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Posted 12 June 2013 - 12:47 PM

Didn't realize it would be that high.  I already have Whole Home DVR.  What are the other additional fees?

 

With 4 TVs you would be paying

 

$18 for 3 additional receivers ($6/month x 3, the first is free)

$10 for HD service

$10 for DVR service

$3 for Whole Home DVR

 

So a total of $41.

 

If you go with 5 TVs then it would be $47 since you would add another $6/month for another additional reciever.

 

Not sure where he got $43, unless he was using the $25 Advanced Receiver DVR fee which included HD, DVR and Whole Home services, but as far as I know that is only for new customers.  I believe since you are an existing customer they will stay seperate like I have it broken down above.


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