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Unrelated public service announcement

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Over the past 10 years or so I’ve changed TV service providers every two to three years due to price. They (Charter, DirecTV, Dish) usually give you a good deal the first year, an OK deal the second year, and then a lousy deal after that. At least that’s been my experience. So usually in year three I switch.

I just began year three with DirecTV and watched my bill go to over $100 a month (from under $50 a month the first year and under $80 a month in the second year). So I called them to tell them I was cancelling if they didn’t give me a break. They did. By agreeing to stick with them for another 12 months they are cutting my bill by $40 a month. I’m happy, and I don’t have to go through the hassle of switching.

If you are in a similar situation, give them a call. If they don’t give you the discount, ask specifically for the loyalty discount ($10 off per month) and the additional 12-month agreement discount ($30 off per month). You have to be with them for at least two years to get these discounts.

If you aren’t a DirecTV customer yet, you can sign up here for an even better rate. You get an additional $10 off for 10 months by using that link than you would just going to their site or calling in based on a mailer. After you’ve been a customer for a couple years be sure to call them to get your rate back down to a reasonable number.

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