An owned receiver is just that CJTE. I cannot see why DirecTV would care about units you own, other than any monthly fees for any service they provide.
I think I may have blown a point by you.
I am not worried about local channels/dns feeds. I pretty much stick to USA, hahaha.
The whole reason we are discussing this is because DirecTV wants all of the service they provide you to be at the service address listed on your account. If you are somewhere other than your service address, someone needs to pay for this alternative address which you're receiving service. Be it a camp ground, a hotel, or you in your RV in the middle of the dunes... You're not where your service address is and DirecTV doesn't like that and wants you to pay extra for it.
DirecTV doesnt care that you put leased receivers in your RV. Thats why they clearly state you can take receivers from in the home and move them back and forth.
They care that you're receiving service outside of your service address. Your waiver is DirecTVs implicit approval of you using equipment (yours, theirs, I dont think it matters) to receive THEIR service at a location other than your service address.
Yet, they dont require waivers for cabins.
Now, to make it even more aggravating, they very vaguely say:
You can move a receiver between your home and RV as needed.
Thats great. Thats what most people do, and thats ground thats understood, covered, and in the clear.
The vague part is:
You can also mirror a receiver to your home account by paying a $5.00/month mirroring fee.
I can mirror plenty of receivers to my home account... What are you implying I can do with my mirrored receivers, oh DirecTV.com FAQ... What is it that you imply? Are you saying that as long as I pay the "lease/add'l" (mirror) fee, that I can put home account receivers in my RV without an RV account? No matter where my RV is (atleast within the continental U.S.)??http://support.direc...2lkL2h0aVRra05q