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DISH Test Drive Lets Consumers Sample TV Everywhere for FREE

by January 19, 2012


DISH Network wants everyone to check out their online streaming services. Today they introduced "DISH Test Drive". This program allows anyone in the US the ability to sample TV Everywhere technology from DISH and watch a selection of popular TV programming online or on mobile devices at no charge for 24 hours. DISH Test Drive begins Feb. 1, and TV viewers can visit www.dish.com/testdrive from a computer, tablet or smartphone and sign up. In a sense, DISH is restating its commitment to being the dominant online streaming service provider for satellite content, having been the first pay-TV provider to introduce TV Everywhere technology. TV Everywhere gave subscribers the ability to watch all of their live and recorded television programs on compatible smartphones, tablets and computers. DISH is now demonstrating to prospective customers how convenient and easy it is to watch TV while on the go.

"As people continue to buy millions of tablets and smartphones, they will want to enjoy their favorite TV and movie shows on their tablets. DISH Test Drive makes it easy to experience the magic of our entertainment and technology on smartphones, tablets and online, commitment free."

- Vivek Khemka, vice president of Product Management at DISH

DISH is the only pay-TV provider to allow consumers to “try before they buy.” With DISH Test Drive, prospective customers can watch live TV, recorded programs and on-demand content, including a cross-section of family and movie channels available from a variety of popular networks. DISH believes consumers will want to subscribe after enjoying its innovative TV Everywhere technology and the extensive choices for entertainment packages, all offered at attractive prices.

Visit www.dish.com/testdrive for complete details.

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