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erniew erniew 7 years
I love TiVo but don't like paying the monthly subscription fee. I use my Comcast DVR and stream content over Roku - a much more affordable solution!
Angelica Angelica 7 years
It's official. My dvr ain't cutting it. I miss the blooop bloop.
margokhal margokhal 7 years
I'm moving to grad school, and I've been thinking about getting a TiVo...I don't know if I actually need cable (I mean, I do watch random shows and it'd get good use, but I can't justify the extra $50 some-odd/mo on a grad budget), but I WILL be using the internet quite a lot, so I can see this being beneficial for the other reasons listed. Though I *would* like to keep the shows that I watch on regular TV on the TiVo for later viewing...that'd be nice!
Zivanod Zivanod 7 years
I have a TiVo (which is great) but it's such a shame that all those features are for Americans only!
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