This just adds on to the argument that CABLE STINKS!!! :hurah:
in latin that would be Odorifferious Cableumkw2957 said:This just adds on to the argument that CABLE STINKS!!! :hurah:
True, but from what I have read it will be minimal, $3 to $5 per month.evan_s said:the comcast tivo software will be a Premium dvr software and you will have to pay extra for it. It's not something that will be rolled out by default to everyone.
You mean it doesn't take HD from DirecTV to see that the hurricane is HERE, NOW?rudeney said:Yeah, we have cable at our beach condo and it's crap. We would put in D*, but the building has an existing contract with Cox. In order to connect to a satellite dish, we would have to pay a "rental fee" on roof space plus another rental fee on the cabling required. With Cox, the service is dirt cheap and includes high-speed Internet. Really, it's not a big deal as we don't go down there to watch TV anyhow. As long as we can get the news, we're in good shape.
Been following it on tivocommunity. Looks a bit still-born.Jestr40 said:I have both with both HD DVR's and you get used to the diferences quite easily. I honestly thought the world would end when I had to give up my TIVO to go HD, and it didn't, who knew? Funny thing is that Comcast is suppost to roll out TIVO software at some point and what if I don't like it?