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Thread: DISH says can't change
08-17-2008 07:23 AM #13
However, you can get Silver, Bronze, or Gold TurdoHD added to an AT pkg. if that's what you meant.
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08-17-2008 10:57 AM #14Pub Member / SupporterSERIOUSLY PEOPLE, THERE REALLY IS A DIFFERENCE AND IT ISN'T HARD TO FIGURE OUT!!!
>Loose=not tight, as in: Babette's garter is really loose and she may lose it.
>Lose=don't have it anymore, as in: Babette will lose her garter because it is really loose.
>Could care less=you can actually care less even more than what you do now.
>Couldn't care less=there is absolutely no more caring that can be cared about.
08-17-2008 11:08 AM #15
08-17-2008 05:14 PM #16
08-17-2008 07:31 PM #17
You are mistaken 100% on the current and old HD package too. Bronze, Gold, Platinum and Silver only refer to standalone packages. Only thing you might be correct on is that Tubro HD bronze has the same HD as AT 100+HD and Turbo HD Silver has same HD channel as AT 200 +HD and Turbo HD Gold has same HD channels as AT250+HD. That is only if that was what you meant which I am not sure either. And the Platinum add on can be added to any package to get the extra 7 HD channels that have no SD equivalent channel.
Dish never allowed you to get HD channels not included in your AT package except for the channels offered in the HD platinum add on. Even old HD package which was called dishHD Essential gave you only your HD channels based on your AT package. And it was a $10 add on no matter which AT tier you had. Old dishHD Ultimate for $20 gave you extra channel now offered in the HD platinum add-on. The difference was higher AT package you had the more HD channels you got. Under the new packages it still works 100% the same way. E* offers 2 add-on HD add-on + Platinum add-on and both add-on includes the same channels that old add-on included under the name dishHD Essential which was $10 and dishHD Ultimate which was $20 and included all the channels in dishHD Essential + current platinum add-on channels.
08-17-2008 08:46 PM #18
OK, I'm confused. Turbo HD is basically HD in 1080p right?