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HughesNet Gen5 is available where you live today, even in areas of South Carolina with slow or no high-speed options.
HughesNet Gen5 lets you do more of everything you love, wherever you live! Gen5 offers four new service plans to best suit your specific needs, ranging from 10 GB to 50 GB of Data per month.
All plans include exciting new features : Built-in Wi-Fi, Video Data Saver, the Bonus Zone and no hard data limits.
With the fastest satellite Internet speeds available, the sky's the limit with the new HughesNet!
HughesNet Gen 5 offers even more features that will help you manage your service and get the most out of your Internet experience.
Mobile App Download the new HughesNet® mobile app to easily check your data and manage your service from anywhere. With the mobile app you can:
Meter The Usage Meter is a great tool that allows HughesNet customers to track their data usage in real time.
The Usage Meter's design makes it easy to monitor your data usage
You can even see how your actual data usage compares to your expected usage for the current monthly data cycle, so you know when you're running over the average.
Also, a messaging section provides important alerts and news from HughesNet.
Data Tokens If you exceed your Data Plan, you can stay connected at reduced speeds until the next billing cycle.
You may also purchase a Data Token that provides additional data to restore your service to full speed.
Data Tokens are available in three different sizes to give you the additional data you need.
Data Tokens do not expire and will remain available until they have been used.
The speeds are awesome. My wife can be on the computer or working with all three kids remotely at the same time. They each have a computer in their rooms, and we also have two iPads and two laptops. We've never had a problem with the bandwidth; no one has ever yelled 'turn that off!' because the Internet slowed down.
-Nathan B, Louisiana