DIRECTV App and Mobile DVR are available to U.S. Residential DIRECTV customers (excludes P.R. and U.S.V.I.) who stream on a compatible device using the DIRECTV App. App uses location info. To stream from your DVR you must have a Genie HD DVR model HR44 or higher that is connected to the internet at the time you stream or download from it to your device. To download, your mobile device and DVR must both be connected to your Wi-Fi network. Wi-Fi data usage charges may apply. Some Limits: Mature, music, pay-per-view and some On Demand content is not available. Live streaming channels are based on your package & location. Your DVR can stream to one mobile device at a time. Rewind and fast forward may not work. All functions and programming subject to change at any time.
A user would still be eligible for the bundle discount through DISH even if they were to forego TV and only set up phone plus internet service. With DIRECTV, you would simply go through their ISP partner company in your area. Alternatively, there are a few leading companies who also offer satellite internet and phone like HughesNet and Exede. Data bandwidth restrictions may mean limited video streaming, but each of these would certainly suffice for a home office or for homework/research purposes.
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