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DISH in Hawthorne, California

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DISH



Address:

3236 West 131st Street

Hawthorne,
California,
90250

Phone:
(855) 409-4805
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About Us

DISH is a leading satellite TV provider serving the local Hawthorne area, featuring your favorite channels & programs. We can get you connected with amazing TV technology like the Hopper®, the most advanced whole-home HD DVR available in Hawthorne and throughout the US.

Enjoy a line-up with more than 200 national HD channels, the most International channels, even award-winning HD DVR technology. We offer the best technology and customer service in television, and at a great value.

With DISH, you get great satellite TV service available everywhere you go in Hawthorne, CA. Change the way you watch TV with your favorite shows and channels available right on your mobile device. Are you ready to experience true television freedom? Order online or give us a call to find out how we can help you today.

Categories

  • Cable Television Service

Brands

  • DISH
  • DishLATINO
  • dishNET

Products

  • Hopper
  • Tailgater
  • Joey

Services

  • Internet
  • Television
  • Ppv

Keywords

  • dish network
  • dish
  • dish tv
  • satellite tv
  • cable tv
  • satellite tv provider

Phones

  • TOLL_FREE:(888) 618-9789

Year Established

  • 1980

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 Cable Television Service, in Hawthorne, refers to broadcasting programs on television to consumers via radio frequency signals through a system of cables.


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