Yes my comment was based on anyone that has two or more tv's (most customers) will pay on average $11/mo more for Dish service with a Hopper system than without because the DVR cost is $4/mo more and there'll be one additional outlet fee ($7) over a typical install using previous equipment as most installs that have two or more tv's usually start with a *22 receiver which powers two tv's with one receiver. So yes obviously there are scenarios where it wouldn't be exactly $11 more for Hopper customers but that is the most common one.
Average $11 more is an overstatement except for one HD TV and one or more SD TVs. The Hopper/Joey is only slightly more than *22s for two HD TVs, less for more than 2 HD TVs, and a lot less compared to multiple tuner DVRs for more than 2 HD TVs. The only circumstance where *22s make sense is if extra TVs are SD. The Hopper/Joey is designed for, and reasonably priced for, HD households and has many more features than any previous DVR combination.