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It may be interesting to note whether DIRECTV customers are getting routed differently from AT&T customers. Most who are getting US reps would seem to be DIRECTV customers.
The likelihood that she was being truthful here is pretty low. Once you've been awarded a commitment, it is near impossible to get rid of it so check early and often.She said I would remain NOT under contract but to check and make sure after my installation.
You can try, but I can't recall hearing of anyone who was able to correct issues that didn't go as promised or requested.I accepted it but said if I found out I was under contract for 2 years I would ask for that discount to be extended for 24 months.
You would benefit greatly (and we wouldn't have to hear about it anymore) if you got over your vendetta against DOCSIS. DOCSIS is not the problem and to use it as a pseudonym for cable company provided broadband is wrong if for no other reason than it hides the true culprit; any beef your might have is directly with your cable operator.Me personally I wouldn't go to cable for video . If u don't have fiber available that I guess you like me and have to use docsis for broadband
That works out to about $183.33/month. The DIRECTV Average Revenue Per Unit is probably upwards of $150 so while you're above average, it isn't outrageous. Some are paying well upwards of $200.I get your point, but I was already paying over $2200/year, which is simply outrageous.
If you want DIRECTV, you can't expect to pay Sling TV pricing.So because their prices are outrageously high in general, that makes the pricing ok?
The most recent figure I saw was from EoY 2020 and the ARPU was $137.64 for the combination of DIRECTV, the AT&T TV and Uverse. DIRECTV is the most expensive option by far. Between 2018 and 2020, the corporate TV ARPU went up $15.88. Because the numbers for each division are combined in the financial reports, it isn't possible to calculate what the divisional numbers are.I don't follow your logic. Wait - "probably upwards" - so you are just assuming that figure, or do you actually have a source for this alleged "average revenue per unit"?
GordonGekko made mention of that in the second sentence. The lament is that while you'll find that on Netflix, you won't find it on DIRECTV Stream (with an ATV).Not sure why you aren't seeing it but HBO Max on the Apple TV has a thumbnail preview that you can clearly see while fast forwarding and it is smoother than the full screen fast forward on the Genie.
You don't have to log in to an account to get the Channel Lineup PDF.If you go to your D* account.. don't remember the exact steps but under change programing you can view a PDF channel line up ..
Given the competitive pressures from other broadband schemes as well as the improvements in technology, it had better not. Comcast used to double my speed when they realized that they weren't competitive.Jeepers my DSL price has not changed in some time, 5+ years, if I recall.
As a joint venture, AT&T and TPG are the DIRECTV stockholders. AT&T is the "majority stockholder" and TPG is the "minority stockholder".And since DIRECTV is wholly owned by two companies (AT&T and TPG) they don't have stockholders.
All included doesn't change the bill, it just presents less line items on the bill. There are several things that aren't included in "All Included" such as additional TV fees and RSN fees. "All Included" is DIRECTV's version of everyone else's "unlimited" in our modern world of misleading plan naming.Nice I keep reading about this "all included " package i may need to call