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California has no shortage of shorelines and sunshine, but some parts of the Golden State have a shortage of high-speed Internet.
HughesNet® Gen5 satellite Internet service is available in all regions of California. Other Internet providers like cable and DSL aren’t always available in rural areas, but whether you live in the chilly mountains of Sierra Nevada or the hot regions near Death Valley, a fast and reliable Internet service can be yours.
Our plans have speeds of 25 Mbps1, thanks to the innovative and advanced team at Hughes®.Hughes has more than 40 years of satellite communications experience, including inventing satellite Internet. What began as a service for the military has blossomed into America’s #1 choice for satellite Internet service. But, you don’t have to be in the armed forces to benefit from HughesNet.
Residents in Fresno can quickly download tickets to go on a weekend visit to the San Diego Zoo. Couples in Los Angeles can plan an anniversary trip to the Napa Valley with just a few easy clicks. If you’re a 49ers fan living in Anaheim, stream highlights from last night’s game in San Francisco without the hassle.
With faster speeds and increased data capabilities, it’s easy to see why Californians love HughesNet Gen5.
Sometimes stress gets the better of you, like when you need to print off your boarding pass and be on your flight out of LAX in an hour. Or you want to upload some photos to Facebook before it's time to leave for work.
HughesNet Gen5 plans have 25 Mbps download speeds and 3 Mbps upload speeds1 and with two times more data capacity than before. Whatever your needs, and whatever your rush, we have you covered. Choose between four plans: 15 GB, 30 GB, 50 GB and 100 GB.
If you love content-heavy downloads, the 50 GB plan or the 100 GB plan is a great option. For simple, daily tasks like email, paying your water bill and uploading photos, the 15 GB plan is more appropriate.
No matter which plan is right for you, don’t waste any more time with slow Internet. Call today to get HughesNet Gen5, a golden opportunity for the Golden State.