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The ongoing fight between DirecTV and Viacom, which owns channels like Comedy Central, MTV and Nickelodeon, took an ugly turn overnight as DirecTV officially dropped the 26 Viacom channels that it carried.

DTV din't warming us, the customer about that situation going on, now we got 26 channel less and the bill is the same, that people from DTV don't show any respect for custumers.

DTV must to solve that situacion cause premuin customers like me are under contract, They must to keep the contract with us no matter what, what will happen if all DTV customers get together and make big suit for them, people thinking about what DTV do to you if you brake your contract with them, you must to pay, now they brake their contract with us, so they must to pay too!

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Anonymous
#513497

you got that right sessa, great point !!!!

Anonymous
#513433

I also would like someone to explain why the blame is being given to DirectTV and not Viacom?

Anonymous
#513432

This is really getting tiresome. I'll post this again: DirectTv customer agreement

(d) Our Programming Changes. Many factors affect the availability, cost and quality of programming and may influence the decision to raise prices and the amount of any increase. These include, among others, programming and other costs, consumer demand, market and shareholder expectations, and changing business conditions. Accordingly, we must reserve the unrestricted right to change, rearrange, add or delete our programming packages, the selections in those packages, our prices, and any other Service we offer, at any time. We will endeavor to notify you of any change that is within our reasonable control and its effective date. In most cases this notice will be about one month in advance. You always have the right to cancel your Service, in whole or in part, if you do not accept the change (see Section 5). If you cancel your Service, a deactivation fee (described in Sections 2 & 5(b)) or other charges may apply. Credits, if any, to your account will be posted as described in Section 5. If you do not cancel, your continued receipt of our Service will constitute acceptance.

I undertand the frustration, but wish everyone would stop complaining about the "broken contract" Geez, what part of this do you all not understand?!?

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