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COMCAST DVR's with TIVO

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Comcast needs to bring these DVR's into the west palm beach ,FL area asap

when will they be available in this area?

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It won't happen.  The Comcast/TiVo project was only available in a limited area, and will not be extended.




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to bad.

i will have to drop comcast

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Why not just get a real TiVo?  They're great.




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$19.99 monthly fee + $299 to buy it

 

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That's why I went with HDHomeRun PRIME and a PC running Windows Media Center ($1.99 for cable card rental)..