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NHL CI 2010-11 Itemized on my bill?

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by Maleman, Aug 3, 2010.

  1. Maleman

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    07/28/2010 XXXXXXXX4472 NHL CENTER ICE: 10-11 HD - Charge $0.00 $0.00
    07/28/2010 XXXXXXXX4472 NHL Center Ice: 2010-11 - Charge $0.00 $0.00

    Any ideas what that is?

    I find their bills to be somewhat confusing at times.

    thanks
     
  2. Hoosier205

    Hoosier205 Active Member

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    Did you subscribe to Center Ice last season? If so, the auto renewal will be kicking in soon for the upcoming season.
     
  3. Maleman

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    Yes I did subscribe. Thanks for the notice. I can cancel anytime before the first game? But they will be charging me soon?
     
  4. steinmeg

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    They will probably start to charge the month the NHL starts, I think it is Oct when the league starts to play for real.....
    GO DEVILS
     
  5. Hoosier205

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    My guess would be...sometime in September. Yes, you can cancel anytime before the season begins.
     
  6. FLWingNut

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    But why would you want to? (grin)
     
  7. Maleman

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    LOL well I think I got credits last year. It was a pretty decent package I suppose. I guess its hard to think about hockey right now. I was just surprised to see it itemized on my bill.
     
  8. DishCSR

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    It will start charging you next month, you will get the early bird pricing,(if you choose to keep it , that is) therefore it will start next month, sports subs always auto renew early, and this is the way customers are notified, 0.00 charge the month before the charges start.
     

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