Thought I'd post this poll, based on DMurphy's comment about net promoter scores in another thread.
Oh sure, blame meUpstream said:Thought I'd post this poll, based on DMurphy's comment about net promoter scores in another thread.
I agree 100%, however, I would make sure that they were 110% prepared for the install with information from here and what I experienced with my install.AirRocker said:As long as it fit their needs, I would most definitely recommend it...
I guess that would be my response, but honestly, I don't know anyone that I think it's appropriate for. I recommended it to my sister, and they have it. Outside of them, I can't think of anyone else I know that I'd want to recommend it to. I used to talk them up a lot. But the hardware now seems buggier than it used to be. They seem to be a little more underhanded with things like extending contracts than they used to be. And the price advantage is no longer significant enough advantage to warrant the extra headaches for someone who "just wants tv service". It's a good service for someone who specifically wants the sports content, or wants the widest variety of HD at the highest quality, or who is a bit of a hobbyist with this kind of stuff, and accepts the quirks as part of the challenge. But I just don't know anyone else in those categories.AirRocker said:As long as it fit their needs, I would most definitely recommend it...
The question is would your wife recommend it?fluffybear said:I have recommended DirecTV to everyone I know from the very first day I signed up (some 14+ years ago). I can remember calling a buddy of mine in Arizona a couple of hours after hooking my first receiver and telling him that this was 'better then sliced bread'.
To my surprise, he ordered one from the same Rochester, New York Radio Shack I did that same night and had it on his doorstep 2 days later..
For the people I don't like,I would recommend all three of those.Stuart Sweet said:I said 9... because while I would recommend DIRECTV enthusiastically, it's not for everyone. There are those who would be better served by cable, Dish, or FiOS.