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Hughesnet plans, pricing, and deals

Plans starting at $49.99/mo.

Unlimited data

Simple pricing

Lower speeds

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Top Hughesnet internet plans

Most Affordable


$49.99/mo. for 12 mo.*

Up to 50Mbps

Satellite internet

Best Overall


$64.99/mo. for 12 mo.*

Up to 100Mbps

Satellite internet

Best for Speed


$94.99/mo. for 12 mo.*

Up to 100Mbps

Satellite and Wireless internet

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Best Hughesnet internet deals

Get a $100 Prepaid Card via rebate when you order a new unlimited data plan from Hughesnet. Terms apply and offer expires 3/27/24.

All Hughesnet internet plans and pricing

PackagePriceSpeedData capInternetBuy now
Select$49.99/mo. for 12 mo.*Up to 50MbpsUnlimitedSatellite
Elite$64.99/mo. for 12 mo.*Up to 100MbpsUnlimitedSatellite
Fusion$94.99/mo for 12 mo.*Up to 100MbpsUnlimitedSatellite and Wireless

Hughesnet’s Fusion plan use a hybrid connection that makes use of terrestrial wireless networks to give you a low-latency connection when you need it. This makes it possible to use video chat, online games, and other activities that are nearly impossible over a normal satellite connection. Meanwhile, the bulk of your data, which doesn’t need a responsive connection, still travels to orbit and back.

Hughesnet business internet plans

PackagePriceSpeedData capBuy now
Business 30$84.99/mo.*25 Mbps30 GB
Fusion Business 100 GB$89.99/mo.*25 Mbps100 GB
Fusion Business 200 GB$164.99/mo.*25 Mbps200 GB

Hughesnet Business internet is a low-cost way to keep your business connected in more remote areas. It can allow you to run point-of-sale systems, maintain internal servers, or just keep you connected with remote employees.

For more information read our full review of Hughesnet Business internet.

Hughesnet voice and internet bundles

PackagePriceMinutesBuy now
Home Voice$9.95/mo.Unlimited calls to US and Canada
International 200 (add-on)$9.95/mo.200 min. to 60 countries
International Unlimited (add-on)$22.95/mo.Unlimited calls to 60 countries

Hughesnet Voice is voice-over-IP (VoIP) or internet telephony service that can be added on to your Hughesnet plan. Unlike analog telephone systems, VoIP doesn’t use the public telephone network, but instead records your voice digitally and sends it over the internet. This means that making calls over Hughesnet Voice uses your monthly data and also that if your internet goes out, your telephone is out, too.

Hughesnet fees

Installation feeFree Professional Installation for Lease
Equipment Purchase$299.99 ($449.99 for Fusion)
Lease set up fee$99.99
Equipment lease fee$14.99/mo. ($19.99/mo. for Fusion)
Early Termination FeeUp to $400.00

About Hughesnet

Hughesnet is one of the two traditional satellite-based broadband internet services in the US. It uses its satellites to provide internet service to the entire US, including remote areas with no other communication infrastructure. Hughesnet has a simple pricing structure, making it easy to choose a plan.

Why choose Hughesnet internet?

Hughesnet provides good internet if you live in a rural area and don’t have access to wired internet like cable or fiber. Since Hughesnet provides satellite internet, you’ll pay a higher price for slower speeds and less data than you would for fiber or cable internet, so it is not the recommended option if you live in a densely populated area with other internet options. However, if you live in a sparsely populated rural area and you can only get satellite internet, Hughesnet is a solid choice, offering low-priced plans than other satellite competitors like Viasat.

How does Hughesnet compare to other providers?

Hughesnet is a well-established name in satellite internet, but a lot of new providers are now entering the market. Low-Earth orbit (LEO) satellite constellations like Starlink have the potential to provide stiff competition, but for now, Hughesnet is a good choice for rural internet customers who want straightforward pricing and the most affordable options.


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