Dish Launches 'DTVPal Plus'

Converter box includes enhanced digital tuner optimized for weak signal areas

September 24, 2008

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ENGLEWOOD, Colo. -- DISH Network Corporation (Nasdaq: DISH - News), the digital transition leader, today announced the availability of the DTVPal(TM) Plus, its next generation digital-to-analog converter box. The DTVPal(TM) Plus offers all the features of the industry favorite DTVPal(TM), plus an enhanced digital tuner for optimizing weak signal areas.

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The DTVPal(TM) Plus joins DISH Network's suite of converter boxes that qualify for the National Telecommunications and Information Administration's TV Converter Box Coupon Program; coupons may be ordered by visiting http://www.dtv2009.gov. The DTVPal(TM) Plus costs $29.99 with a government coupon; MSRP is $69.99*.

"The DTVPal(TM) Plus carries all the popular features of our top-rated DTVPal(TM), plus a tuner that can help consumers living in weak signal areas maximize the number of over-the-air channels they receive," said Tom Stingley, executive vice president of Sales and Distribution for DISH Network. "With the introduction of the DTVPal(TM) Plus, DISH Network truly has solutions for every consumer in the country."

Dish Network LLC (Nasdaq: DISH)

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