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Old 12-08-2006, 04:41 AM   #1
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I have three active recievers. I was wondering if I can turn one off and transfer the balance over to another reciever? I really dont need to have three of them and it will save me a little money. Thanks.
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I have three active recievers. I was wondering if I can turn one off and transfer the balance over to another reciever? I really dont need to have three of them and it will save me a little money. Thanks.
As long as you don't have a lifetime sub you can swap radios at no cost anytime....at least that's been my experience. I believe its 75$ for lifetime subs....also if you have a quarterly sub (as an example) you can transfer the money you've paid into a yearly sub....not sure if they rebate monies on cancelled subs...
Good luck..
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Worked great. I was able to transfer subs around and move balances from cancelled radio to working radio.
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