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DirecTV DNS Waiver form and fax #

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During a conversation with our fellow volunteers tonight we discovered that while they have had DirecTV for years they have never had DNS. They said that when they called DTV they were denied. We discussed using the waiver form and I told them I would get the form and fax #.

Well I cannot find the RV waiver form on DTV but rather just a bunch of stuff about signal tests etc which I presume is for people in houses.

So does anyone have link to the Form and the fax number???


Another question. We ourselves have SD not HDTV. If we switch do we need to send in a new form?? Also if you change RVs do you need to send in a new form with a new vehicle registration??

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Mobile Vehicle Declaration of Intent – Distant Network Services

I ____________________________________________, am a DIRECTV customer. My DIRECTV account number is _________________________.

I intend to subscribe to Distant Network Services from DIRECTV for use on the vehicle ascribed registration number ______________________________________ in the state of ____________ for the term from ___________ until _____________. (Attached is a copy of the current registration for this vehicle).

I attest that the satellite antenna to be used to receive this programming is attached to, and the system receiver is located in, this vehicle (which is a motor vehicle or commercial truck and not a boat or any other kind of marine vessel), and is not intended for use in a fixed dwelling residence. I understand that the misuse of this equipment will result in the termination of my Distant Network Service programming and could lead to legal action taken against me.

Name (Print) ______________________________________________

Signed ______________________________________________

Date ________________________

Please return completed Declaration of Intent,

along with a copy of your current vehicle registration, to the address below. (Commercial truck operators must also submit a copy of their current commercial drivers license).


Attn: Mobile Network Services

P.O. Box 6550

Greenwood Village, CO 80155-6550

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One possible reason for people being turned down for DNS is if they asked about adding DNS to the receiver(s) in their RV when they also have DTV installed at a sticks and bricks home somewhere. DTV is not supposed to let you do that (I have heard stories about people getting approved to do this, but it's not supposed to be done). You're supposed to have completely separate accounts for the RV and your home if this is what you would like to do. One, relatively legal, way to get around this requirement is to cancel your home DTV subscription and move all your receivers into the RV (or at least that's what you're going to tell DTV). Then your only account will be an RV account and will be approved for DNS.

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