DISH packages, Rise is providing a $120 annual discount ($10 per month) to current or new customers subscribing to Internet, phone and TV as long as accounts remain active and in good standing. Cost for the Rise “three-pack” starts at less than $100 per month for all three services.

DISH’s America’s Top 120 Plus package comprises 190+ channels of High Definition programming including local and premium networks, regional sports and much more. Rise’s DISH service starts at $49.99 per month and new DISH subscribers receive free standard professional installation.

Full details are available by calling toll free 844-TRY-RISE (844-879-7473).

DISH is now offering a “2 Year TV Price Guarantee” and new customers who sign up for this offer can receive the new Hopper 3 ultra-smart digital video recorder (DVR) for $10 per month. The Hopper 3 features 16 tuners, delivers an enhanced 4K experience, supports up to seven TVs simultaneously and additionally integrates Netflix titles into its universal search results. Hopper customers can also watch live and recorded content anywhere on Internet-connected tablets, smartphones and computers through DISH Anywhere.

DISH TV charges are in addition to an existing or new Rise Internet/phone package and taxes, one-time fees and rental equipment are not included in the monthly fee. Other DISH packages are also offered and additional conditions may apply.

About Rise Broadband
Rise Broadband is the nation’s largest fixed wireless Internet service provider; offering affordable high-speed broadband (Internet and phone) services in 16 states with speeds ranging between 3 Mbps and 1 Gbps. Established in 2005 as JAB Wireless, Inc., Rise serves nearly 200,000 residential /commercial accounts in rural and suburban areas throughout the Midwest, Rocky Mountain and Southwest regions. Rise Broadband is headquartered in metro Denver. For more information, visit www.risebroadband.com.

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Rise Media Contact:
Richard Abels
Abels Communication Company
(303) 779-6292

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