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VonCole

DTVUSA Rookie
#1
:rolleyes: Question: After the initial installation of the "free" converter box, when and how much will we have to pay...to watch "free" TV? Has anyone checked out the small print on their coupon, which says...in the future, you may be charged for this "free" TV service.
 
#2
:rolleyes: Question: After the initial installation of the "free" converter box, when and how much will we have to pay...to watch "free" TV? Has anyone checked out the small print on their coupon, which says...in the future, you may be charged for this "free" TV service.
the coupons I received do not have this on them so if it is it must be new. any way free to air is free to air the only way they could do it is to stop transmitting and encrypt their signals like a cable company but this would be hard to do with a over the air broadcast. too many geeks out their they would have to randomly re encrypt every other day.:)
 

Jason Fritz

Administrator
Staff member
#3
:rolleyes: Question: After the initial installation of the "free" converter box, when and how much will we have to pay...to watch "free" TV? Has anyone checked out the small print on their coupon, which says...in the future, you may be charged for this "free" TV service.
Are you talking about the documentation provided with the coupons?

The only thing on the front of a coupon card is the coupon number and Valid Thru Date. Here's a picture of the back of a DTV Coupon,

 
#4
hmm thats weird, over the air television has been 100% free since it was first created. Never seen that on my letter or coupon card.

are you one of the people who think theres a "camera" inside the boxes spying on you too? (some rumour thats being spread out)

Sean
 
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