Judging by the comments below, you'd think that HughesNet would be something of an utter abomination for taking your console online with Xbox Live.
After a bit of poking around (Blurtit is based in the U.K. And to be honest we'd never even heard of HughesNet) we discovered that HughesNet deliver high-speed satellite based internet services.
Well, any sort of high speed internet should be more than happy to handle the extreme amounts of data flowing through your pipes while you are online in a chaotic game of capture the flag.
While we haven't used this internet provider ourselves - and so we can't really comment - you may just have to poke around for friends' opinions, check some internet forums, or head over to the Hughes website itself and let their meticulously commercially crafted website wash over you and make the informed decision for you. It really is your choice. No, really.
Of course, the problems that are being discussed below are individual cases, and while any kind of high speed internet service SHOULD be fine for most, if not all, users, some people may find difficulties with many providers. For instance, that particular service may not be fully supported in your area just yet, or it may be a case of bad signal - similar to signal cold spots when using mobile phones - prohibiting the satellite communication data to get through to your modem correctly.
Either way, if you do end up having problems, it is worth contacting Hughes directly with any concerns you may have. Their customer support contacts can be found at HughesNet.com .