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Is the tin foil hat comfortable?geaux1 said:Yep, their days are numbered maybe even with the NFL if their horrid customer service and arrogance continues. Hell, I can get that arrogance right eher in Memphis but at least I can drive right down the block and talk to somebody at Comcast if I get desperate enough. And sending trolls out on message boards that are obvious employees to mock complaining customers is a poor business decision that will not benefit them in the long run IMHO.
lol.... What is your Dish Netowrk employee ID#?geaux1 said:
Now that's funny! I thought the same thing when I read his article. I only read down to where he started to complain about his third moving experience and stopped. He had a bad experience with an installer and figured he was so important (NOT) that he would write something bad about D* and folks would take it as gospel. He at least should have done some homework to get his facts right!Blitz68 said:lol.... What is your Dish Netowrk employee ID#?
Problem is, that install is more typical than a "good" install!lunatweeker said:one bad installation company ( or better one bad installer) and everyone should sell their stock in directv
because the company is a bad buy and will fail *doctor evil laught*
this guys tin foil hat is on to tight
I see you always post this after i speak "my truth". Well, .. you need to find some wood and knock gently is all i can say.. Why? My friend You ARE the Minority and unfortunately your story is one rare myth to the general public who experiences this mess.paulman182 said:My original install and upgrades were all smooth.
4 DVRS with one HD. Phone lines to all. 5LNB dish on pole mount, buried RG6. All free.
It's very cost effective... and no equipment to buy... just a thought to consider...:sure:bluedogok said:Out of the 8 years that I have had service I have called D* probably 6 times until I called retention to upgrade to HD a couple of months ago. My last call went well and no problems.
My D* works so much better than the Multimedia Cablevision that I had which would go out everytime the wind blew. I would not go back to cable if had a choice, I didn't change to Time Warner when I upgraded to HD, so I guess I did my a choice to stay with D* when I didn't have to.
Cable and FTTH don't do HD Lite (all HD channels are in full 1280 × 720p or 1920 x 1080i) that's only for satellite, well, DirecTV specifically.Time Warner cable here. Less HD channels. Verizon FIOS coming soon. Same limited channel lineup as cable but supposedly better quality video (no more HD-Lite?).