The only SD DVR class IRD that has an ESATA port is the R22, which is essentially an HR21 with (very slightly) different skin. You may be able to find an owned one on ebay, but probably not. The R22 is no longer being manufactured.talktalktalk said:Just got HD DVR setup with 2 additional SD receivers. But I'm looking to cancel the HD service and returning the HD DVR to SD DVR. Which one will or should I ask for? And can I add an external HD (via esata connection) on it to expand the HD space?
phoneman06 said:You may qualify for free HD access for 24 months if you use auto pay. I called today and they gave it to me.
He stating that some existing customers can get free hd for 24 months with auto bill pay as well. So if you called you could see if that is something you are eligible if you sign up for auto bill pay and get the savings for 24 months.phoneman06 said:I was an existing customer. Like Shades said, if you are new you can get it for life.
You'll lose all of your HD channels.talktalktalk said:When I log in online in the services tab under HD is an HD access "active" button and under that is a remove link. What would happen if I click on it and remove the HD access?
Yes. The first receiver on your account is included in the base package price. Each additional receiver, whether leased or owned, is charged a monthly fee. If it is leased, it is a leased receiver fee. If it is owned, it is an additional receiver fee. The cost is the same either way.talktalktalk said:BUT, If I purchase or purchase an owned from someone.... do I still pay the lease fee?