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Monthly bill credit tied to HBO?

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#1 OFFLINE   Nuzy


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Posted 13 July 2007 - 02:22 PM

Quick question on billing...

When I had my HR20 installed they gave me 6 months of HBO with a $10/mth credit, so net $3/mth for HBO for 6 months. They are separate line items on my bill.

I'm not a big fan of HBO, but I do like the movie selections I see on Starz in the guide. Do any of you know if I will keep my 6-month $10/mth credit if I cancel HBO before my 6 months is up and replace it with Starz programming. Or, will the credit automatically go away once I remove the HBO programming?


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#2 OFFLINE   say-what


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Posted 13 July 2007 - 02:26 PM

If they gave you the credit for trying HBO, the credit disappears when you drop HBO. They may have something similar for Starz. All I can say is call.

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