For some reason I don't get charged a mirroring fee. Never have. Maybe because I was a Primestar customer. Probably will now that I've said this.MikeF said:Yes, you pay a mirroring fee for each box (any type of receiver, not just DVR) after the first one. Then you pay 1 DVR fee for the first DVR on your account. All other DVRs (up to 8?) are then covered by that one DVR fee.
I would say there is a good chance of it, since they would prolly want to extend ur commitment, and any new commitment pays the 5.99, or so I'm told.hyde76 said:If you are currently at a DVR Fee of $4.99 and you add one of the cheap 40 GB ones being discussed, does your DVR fee change to $5.99?
Somebody has to pay for the development costs of the "R15" and "HR20", and for the new original programming that they are going to attempt and finally for wage increases, but not likely for the minimum wage people.rminsk said:I am still trying to figure out how their operating cost went up. They are no longer releasing any new software for them. How do they justify the increase?