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danderson101

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Nov 29, 2003
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If it's been 4 or 5 years since I had dish, would I be considered a new customer? If not, what's the difference in what it would cost me to sign up for the dvr advantage (w/ 18 month commitment), at250, HD, locals?
 
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levibluewa

SatelliteGuys Pro
Apr 25, 2006
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Hmmmmm....

Directv must have a different policy. I left them in 97-98 for DISH. They keep sending me all these offers. When I called them last January thinking to take them up on their offer of free movies for 3 months and other free stuff only available to "new" customers, I was told that I'm not a "new" customer and the free stuff wouldn't apply. :(
 

skyviewmark

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Sep 29, 2006
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Bay Minette, Al
Dish has a 6 months policy. DirecTV has a 2 year policy. By the books of course. Your miliage may vary depending on what kind of mood the CSR is in when you call
 

dvbfan

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Sep 1, 2006
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Actually, not exactly new even after you've left 4-5 years. They cannot allow you to sign up without commitment. If you had dish many years ago and you wanted them again, they insist on 18-months minimum.

For true new customer, they will allow you to sign up without commitment and you pay them $50 for install with 30 days money back guarantee no commitment for long term service if you're not satisfied.
 

Slamminc11

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Jan 28, 2005
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...For true new customer, they will allow you to sign up without commitment and you pay them $50 for install with 30 days money back guarantee no commitment for long term service if you're not satisfied.

Dish dropped the 30 day MBG back in February.
 
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