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How often do you switch providers?

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#76 OFFLINE   mdavej


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Posted 17 March 2012 - 12:29 PM

Been with D* for 11 years & I'm thinking of switching to Dish for Hopper/Joey system. Question, if I get 2 joey's & decide say 6 months later to drop one of the joey's will it extend my 2-year contract or cost me any penalty fees?

Best to ask DIRT, but I've dropped receivers mid-contract without penalty or contract extension.

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#77 OFFLINE   PokerMunkee


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Posted 17 March 2012 - 01:54 PM

I jumped from DTV after 3 years to DISH to save $20/month. I think in another year, I'll jump back to DTV to get new equipment. I really really like the DTV remote better than my DISH one. It is just layed out better and the volume/channel buttons are much larger and right at your fingertips.

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