My father, like me, has his own DirecTV account. However, he's retired and thinking of buying a home in Texas so that when he and my mother visit my brother and his kids, they can stay at their house. Now, because he goes down there at irregular intervals and not just for the winter, he was thinking of having DirecTV installed at that house as well as his current home in the Chicago burbs. He doesn't want to have one shut off temporarily while he's at the other address because sometimes he'll be down there by himself, leaving my mom and sister (who, along with her daughter, lives with the folks) up here. In addition, sometimes my mom will travel there by herself. So, in a nutshell, is it permissible to have their longtime DirecTV service remain active at their house, but get a new, separate service at their Texas address and keep that active all the time, too? One main reason why my dad doesn't want to disconnect their current service is because he's grandfathered in with the HD DNS network channels and doesn't want to lose them, which would happen if he just canceled service and relocated it. He's just wanting to make sure everything is kept on the up and up.