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Question About The $20 Advance Receiver Monthly Fee


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#1 OFFLINE   kb24sd

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Posted 09 July 2012 - 01:12 AM

Since I'm a new customer my question is does this only apply to the HR34 or do other Directv customers who have older DVR models have to also pay the $20 a month advance receiver fee?

Also if I bought the HR34 outright for $399 from a legit dealer like solidsignal.com would I still be charged for the monthly advanced receiver fee?

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#2 OFFLINE   kb24sd

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Posted 09 July 2012 - 01:24 AM

Sorry guys I just noticed I was in the Directv programming forum. I thought I was in Directv General Discussion.

Can a mod move this thread to the Directv General Forum?

If not go ahead and lock or delete this thread and I will open a new thread in the correct forum.

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Posted 09 July 2012 - 06:34 AM

Since I'm a new customer my question is does this only apply to the HR34 or do other Directv customers who have older DVR models have to also pay the $20 a month advance receiver fee?

Also if I bought the HR34 outright for $399 from a legit dealer like solidsignal.com would I still be charged for the monthly advanced receiver fee?

If you have HD & DVR service on your account you pay the ARS fee, and also get MRV, or whole home DVR service.
Older customers pay: HD $10, DVR $8, + MRV $3 = $21

Paying $399 for a HR34 from an "legit dealer", isn't an outright purchase price, but is a leased price.
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Posted 09 July 2012 - 11:50 AM

If you have HD & DVR service on your account you pay the ARS fee, and also get MRV, or whole home DVR service.
Older customers pay: HD $10, DVR $8, + MRV $3 = $21

Paying $399 for a HR34 from an "legit dealer", isn't an outright purchase price, but is a leased price.


Ok, so the $20 is basically what I pay now? Or would this be higher if I ever got one? I figured this was $20 for just the receiver service, not HD and whole home included.

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Posted 09 July 2012 - 11:58 AM

Ok, so the $20 is basically what I pay now? Or would this be higher if I ever got one? I figured this was $20 for just the receiver service, not HD and whole home included.

New customers/accounts pay $1 less with the ARS than we're paying by having them [3] separately listed on our bill.
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Posted 09 July 2012 - 04:31 PM

New customers/accounts pay $1 less with the ARS than we're paying by having them [3] separately listed on our bill.


I checked my billing statement for this month and forgot that I get $10 off the Advanced Receiver fee for 24 months because I enrolled in auto bill pay.




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