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SBC Rolls With DISH Network Bundle

Discussion in 'General DISH™ Discussion' started by Chris Blount, Apr 22, 2004.

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  1. garypen

    garypen Hall Of Fame/Supporter DBSTalk Gold Club

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    Side-grade means to change the prgramming so that the total cost remains the same.

    I know that at one time Dish would charge $5 if you made a programming change that didn't increase the cost, whether it reduced the cost or merely left it the same didn't matter.
     
  2. ovnttexas

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    I was wondering if anyone recieved the mailer that has:
    DSL for 26.95
    Dish 120 for 29.99
    phone L&L 45.99

    has anyone else seen this flyer? I recieived it and it expired on the 30th of june. SBC is saying that there was no such flyer, but when we ordered the services the Rep quoted the prices back to me just as in the mailer, the wife threw out the mailer and now the bill is more than the mailer advertised.
    please email me copy of it if you have it
    ovnttexas@hotmail.com
     
  3. boba

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    I'll bet those prices were quoted without the added fees,taxes, local usage,federal taxes etc. :mad:
     
  4. garypen

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    As an SBC customer in California, I can confirm that DSL is $26.95, with no additional taxes and fees. Of course, as with phone service in most states, there are taxes and fees on that portion. But, I doubt very much there are any additional taxes and fees on the Dish portion, other than the ones Dish charges. (2nd receiver, DVR, change in service, etc.)

    I have been very happy with my SBC local, LD, and DSL services. Good price, good quality, and good customer service. I wish they would let existing Dish customers switch their accounts to SBC, as well. I'd do it in a NY second.
     
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