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HBO GO Roku??

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by damondlt, Dec 21, 2012.

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  1. Dec 22, 2012 #61 of 175
    Justin23

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    Actually you did say you would need to get new leased equipment...
     
  2. Dec 22, 2012 #62 of 175
    damondlt

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    Did I bring up On demand? NOPE! Only a Directv Defender, only then did I engage. And brought up issues. And you guys only focused on speed, cause that all you had.
     
  3. Dec 22, 2012 #63 of 175
    damondlt

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    WOW,

    WOW WOW WOW.!! Again you are clueless

    H25's do On Demand? , I guess I have the only 2 that don't
     
  4. Dec 22, 2012 #64 of 175
    Justin23

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    You start the On-Demand from an HD-DVR and then start watching on the HD receiver.

    No need to call names, it makes you look foolish.

    I'm not "blindly defending" anything...but somehow you have this conspiracy theory that D* not allowing HBOGo on Roku means they are trying to squeeze every red cent from you?
     
  5. Dec 22, 2012 #65 of 175
    damondlt

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    If I want HBO my 2 rooms with NON directv equipment yes I would!
     
  6. Dec 22, 2012 #66 of 175
    Justin23

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    Let me say this slower

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    Speed

    I didn't say the subject of On-Demand...I said S-P-E-E-D
     
  7. Dec 22, 2012 #67 of 175
    Hoosier205

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    ...of course they make that call. Who else would? :rolleyes: It requires authentication from a valid and cooperating service provider.

    No it is not like that at all. In no way is it like purchasing a car and finding out your insurance provider will not cover it. :lol:

    They already offer you access to all of the HBO content by computer, by mobile device, and at home. Yet you are complaining because they do not allow access from a device that makes it easier for people to stop doing business with them. :rolleyes:
     
  8. Dec 22, 2012 #68 of 175
    Hoosier205

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    ...and?
     
  9. Dec 22, 2012 #69 of 175
    Justin23

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    Make up your mind...

    "I never said that....wait yes I did...no I didn't"

    I haven't seen this much flip flopping since the last election
     
  10. Dec 22, 2012 #70 of 175
    damondlt

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    Yea that about summs it up.

    Your defense and unresearched comments make you look foolish.

    And Not everyone has HR's if you would have read half of any of the posts.

    I also have 2 rooms in my house where I chose to have a streaming device rather that PAY directv $12 per month and $400 in upgrades to have HBO in them.

    Get it yet?
     
  11. Dec 22, 2012 #71 of 175
    Justin23

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    I have to know....what size is your tin foil hat?
     
  12. Dec 22, 2012 #72 of 175
    Hoosier205

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    Your choice. Your own self imposed limitation.

    Again, your own choice and it would not cost you $400.

    DirecTV is not keen on ushering its customers towards the most popular and affordable cost cutting device in all the land! I'm shocked I tell you, shocked!
     
  13. Dec 22, 2012 #73 of 175
    damondlt

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    Why should I have to? I started a thread. Thats Asked why Directv doesn't work on Roku, I didn't feel I have to go into anything Untill the "defenders" Started Flip floping around their "ON Demand Excuse" for no HBO GO on RoKU.

    Why does it matter what I want Roku for?
     
  14. Dec 22, 2012 #74 of 175
    damondlt

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    2 Hr24, would Cost $199 each and $6 each per month?
    Where am I wrong?
     
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    Um, wasn't that the whole point of this thread?

    I'm still waiting for you to respond to my question of how long you have had the 2 Roku boxes for?
     
  16. Dec 22, 2012 #76 of 175
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    Since when is an HD-DVR in each room a requirement to watch HBO?
     
  17. Dec 22, 2012 #77 of 175
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    Yes, you asked why it will not work for DirecTV subscribers. That question was answered. Then you began to rant about On Demand.
     
  18. Dec 22, 2012 #78 of 175
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    Does Directv Support HBO GO on Roku? Answer NO!

    Good thanks!

    If I was a Customer with NO HR's on my account, I would be forced to upgrade to get On Demand Right? Yep! Thanks Directv!
     
  19. Dec 22, 2012 #79 of 175
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    That it would cost you $199 for each HR. Plus, you don't need two of them. You don't need any additional HR's. You already have two. Only one would be required for your entire home to access On Demand.
     
  20. Dec 22, 2012 #80 of 175
    damondlt

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    NO NO NO NO Your did in post Number 4. I never would have said anything besides that sucks!
     
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