Can I make Wi-Fi calls over HughesNet using my cell phone?

Making calls over Wi-Fi via HughesNet (or any satellite service) is not recommended due to signal transmission latency. However, HughesNet offers a Voice over IP (VoIP) service which uses a different technology from Wi-Fi calling for reliable, clear calls. Learn more about HughesNet Voice .Read more
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Unlimited Data - No Hard Data Limits questions

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What is the Hughes Wi-Fi Booster?

Get a seamless Wi-Fi signal in every room, on every device. The Hughes Wi-Fi booster automatically connects your devices to the clearest channel and strongest GHz band, so you can do more of what you love online without dropping the signal. ▶Read more
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4 ways to use your security cameras without using up your data

Your wireless surveillance cameras should provide peace-of-mind without the worry of exceeding your monthly Internet data usage. Below we provide four recommendations to maximize the benefits of your home Wi-Fi security system and Service Plan Data. ▶Read more
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How to check your speed performance

Check your Internet speed and report the results back to Hughes. ▶Read more
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What’s the difference between 2.4 and 5-Ghz Wi-Fi? Which should I use?

HughesNet HT2000W modem provides two networks, a 2.4GHz and 5GHz. Identify which is best for you. ▶Read more
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How do I connect my Wi-Fi Booster to my HT2000W modem?

Use these instructions to set up your Hughes Wi-Fi Booster to your HT2000W Satellite Modem. ▶Read more
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Does HughesNet Offer Wireless Capability?

The HT2000W offers built-in dual-band Wi-Fi connectivity. Customers using other HughesNet modems can also connect wireless devices using a router. ▶Read more
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How many devices can I connect?

Get Internet service on multiple devices. ▶Read more
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What happens if I use all the data within my plan before the month ends?

If you exceed your service plan data, you can keep going at reduced speeds until the next service month. ▶Read more
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