Don't get your hopes up... from their policy page:
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I really had difficult time dealing with their CS rep too Dell CS that is. But for that matter, E* is no exception. I was talking to one sales guy and he said that 811 will be offered as part of the DHP equipment lease option on 15 th. I called them back to make sure what I've heard is true, since I read that the 811 will be available in Dec time frame, and $#*& they said that they never heard such thing. Huh????? What is going on here?? Had to laugh :superlol:
After the buy back on a new customer activation, a retailer could still make a buck. However the unit should not be sold as receiver only when any real new customer would need a dish as well. Nov 17th? HA!!!!!
I didn't go read their promo but I can bet you that they are quoting $199 for the receiver on a new activation (customer) on the Free Dish promo that gives you a free $199 receiver/Dish/install and if you upgrade to a higher end receiver the $199 is deducted so they could actually get to $199. Of course with Dish in a state of flux as to the real price for the 811 they could still be off if the price does end up at the lofty $499 they are quoting at the present.