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Acquiring an Upgraded Receiver Question

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by Italia, Jan 12, 2009.

  1. Italia

    Italia Godfather

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    I recently had a receiver upgraded in November. Now, I am replacing a television in my house. That receiver is not HD but is a DVR. I would like to get an HD/DVR receiver. But, is D* going to charge me because I already got an upgrade on another receiver a couple months ago? Thanks!
     
  2. say-what

    say-what Active Member

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    The answer is most likely yes as the most they've given new installs is 1 free HD-DVR.

    Somewhere between 99 and 199.
     
  3. turey22

    turey22 Hall Of Fame

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    They will, i doubt they will give it to you at 99 dollars but you never know. If your a loyal cusotmer you can get the install waived but you will probably have to pay 199 plus install 99 dollars and 1995 s&h.
     
  4. Italia

    Italia Godfather

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    That's what I was afraid of turey. My old tv went, I purchased a new one. A very nice one at that. I can't afford to splash down more cash. But I hate to see a beauty sitting there without HD. It's like having a Ferrari but just letting sit in the driveway and never driving it. :(
     
  5. SledDog

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    But at least you can sit in the Ferrari and pretend you are driving... Kinda hard to watch a SD signal and pretend you are watching HD...

    Have you though about get a non-DVR HD receiver?
     
  6. icethegreat

    icethegreat Mentor

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    FYI
    I spoke to a rep last night and I asked him the same question. ( I have an HD box but I want a HD-DVR now, btw im a first time dtv customer) Anyways he said its best to wait 3 months after you upgrade because they will charge you an extra 'upgrade fee' for changing out your box within that 3 month period! :D
     
  7. MartyS

    MartyS New Member

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    Also, there will most likely be a 2 year extension of your commitment to D*
     

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