I think part of the issue stems from the fact that you must produce an RV title to qualify for RV service. I think this may have been a step towards thwarting those trying to get DNS for their home (or another country) when they didn't otherwise qualify.
I'm the OP and have a current DTv residential account. We will be full time in an RV starting in a couple of months. What I want to do is to keep my residential account for a month or two, and start up an RV account soon.
Here's the results of recent phone calls:
I called 888-777-2454, was referred to a second DTv number, and then to a third DTv number and was referred finally to Winegard. I was assured that Winegard is a dealer for DTv and could help me and answer all my questions. I called Winegard, and they could answer my questions, except that the answer was that a DirecTv dealer can not start up a second account for someone if they already have an account. Winegard says this is DTv's policy, not theirs.
So Winegard is who can do this for me, according to DTv, but Winegard says they can't because DTv requires them not to.
Surely someone at DTv knows the answer. All I want them to do is to start a second account and let me pay them more money. How do I find that person?
anyone can have two accounts, you may not get the promos with the second account though
why not just take the home account and put it in the rv?
any dealer will install a RV account, wineguard makes the dishes for HD for campers, really doesnt do directv accounts, they can but same as RV world, just go to a dealer they will set you up, not the rv dealer, a directv dealer.
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