Just call DirecTV at 1-800-531-5000, reference "4. CHANGES IN CONTRACT TERMS" in the DirecTV contract and state you do not accept the changes detailed in the contract change notification that take effect February 9, 2010.
Don't say you want to cancel because your canceling incurs the Early Cancellation Fee (ETF), instead, simply state you do not agree to the change in contract terms and they will be forced to end your contract as they can not provide one customer different terms than another. If they don't listen to you, send a certified letter stating you do not agree to the terms. Remember *not* to say you wish to cancel, only that you do not agree to the change in terms and conditions.
this was for 2010 contract
The thing is you will pay for any charges for the current month but if and when you signed your contract this rsn fee was not there you can cancel.
Umm...no. That isn't how it works. Every place you lifted this claim from is full of people who attempted it and it didn't work. It's nonesense. The terms you initially agreed to stated that the terms are subject to change.
Programming, pricing, terms and conditions subject to change.
Edited by Hoosier205, 12 February 2013 - 07:33 PM.