Can you still call and "move" to receive different local networks?

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peelpub94

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Just wondering as I have done this once in the past with success years ago. Not sure if they've put in restrictions to stop this. Thanks!
 
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I've read no reports of anyone having trouble changing their service address.
 
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Oh yes, just dont give them too much info. I assume you know the process if you've done it before. Tip: Let them change your billing address too on the phone and then fix it yourself online. I think it causes less suspicion but I could just be paranoid. "Moving" is one of the many perks of Directv. Pay your bill, they don't care.
 
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OK, but what about people that have D* & have bundled it with their AT&T internet &/or landline?
Are they going to be successful at "moving" their (D*) service address these days?

Also, they have this disclaimer on their bundle offers. (this from a pop-up terms link on their home page)
Svcs: Svc addresses must match
 
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OK, but what about people that have D* & have bundled it with their AT&T internet &/or landline?
Are they going to be successful at "moving" their (D*) service address these days?

Also, they have this disclaimer on their bundle offers. (this from a pop-up terms link on their home page)
Don't think you will be able to "move" if you have ATT internet bundled.
 
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Don't think you will be able to "move" if you have ATT internet bundled.
We couldn't move when we had a Directv Verizon bundle either.

Just another reason for me not to bundle satellite service.
And honestly the discount is a drop in a hat anyway.
 
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We didn't find any reason to bundle worth the trade offs. We dumped AT&T for their own company Cricket and never looked back. 5 lines for 100 and you can get unlimited there for 55 if you need that or several amounts in between. Post paid has nothing on that. Unless you need the payment plans for the new phones there is very little reason to remain on post paid anymore.
 
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