How to transfer, suspend or cancel DIRECTV®

Whether you're moving, going to be away from home for a long time, experiencing technical difficulties or are even struggling with your bill, DIRECTV wants to help.

Are you moving?
TRANSFER your service.

It's easy to transfer your DIRECTV service to a new address. Simply tell DIRECTV where and when you're moving. Once you're at your new place, DIRECTV will deliver and professionally install a new satellite dish.

It works like this:

  1. Call 1-888-DTV-MOVE (1-888-388-6683) to schedule your service transfer.

  2. Take your DIRECTV receivers, remote controls and owner's manual to your new home.

  3. Leave your DIRECTV satellite dish behind.

Going on a lengthy vacation?
Temporarily SUSPEND your service.

When you're away from home for a long time, you don't need to cancel your service. You can temporarily suspend it instead.

 

Suspending your service puts it on hold until you're ready to use it again. This saves you the trouble of returning equipment, dealing with final bills, and then later, scheduling a new install and setting up new equipment.

 

There's no charge to suspend your service, and you can put your account on hold for as little as 30 days or as long as 6 months. To put your account on hold, call 800.DIRECTV. When prompted, say "suspend services," and follow the instructions.  

Frustrated with your service?
There are alternatives to CANCELING.

If your DIRECTV experience has been less than ideal, maybe there's something that can still be done to improve it.

 

If you're experiencing technical difficulties, we apologize, and we want to help you get your service working.  Search, ask or call for help:
 

  • Search the DIRECTV Support Center. You can find tips for troubleshooting equipment, understanding on-screen messages, setting up mobile devices and/or figuring out your programming package.

  • Call DIRECTV at 800.DIRECTV if you're out of ideas and need immediate resolution to your situation. They'll help you troubleshoot the problem. If you prefer to email them or want to know their hours of operation, visit their contact us page

 

If your bill has simply gotten too big and you need to rein things in, call DIRECTV at 800.DIRECTV, and they can talk with you about options.

Don't just kinda TV. DIRECTV.

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