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DirecTV Latin America Swaps Out Cards

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Posted 29 January 2002 - 04:02 AM

DirecTV Latin America recently upgraded its customers throughout the Latin America and Caribbean region to new smart cards, part of the company's latest efforts to deter signal theft.

The project concluded last week as earlier versions of smart cards were deactivated throughout the region served by DirecTV Latin America. The last step in the smart card process helped eliminate pirated signals, the company said.

In total, 1.3 million new cards were hand-delivered to customers in 28 countries throughout Latin America and the Caribbean. New DirecTV customers received the new smart card as part of their equipment when they signed up for service

From <a href="http://www.skyreport.com" target=none>SkyReport</a> (Used with permission)

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