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What's the deal with this "Protection Plan" ?

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by Hooterville, Jul 13, 2011.

  1. Hooterville

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    I get this flyer in the mail saying that I signed up for Directv Protection Plan at $5.99 a month.
    I call them up and they say I have no protection plan but yet it shows up on my latest bill.
    $105.00 a month for two HD TV's is high enough.
    If I'm paying for leased receivers why would I need a protection plan?
    I thought the dish and receivers were already covered by DirecTV.

    Am I wrong?
     
  2. dpeters11

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    The Dish isn't, or wiring. You own that. If a receiver goes bad, you pay shipping for the replacement, PP that is waived. You'd also pay for aiming service calls.

    Generally if you get the PP and cancel within a certain time frame (90 days I think), there is a cancellation fee.
     
  3. Hooterville

    Hooterville AllStar

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    I never ordered the protection plan.
    Just received a flyer in the mail saying that I have it.

    please delete this post as I found my answer in the search.
    Should have searched first but my brain in not working tonight.
     
  4. The Merg

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    No need to have the post deleted. Post the answer here that you found in case it might help out someone else.

    - Merg
     
  5. Newshawk

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    No, the offer is this. When you sign up, there is a 30 day no claim period. If you cancel during that time, there's no cancellation fee. Once it goes into effect there is an one time cancellation fee of $10 ($6 in California and Illinois) until the anniversary date. Then you can cancel with no penalty or renew.
     

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