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  Reply # 636548 6-Jun-2012 11:04
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Skolink: I thought it was more like 'up to' 24 hours, for initial setup anyway. I think some people reported theirs working within the hour. Maybe CASPA is the same, I've not used it myself. I'm heasitant to load money on that I might not be able to spend.

Ok set up the CC.  Do I have to load money onto it?  I assumed it will just debt my CC each time I want to buy something, is this not the case?

I take it that the delay is just that the TiVo needs to do another resync which I can force with the instructions above?

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  Reply # 636550 6-Jun-2012 11:11
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On the reforce yes.

I've peeked at the back end, you should be good to go (give or take a few resync's)

CASPA will only ask you to add cash to the wallet, if you don't have the credit for a specific purchase.

Have a look at the movies, select the one you want, follow the onscreen prompts, and it will ask you to top up your wallet in the process.



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  Reply # 636558 6-Jun-2012 11:23
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Thanks Dan, ya... or I could just read the helpful web site someone took like to put together ;)


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  Reply # 636615 6-Jun-2012 12:42
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Caspa seems to be hosted locally as it doesn't take long to download a movie on my Orcon ADSL. Pity the content wasn't more up to date but I see they have tried over the past month..



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