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Directv Movers Program


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#1 OFFLINE   pez2002

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Posted 07 January 2003 - 09:53 PM

I Was watching One of the Channels On Directv & they came on with a promo for the directv Movers Program

So here is my Question Why do you have to leave your old dish behind ??? Can Anyone Explain this to me ????
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#2 OFFLINE   Karl Foster

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Posted 07 January 2003 - 10:03 PM

perhaps to make it easier for the new person to subscribe to Directv, or to prevent possible lawsuits from people who fall trying to retrieve the dish off the roof. Another likely reason is by giving you a $50 dish, they can hook you for one more year of service commitment. :shrug:
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#3 OFFLINE   Mike123abc

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Posted 08 January 2003 - 01:36 AM

I think the main idea is that the person that moves in afterwards will see the dish and think, "hmm I could go satellite here and half the work is done after all there is a dish there). For the $50 they risk on the dish they get a good chance at a new customer.

#4 OFFLINE   cnsf

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Posted 08 January 2003 - 09:13 AM

All you need to do in the new home is pick up and activate the receivers. Worth the cost to D* to pick up a new sub to give away a new dish and installation.
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