RV with Hopper3?

CamTV

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Could you have 2nd Hopper3 on an account?

CURRENT SET UP: In the house is Hopper3 Plus 3 Joeys.

Would like to add the DISH Traveler DISH TV HD TRAV'LER Automatic Multi-Satellite TV Antenna | Winegard Company

RV SET UP: Ideally would have another Hopper 3 and 4K Joey. Could this work or am I stuck with Wallys for the RV?

NEXT Question is if I can add the 2nd Hopper for the RV would it be $7 vs $15 (Already paying $15 for the 1st Hopper in House) and then $7 for the RV Joey 4K?
 

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I was a fulltime RVer with a winter and summer RV and I moved my Hopper 3 and Joey's between them. T he Hopper went with me.
 
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I was a fulltime RVer with a winter and summer RV and I moved my Hopper 3 and Joey's between them. T he Hopper went with me.
That's definitely one solution! Would like to see if I can figure out the other aka adding another Hopper and Joey and then keep this idea as aback up :) Hopefully, others can weigh in on the other options.
 

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Yes you can. You will have to purchase the H3 and either purchase or lease the 4K Joey. If the Joey is purchased, you can activate and deactivate them both as needed without returning the Joey to dish. Monthly fees would be $15 and $7 while active either way.
 
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Yes you can. You will have to purchase the H3 and either purchase or lease the 4K Joey. If the Joey is purchased, you can activate and deactivate them both as needed without returning the Joey to dish. Monthly fees would be $15 and $7 while active either way.
So the second Hopper 3 would cost an additional $15 per month on top of the first Hopper 3 in the house that is already $15 per month? I'm pretty clear on the Joey being $7. Thanks
 

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So the second Hopper 3 would cost an additional $15 per month on top of the first Hopper 3 in the house that is already $15 per month? I'm pretty clear on the Joey being $7. Thanks
Yes, it would be $15 for the second Hopper 3. This $15 second Hopper fee applies to any model of Hopper (in the combinations where Dish will allow more than one Hopper on the account). So for example, even with a Hopper Duo that has a DVR fee of only $10 for the first Hopper Duo, the second Hopper Duo would still cost $15 per month, and would still need to be a purchased receiver.
 
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