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Topic # 34370 22-May-2009 16:55 Send private message

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Deos anyone have any further news on when TiVo might be coming to NZ?

Sky is doing my head in with it's super high cost and crummy repetitive movie lineup.

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  Reply # 218326 27-May-2009 14:15 Send private message

NonprayingMantis: Other thread is locked.

Deos anyone have any further news on when TiVo might be coming to NZ?

Sky is doing my head in with it's super high cost and crummy repetitive movie lineup.


The official line?


4. When will TiVo be available in New Zealand?



The TiVo media device will be available to customers in New Zealand by Christmas 2009.




http://mytivo.co.nz/faq/

It seems they are still sorting through getting TV3 on board to include their programme material in the EPG.

The 2 questions I think are even more important than when are: 1. how much? and 2. how big (a hard drive)?

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