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Movers Connection Question

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by matty8199, Sep 10, 2006.

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  1. matty8199

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    I'm moving in November, and while I don't yet have an HDTV, I probably will at some point in the near future. Can I ask for the 5 LNB dish now when I move, or will they automatically install the 3 LNB dish I already have?
     
  2. paulman182

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    Things may change by November, but my new install in July included the 3-LNB dish. I think that's what you'll get unless you sign on for HD when you move.

    Why not see if they'll do a free upgrade of your system when you move? You could use the HD receiver with SD until you get the new TV.
     
  3. messtoph

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    I tried the same thing last month. I was told that you need an HDTV in order to get the install. I think that this may not be true. I'm sure there are thousands of people with an HD dish and SDtv. Just order the HD and see what happens at the time of install. I doubt they will leave without doing the install.
     
  4. matty8199

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    OK, also here's another question - the person I'm moving in with currently has a DirecTV account that he is transferring to his new roommates, and I'm taking my current DirecTV account with us to our new apartment - HOWEVER, he wants to keep his R15 with him. How do I go about adding his R15 to my account?
     
  5. AnonomissX

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    He has to disconnect that receiver off his account. He "gives" it to you, and you will have to call in and have Directv's access card department bill you $20.00 for a new access card FedExed to you on your own account. Then you will put the new access card in the R15, and call to activate, as well as activate the R15 DVR service on your own account.

    ****However****

    This won't work if he got the receiver after March 1st...because if he disconnects it off his account and he had it since March 1st of 2006, it will be considered LEASED, and will then have to RETURN IT TO DIRECTV if he disconnects it on his account!!!

    Then, you will have to get a box for your own account, try to work out any deals you can :)
     
  6. surfbird

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    <<TRU>> BUT.. ACCTS can be merged but it would depend on who had the commitment.. & those irds from one acct would need the new ac purchased. so the leased ird would not have to be returned since it would still be active so to fulfil commitment with. But mover's connection only gives you a dish that is suitable w/your equipment UNLESS you upgrade equipment. depending on acct status & ratings you may or may not get discount on equipment. If you have not had an acct long then you may have to pay $120 upfront for the mc & it would be credited back to the acct over a 12 month period. Sorry, to overload w/info but thought I would let you know extra info. plus, if you upgrade equipment, depends on standard for 1 yr commitment or advanced equip for 2 yr commitment.. commitments cannot be waived either. so know ahead of time what is available to you & what area you will move in things like locals & hd locals, because if not available then prevent commitment unless you want that equipment bad, Robin
     
  7. matty8199

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    Huh? I'm not worried about the commitment - the only way I can watch the Mets from here in eastern PA is with satellite, and that's the only reason I got DirecTV in the first place...so I'm not switching back to cable anytime soon.

    His R15 is leased - you're telling me he'd have to send that back and pay $99 to lease another one? That's the dumbest thing I've ever heard...
     
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