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  1. Agreed, we summered in the blast furnace that is the valley of the sun once and hopefully once. Our high temperature was 115.
  2. June 13th update - ATT/DirecTV has signed agreements with FOX CBS NBC so 390 391 392 393 398 399 now viewable. CW and ABC TBD.
  3. We live full-time in our RV and have since 2009 and have had DNS all that time, both east and west coast feeds. Been a crazy couple days. Checked yesterday morning when I got up and had all channels. Later lost ABC east but still had ABC west but only for a few hours. This morning both CW east and west missing too. Might take a while to sort this new reality out.
  4. Took me 6 hours over a couple days, about 8 reps and still had to have the problem escalated to the next level. Couple days later the channels were changed. Hope future changes are like yours and not ours.
  5. Which number did you call? Did you get forwarded to a specific department?Reason I ask is that I have spent 2 hours on the phone trying to change service address in preparation for June 1st. We cannot get networks OTA in our current location.
  6. I have been unable to change my service address over the phone for some time now. AT&T acts like buying DirecTV was a mistake and they hate RV mobile accounts more. When DNS goes away it will be interesting if they have the same tune. Our service address is KCMO now and we are in Texas in an area where OTA does not bring in network channels.
  7. Yeah DNS is great but also gone on DirecTV on June 1st.
  8. And in order to offer DNS DirecTV just has to offer locals in 12 more markets. Yet they send out notices blaming the law.
  9. For us, once we had our DirecTV and AT&T accounts combined into a single 'mobile' account it was very difficult to change service address.
  10. We have DNS but our friends do not. The last three times they have tried to change locals they have been denied. They have just given up. We are currently in a place that does not get local networks, can get a couple secondary channels that just carry reruns from the 70s, so DNS really comes in handy. WiFi also sucks so can't stream.
  11. I had heard that Dish was no longer offering Distant Networks.
  12. Yeah Joel 'docj' YouTubeTV comes in great on park wifi in the middle of Montana at dialup speeds 😒
  13. "Distant Networks" going away June 1st. I also posted in the satellite thread here
  14. Just got an email today from DirecTV. -- Regrettably, we must inform you of a new law that affects your programming. Until recently, the Satellite Television Extension and Localism Act Reauthorization (STELAR) Act authorized DIRECTV to provide you access to your out-of-market broadcast networks—ABC, CBS, NBC, CW, and/or FOX. Unfortunately, Congress has decided to not renew key provisions of this law. As a result, on June 1, 2020, we no longer will be able to provide you access to these out-of-market channels. These are not available anywhere else. However, this change does not affect access to your existing local network stations. If you’re paying for these channels, you’ll receive a credit within 1-2 billing cycles for this programming change. If you have any questions, please call us at 866.595.9429. Thank you for choosing DIRECTV. -- This might be a topic for the lobbying group.
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