The Joey is a local receiver for the Editors’ Choice digital video recorder Dish Network Hopper (4.5 stars).
While the Hopper serves as the tuner recorder with storage, the Joey lets you access anything on the Hopper from any room in the house with a TV.
What does a Dish Network Joey do?
The DISH Wireless Joey
Expand your TV universe with the Wireless Joey, a wireless TV receiver from DISH that brings the functionality of your Hopper DVR to other TVs in your house. You can pair up to three Joeys with your Hopper DVR and watch live, recorded, and on-demand programming anywhere you have a TV.
How much does it cost to add a joey to dish?
$15 per month for the Hopper 3. $5–$7 per month for every additional Joey DVR. $4–$200 per month if you get any add-on packages or channels. $7 fee for any late payments.
What is the difference between a hopper and a Joey?
Super Joey is a Hopper companion receiver. Unlike the regular Joey, the Super Joey has two additional built-in satellite tuners. This means that an account with the Hopper and a Super Joey has a total of 5 available tuners and can record up to 8 different shows at the same time (if PTA is enabled).
Is Dish wireless Joey 4k?
The 4K Joey Satellite Receiver
So when you pair a 4K Joey with the Hopper 3, you can watch live 4K programming, on demand shows, 4K Netflix shows, and more from multiple rooms of the house. The 4K Joey also supports High Definition programming so it can be used with TVs and DISH DVRs that are not 4K compatible.