YES CANCEL business rules allow you to add DHPP when you need it. There is no requirement that you have it on a monthly basis but enough people keep it that it becomes a profit for DISH. To me your signal strength is too low for being in the center of the country and 119 should be stronger than 110, by my experience.Fallguy said:I have enough savvy to do most things the home protection plan has so should I cancel it at end of the free period (am new cust)?
My concern is what does dish do for a customer if a receiver goes belly up and you don't have the protection plan?
Its all leased equip do they typically replace a bad receiver even if you do not have home protection as they want to retain customers?
Thanks, I just don't want to have to pay for a new receiver in the future, or have to commit to another 2yr plan to get one again.
P.S. If one does not have home protection (as I will likely not in the future when I cancel) can you buy it one day and call in a couple days latter for a bad receiver. Long story short what is the deal in general with getting a bad receiver replaced and who pays.
My siganal is 64 on the 110bird and 52 on the 119 bird (fair, good, better than good, great) western KS