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DIRECTV Beats DISH - Definitely

Compare DISH Network to DIRECTV

DISH may claim to offer the best deal in satellite television entertainment, but we know better. DIRECTV is America's #1 satellite TV service for a reason - see for yourself where DISH falls short:

The Channels You Want

Compare DIRECTV to DISH when it comes to basic packages and you'll see the difference. DISH Network prunes out popular channels such as AMCSM, Animal PlanetSM, BRAVO, FX® and MSNBC. And unlike DIRECTV, DISH will charge you extra if you want to watch all of your local channels.

Full-Time HD

DISH touts big numbers for HD but the truth is that 25 of their HD channels only show a few HD programs a day. DIRECTV has the most 24/7 HD programming with more than 195 full-time HD channels. And if you have a 3D TV, you're out of luck with DISH.

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Outstanding DVR Technology

DIRECTV has the Genie™. Record as many as five shows at one time, and watch what you've recorded in any room of the house. Plus, when you order a qualifying package, you'll get a free upgrade to the Genie™!

With qualifying packages. Advanced Receiver fee applies.

Superior Sports Programming

Only DIRECTV offers every NFL game, every NASCAR race, mix channels and great sports coverage in HD. You don't have to be a sports fan to agree, DIRECTV is the undeniable leader in sports entertainment.

TV + Internet Bundles You Can Trust.

Top Internet and phone service providers have chosen to partner with DIRECTV, not DISH Network. Bundle your DIRECTV with the biggest brands nationwide.


DIRECTV offers a 100% clear digital-quality picture. Over 20 million people have already made DIRECTV the nation's top choice in satellite TV. Plus, for the 16th year in a row, DIRECTV rated higher in customer satisfaction than cable. As compared to the major subscription TV cable providers: 2001-2017 ACSI surveys of customers rating their own tv provider's performance.