@tammyf54 If the streaming source you are using is streaming in HD, you will need to turn off, or snooze, the Video Data Saver in order to avoid the buffering. BUT, streaming in HD uses a LOT of data. Upwards of 3GB or more per hour. Because of this, it's best to change the resolution of the streaming source to Standard Def (480p) or lower, if you can, in order to save data. While HughesNet can support streaming, it's not really made for cord cutting because of the amount of data used for such. Because of this, many of us who have satellite internet also have satellite TV. Myself included.
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