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which service plan is more convenient

ok....putting dollars aside.....

if u had to choose ...which extended service plan is the most convenient and easiest to deal with. the stores' service plans or the dtv 7.99/mo service plan?

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If money was no object, then D* plan is probably easier (and lasts forever). However, money is an object and D* protection plan is overpriced compared to the protection plans offered by the stores. If once that expires, you still want a protection plan you can always convert to the D* plan.

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Advantage to D*TV plan is that it covers all equipment. So if you have multiple receivers, it is not so costly on a per unit basis.

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Advantage to D*TV plan is that it covers all equipment. So if you have multiple receivers, it is not so costly on a per unit basis.


Cover's only D* equipment, right? That is, it doesn't cover the TV or other "system" equipment.

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Cover's only D* equipment, right? That is, it doesn't cover the TV or other "system" equipment.


Thats right, but in my case it covers three receivers, cabling and the dish.
For the three receivers, I would have paid several hundred $$ individualy, and even more when (and if) I add the HD.

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