Posted 10 June 2013 - 02:20 PM
Simply having a Genie doesn't force you to pay for Whole Home.
Advanced Receiver fee for the Genie is $25
I'm almost positive that is part of the lease agreement.
Yes here it is.
"You agree to continuously maintain the minimum level of programming with us as follows: new customers: 24 consecutive months; existing customers: 24 consecutive months for DVR, HD and/or HD DVR Receivers and any Clients, or 12 consecutive months for standard Receivers. If you selected an Advanced Whole-Home DVR (aka “Genie HD DVR”) or an HD DVR, you agree to pay a monthly Advanced Receiver fee ($25/mo.). If you selected an HD Receiver, you agree to pay a monthly Advanced Receiver-HD fee ($10/mo.). If you selected a DVR Receiver, you agree to pay a monthly Advanced Receiver-DVR fee ($10/mo.). If you selected a TiVo® HD DVR from DIRECTV (except for model HR10-250), you agree to pay a monthly Advanced Receiver-TiVo fee ($25/mo.) and a monthly TiVo fee ($5/mo.). THIS AGREEMENT TO MAINTAIN PROGRAMMING IS SEPARATE AND DIFFERENT FROM ANY OTHER YOU MAY HAVE MADE WITH DIRECTV AND IS FULLY ENFORCEABLE UNDER THESE TERMS."
Top 200, Encore,Showtime, HBO, Cinemax, BB Movie Pack, Netflix Free for 12 months
Hopper with Sling, 60 inch Vizio M- series Living room
Hopper ,40 inch Samsung 5000 series, Master Bedroom
Joey , 32 inch Magnavox LCD, Bedroom 2
Joey, 32 inch Element LED, Bedroom 3
(Vip 211z in November 2015)
Blue Ridge Communications
Basic Plus Cable in 6 rooms
Arris Touchstone DG1660
G15 Internet 15 Mbps down 3 Mbps up.