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Would a credit restart contract???

Discussion in 'DIRECTV General Discussion' started by jrntr, Jun 28, 2010.

  1. jrntr

    jrntr New Member

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    i called to try to lower my bill a little bit and got a $20/month credit for 12 months and was wondering if it was going to restart my contract. i am halfway through a 2 year contract. i meant to ask the rep but forgot. of course they never say......
     
  2. bixler

    bixler Hall Of Fame

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    No, this will not restart your contract.
     
  3. jrntr

    jrntr New Member

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    out of curiosity, what exactly does extend a contract. i know adding a receiver will. i found that out the hard way. how about adding or removing movie channels???? upgrading or downgrading a package???
     
  4. jodyguercio

    jodyguercio Active Member

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    Adding or removing premium services will not extend your contract, AFAIK neither does changing your programming.
     
  5. raoul5788

    raoul5788 Guest

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    http://www.satelliteguys.us/directv-forum/218198-contract-extension-chart.html
     
  6. susanandmark

    susanandmark Godfather

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    I have been told by a DirecTV CSR that a $5/month credit (for, I believe, 6 months) restarted my contract BUT, and it's a big but, I was also given two other reasons, none of which any DirecTV employee would back up with any kind of documentation, so who knows what really went on. I've been told over and over by those on this forum that a credit won't effect your contract. I'm not saying they're wrong--far from it--just warning that your mileage may vary. Personally, if you're concerned, I would email DirecTV, asking when your current contract expires. That way you have it in writing if it should ever change suddenly, without a legit reason.
     

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