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#1 11-30-2007 4:17:11 PM

andyross
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TiVo reveals Comcast pricing, plans for two-way "Series 4" DVR

The future is looking bright for TiVo, as Comcast is about to begin "aggressively" marketing its $2.95 per month TiVo service to its customers. The DVR maker also has plans for full two-way cable set-top-box functionality in its future.

http://arstechnica.com/news.ars/post/20 … 4-dvr.html


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#2 11-30-2007 4:27:03 PM

Wareagle
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Re: TiVo reveals Comcast pricing, plans for two-way "Series 4" DVR

They really need to get busy aggressively deploying it.  The market has been waiting for it for several years.

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#3 11-30-2007 5:35:03 PM

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Re: TiVo reveals Comcast pricing, plans for two-way "Series 4" DVR

So what see all ye ?  Is TIVO worth 2.95/mo ?  At this time I'm thinking it just might be.

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#4 11-30-2007 6:01:37 PM

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Re: TiVo reveals Comcast pricing, plans for two-way "Series 4" DVR

$2.95 is only 37% of my most recent Comcast increase -- and I didn't get a @#$%^& thing out of that -- so I'd say it's worth it.  hmm

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