No. I'd much prefer you post your employers line of BS so that EVERYONE can read it.
I'm no electronic engineer, only someone who has about 60 years experience working on electronics and the past 40 have been in the HIGHLY specialized field of what is called DEBUGGING (looking for eavesdropping devices). Actually I spent 10 years with a gocvernment agency looking fdor them, installing them and conducting security surveys of highly sensitive facilities. Tje king 99% of the population know little or nothing about. And the last 48 supporting some of the largest companies with sweeping their offices or training theor pown people how to do. Now, If I didn't have all that experience I hav a son who was in electronic test equipment repair in the Air Force for more than 20 years and has his Masters in Computer security. he has said what we are told is BS. It is a problem with DISH and upu don't know how to fix it. But why worry,; we either watch dish or go for another company that may not be around next week.
Hi there, Jamill4. Your device connection is important to stream DISH Anwyhere, you mentioned that it is fine when you are at home, is the buffering issues when your husband is on the road trying to watch services over his mobile data?
Depending on the area that your husband is in, the connection speed may vary. We recommend the 4 Mbps for HD programming. When he stops to watch, trying a connection test to see if he has at least that speed will help reduce buffering issues, but even with higher speeds, buffering can happen since it is a continual live channel stream, as opposed to streaming an On-Demand program that has a finite file.