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D* Turns Off HBO/ Max Free Preview Two Days Early!

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by Aria, Mar 20, 2006.

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  1. Aria

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    I first saw the thread about the free HBO/ Max weekend of F.3/17-Tu.3/21 last night (Sunday) around 10 or 11pm ET. At that time, I checked our boxes, and we were getting those channels. I felt bad about missing a few days, and hoped to catch some things in the next two days. I got up around 5amPT today (Monday) to record two programs on HBOSig, but they had all gone black!

    Called D*. The lady knew it was supposed to go 'til Tuesday. She apologized, but said she couldn't put them back in now. :( She said I was the first to call about the problem. Did everyone get turned off early or just my household?
     
  2. bjflynn04

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    They did at my house.
     
  3. hiker

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    It's off on my D* also. As of now, it's still on my Comcast. D* screwed up.
     
  4. LMckin

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    on March 31 to April 3rd there will be a Free Preview of the Showtime and the movie channels on channels 537-549

    mine is off also. i`ve sent them an email.
     
  5. wipeout

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    Shut mine off as well.
     
  6. zortapa

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    They terminated mine too, 100 minutes into a 150 minute movie that my R15 was recording!!!!! :raspberry :raspberry :raspberry
     
  7. jamieh1

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    My HBO/MAX channels are still on here in NC.
     
  8. LMckin

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    They must have turn them back on. i just check my and they are back on.
     
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