If you are using the service at one place at a time, you can have one account. You should call every time you move the receiver and tell them where it is located.Chase99 said:Hello. New poster here.
Is it possible to have one account with service at two separate domiciles?
I have a home in the Washington, DC suburbs and another in the mountains of West Virginia. I split nearly equal time bewteen the two. In DC I have FiOS TV service and in WV I have DirecTV. I'm an avid baseball and football fan and subscribe to the NFL Sunday Ticket and Extra Innings packages in WV. I've been thinking about dropping FiOS in DC to get DirecTV but before I sign up for a new account in DC I wanted to know if it is possible to just install a dish at my home in DC and bring my receiver from WV. Actually, I would be traveling with my receiver back and forth between residences whenever I travel from one place to the other. My thought here is that since I can only be at one place or the other I wouldn't be doing anything illegal. It's sort of software packages such as Microsoft Office or Adobe Acrobat professional where a user is authorized to install it ona desktop and a laptop under the premise that one cannot use both at the same time.
Is it possible to do this with DirecTV without violating any policies or laws?