DISH Enhances Custom Integration Program with RMR
DISH Custom Integrators are now eligible for a $20 monthly incentive for qualifying service activations.
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DISH Custom Integrators are now eligible for a $20 monthly incentive for qualifying service activations. The program is limited to approved integrators; accounts must meet certain criteria and be created by the CI Concierge Team, available at 844-806-6886.
A qualifying account includes a Hopper 3 and at least two other receivers (can be more Hopper 3’s, Joeys or Wallys) with a programming package of AT200 or higher. Based on data from 2018, most Cash & Carry activations will qualify without issue.
These activations quickly become profitable recurring monthly revenue for your business. Two Cash & Carry activations each month results in $480 per month after one year, $1,440 per month after three years and $2,400 per month after five years. Total RMR profit will be in excess of $14,000 after 3 years and over $26,000 after five years. This does not include hardware margin on sale of the receivers or profit for marking up the install provided by DISH.
Payments will be made using the DISH EFT system. Please contact inside sales if you have not yet set this up, so the team can assist. First payment will fund 60-90 days after activation and will continue for 60 months, provide the account stays active. Program business rules can be found HERE.
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