Downgrading programming package after ST promo

Discussion in 'DIRECTV Programming' started by Trendy2, Sep 11, 2007.

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  1. Trendy2

    Trendy2 Mentor

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    I'm curious, I signed up for D* on Saturday and chose the Premier package promotion with NFL Sunday ticket for $69.99/mo. I have no interest in the NFL whatsoever but having all of the premium movie channels will be nice. I was told by at least 3 CSR's (one of whom sounded exactly like Peyton Manning, but that's irrelevant) that once this 4 month promotion price ended and I wanted to downgrade to the PLUS HD-DVR plan that there would be no penalty or extra charge to do so. After reading this forum a lot the past couple of weeks I am seeing that there is, indeed, a fee to downgrade packages, specifically getting rid of premium movie channels. Was I lied to just so I would sign up or no?
     
  2. cnmsales

    cnmsales Hall Of Fame

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    Thats only if you cancel like 10 days after you pick the channel up. As long as you have them for longer then a month i believe you are o. Someone will confirm im sure,
     
  3. mexican-bum

    mexican-bum "Jack Of All Trades, Master Of Some"

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    must have premium for at least 30 days or $10 penalty, you will be fine:yesman:
     
  4. FavreJL04

    FavreJL04 Legend

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    You have 30 days before you can downgrade without a fee. With your promotion you may have to keep the package for the 4 month period before you can downgrade. Only way to tell is to call them up and ask, and make sure you check your bill afterwards.
     
  5. TriggerDeems

    TriggerDeems Godfather

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    And make sure you cancel NFL ST before next year, it WILL automatically renew.
     
  6. topcats69

    topcats69 AllStar

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    when did this fee start I never have seen anything or gotten charged it?
     
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