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Topic # 41535 17-Sep-2009 23:26 Send private message

We know that many of you have been patiently waiting for TiVo to arrive in New Zealand, having registered with us as early as March this year.

One of the main reasons we have not revealed our retail plan is because we understand how important it is for you to be able to download our movies and TV content through your broadband connection without it impacting your monthly download allowance.

So we're delighted to tell you that Telecom have agreed to give everyone with a Telecom Broadband connection the freedom to download our movies and TV content through their broadband, without it impacting their monthly data allowance.

When you registered, you told us that you aren't currently a Telecom Broadband customer. Please be aware that TiVo will be available only through Telecom when it goes on sale in November and the whole TiVo service will only be available to Telecom broadband customers.

To ensure you're ready when TiVo goes on sale in November, why not take up Telecom's current broadband offer of a free wireless modem plus one month's free broadband plan charges? See here for all the details www.telecom.co.nz/broadband/offer.


Thanks again you for your interest, we'll keep sending you all the latest information and updates on all things TiVo.

 

Very interesting, (email just now)

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  Reply # 256708 18-Sep-2009 00:46 Send private message

Well I guess I will no longer be considering TIVO

(Very happy Telstra Broadband user)



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  Reply # 256709 18-Sep-2009 00:47 Send private message

haha, I was thinking about Tivo although I won't decide until until I see price and everything

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  Reply # 256710 18-Sep-2009 00:56 Send private message

Price is known - TiVo box will be $920



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  Reply # 256711 18-Sep-2009 00:58 Send private message

O, I haven't paid that much attention. What kind of range is it (in comparison to USA etc and Aussie)

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  Reply # 256715 18-Sep-2009 05:50 Send private message

$920 with the wireless module, or $890 without it.

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  Reply # 256781 18-Sep-2009 11:00 Send private message

There's a similar thread to this one here, please use it for any further replies.

Thanks.




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