Dish Fiber could be apartment dwellers’ best friend
Everyone is familiar with Dish Network by this point, it was one of the first small and easy satellite dish companies to tackle big cables. Dish has announced a new service that is not aimed at homeowners, it is aimed at homeowners and property managers looking for ways to add more value to residents living in apartment complexes and multi-family facilities. units. Dish says Dish Fiber is a new bulk solution for multi-family communities.
The service gives everyone immediate access to premium managed WiFi and live TV when moving in. Dish Fiber will provide homeowners with flexible billing options and the ability to manage them as a single utility through a single national provider. This means that owners of multiple resorts across the country can manage billing for each of them in one place.
The managed WiFi portion of the service provides residents with a high speed internet connection within the unit and anywhere on the property without having to change networks. WiFi connectivity gives access to everything the internet has to offer with a secure, personal network for video streaming, social media and internet browsing. The service can also be provided for smart home and smart property technology, such as smart locks and thermostats.
Dish Fiber also offers live television broadcasting with the best manager-selected channels for watching anywhere in the community on browser-compatible devices. Streaming content is powered by Smartbox, which is Dish’s video distribution platform for commercial applications. The service uses a single centralized satellite dish and is provided over the resort’s IP network.
Residents can upgrade to the full Dish experience using Dish Hopper receivers without a credit check, long term commitment, or technical visit. Plans start at $ 25 per month and provide access to programming on the go through the Dish Anywhere app. Dish Fiber is now available to homeowners at no upfront cost and works with existing or upgraded network infrastructure.