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May 30, 2013

DISH now available at Exchange

Military shoppers looking for the most popular TV shows, movies, sports, news and other video entertainment can now subscribe to DISH Network through the Davis-Monthan AFB Exchange.

Subscribers can benefit from Exchange-exclusive specials including a $10 per month discount for the first 12 months of services on a TV package and a $100 Exchange Gift Card, in addition to other DISH promotional offers.

DISH services include HBO, Cinemax and Showtime, sports networks that include NFL RedZone, MLB Network, NBA TV and Outdoor Channel and a variety of HD and international programming. DISH also offers its award-winning Hopper, a DVR that allows viewers to skip commercials and “Dish Anywhere” service, which perfectly suits the military’s on-the-go lifestyle.

“It’s exciting to be able provide Exchange shoppers with a great entertainment service like DISH, which is one of the biggest names in the television entertainment world,” said the Davis-Monthan  Exchange’s General Manager Cathy J. Ely. “And the Exchange-exclusive discounts make it even better.”

Exchange shoppers can subscribe to DISH three different ways – at the Davis-Monthan Exchange Mobile Center kiosk, by calling 520 790-1204 or (520-748-7887/8 Exchange) or online at www.shopmyexchange.com/DISH.

DISH service through the Exchange is available in CONUS only.

Exchange shoppers can also purchase DishNet, a high-speed Internet service with speeds as fast as 4G.  New DishNet subscribers will receive a $50 gift card as an Exchange-exclusive offer and can bundle DishNet with a TV package to receive a combined $150 in Exchange gift cards.




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