DirecTV Says It Won’t Charge for NFL Package Until Labor Issues Are Resolved

Jun 3, 2011  •  Post A Comment

DirecTV told its NFL Sunday Ticket subscribers that it’s offering to take some of the risk out of the next football season, which is in question because of a labor dispute, reports B&C.

DirecTV said it won’t charge customers until it’s confirmed that the 2011 football season will happen, the article notes. Once an agreement is reached, DirecTV said it will then begin charging in installments for the service. If games are canceled, DirecTV will adjust charges accordingly, the piece notes.

The pay-television service also is providing a page at its website that will give updates to customers about the NFL labor dispute.

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  1. Class move by them. You can be sure Time Warner and Comcast would not have done that. Too busy trying to decide how to charge by the bit.

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