Customer service never heard of DNS??? (1 Viewer)

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Jt77

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So I am currently missing my local NBC and CW affiliates due to disputes. Where I live it is nearly impossible to get a local OTA signal on any of my locals. I called directv to see if I can apply for a DNS waiver and they have given me a different answer every time I call including a direct line to the DNS operations department that no longer exists when I call the #. In the past when we did not receive CBS and NBC in hd I got a waiver the same day I applied and it lasted until they picked up these channels in hd. It Cleary shows on the website that I cannot get an OTA signal and it let me apply for DNS online but is anyone looking at the application for DNS???
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Jt77

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The fcc says the station has to agree if there is no way to pick up a local ota signal reasonably. I have gotten them at this address in the past with the same station.


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The fcc says the station has to agree if there is no way to pick up a local ota signal reasonably. I have gotten them at this address in the past with the same station.


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IF you have gotten waivers previously at that address, why are you asking Us if thats the way to do it ?

I would do it the same way you previously have ...

Like Tex said, the Station has to agree for you to get it.
If the station is in a dispute with your provider, I don't know why they would OK one in this instance.
 
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