Dish Network DVR Upgrades?

I'm currently in the process of upgrading two of my Dish Receivers. One to a 211k and the other to a 512. If I buy my own 512 do I still have to pay the monthly $10 to Dish for the DVR? Also, if I unlock the DVR feature of my 211K with an external hard drive, will the $40 charge show on my next bill or be charged to a card over the phone? Finally, I have an extra 20.1 IR remote. Will this work with the 211K?

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  • 7 years ago
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    Hello ProVolco, an addtional outlet fee will apply to the least expensive receiver(s) on your account. If you have a 512 DVR and a 211K you would be charged for the 211K which is $7 per month. The first recevier and most expensive is included in the programming package price. The 20.1 remote will work with the 211k receiver. With adding the EHD there is a $40 activation fee for this and in most isntances this can be billed to the DISH account. If you need additional help feel free to email or post a new message here.

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    3 years ago

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  • 7 years ago

    yes, card over then phone authorizes software download ( format and install ehd before purchasing 211 option ), yes

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