Direct TV in canada?
Direct TV is coming out with 70 new HDTV channels and I am going to visit my friend in vegas.
what kind of problems might this give me?
Jul 15th, 2007 5:35 pm
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CanAm wrote: ↑Jul 15th, 2007 11:55 pmYes, as long as you have a US billing address you can get DTV. This is basically what RV'ers do - have a home address and the dish in the RV travelling around the US and Canada.
You can also get Dish in Canada for free. They will likely have a similar service for HD soon, and there are new FTA boxes coming that have HDTV.
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I don't really know what you mean. FTA is just a term to descripe the generic equipment used for FTA programs. FTA systems are also used to recieved "pay" signals as well. Yes there are severl HD channels available for "free"
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Yes, it is a personal decision. I have both Dish and Bell on my FTA. I also use VOIP, so my bills are pretty low for utilities!Octavius wrote: ↑Jul 16th, 2007 1:07 amEven if you're paying for it...I *believe* it is illegal to have Direct TV here in Canada since it doesn't comply with the CRTC.
Again, I'm not 100% sure on this...but if you wish to be a law abiding citizen I'd look more into this if I were you.
Then again, it's not like a cop is going to see a Direct TV dish on the side of your house and knock and your door and arrest you...they have better things to worry about.
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hydroracer wrote: ↑May 26th, 2012 11:06 amIs there a satellite service I can buy in Canada for our RV that will work all over Canada and the US?
I know I can buy in the states and it'll work here but I'd rather have a Canadian service that works down south.
We spend winters in southern California and live summers in southern Ontario.