We are looking into changing service providers. Which service do you guys recommend?
so does direct TV offer it ? im on cox and here in SD they dont offer it yet the Cox in las vegas does... i hate them.After doing a little web surfing this MAVtv thing now falls into the decision making process.
Direct TV does.I thought dish had some hd for life promo now. I have had both both are good
Here in Indiana we have rain/snow storms all the time and it has to be raining/snowing like for it to go out for a bit. It only happens a couple times a year and then for only a couple minutes.Here in San Diego we dont get much bad weather so thats not a issue for me.
I've been thinking about trying this.Directv ( and most likely Dish) are hurting for customers, lots of people cancelling due to the economy. You can almost name your own price.
If you are a Directv customer, this is what you do -
"Hi, this is Directv, how can I help you?
I want to cancel my subscription.
OK sir, can I ask why?
Got a flyer from Dish, I can get the same service for 20 bucks a month less.
One moment please. (they transfer you to the retention department)
Hello sir, I understand you want to cancel, is there anything we can do to keep you as a customer? How about if we take 20 dollars a month off your bill?
Well, I don't know............
And we will throw in the movie channel package for 6 months no charge.
That sounds good, ok, I will stay"
I did this when I got a notice that they wanted to raise my bill 15 bucks a month, no price increase, ended up paying 20 bucks a month less and free movie channels.