To be honest, I don’t think Dish listens to. This forum or cares. The only thing that gets Dish’s attention is when a large number of people cancel service and all vouce the same reason. I have articulated my reasoning and so far nothing has changed and absolutely no comment from adish.
Not sure if any forum is a good forum to pressure Dish to negotiate adding the ACC Network. To be honest, I don’t think a dish is reading these posts or for that matter cares what subscribers want.
I am thrilled to know they read the requests and pass them along. However, looking at the non response the general subscriber wouldn’t know that because they say absolutely nothing.
And I am sure you know for sure that thecrequests have been minimal, whatever constitutes minimal.
Dish pays rays for a bunch of garbage channels that I can imagine get minimal views.
The number of top ACC sports teams is more than minimal.
I pay extra for the multi-sport package and Dish is in a fight with Fox Sports Regional Neteorks, which are blacked out. Now I am psying Dish for channels I am not receiving and Dish is not paying for the content. Now who do you think is making money while these channels are blacked out? The answer is Dish.
With all due respect, I pay extra for the multisport package each month. That is in addition to the Top 200 package. I am billed from the 24th of the month for the next month’s programming. The multi sport package includes 59 Regionsl Sports Channels, according to my program guide. Of those 59, FoxSports has blacked out 14 of those. I pay for those 14 and I am not receiving them. Instead, I get a Dish PSA about dishpromise.com and video on this blacked out channels saying Dish is working on restoring those channels. So don’t tell me that I am not paying for something I am not getting because I am doing just that.
Obviously, you know everything. So know this. I called a Dish and they agreed that I was charged for 59 channels but wasn’t receiving them due to the blackout. I was going to cancel the package, but they offered a partial rebate.