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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 120752 12-Jun-2013 12:46
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My tivo used to have a freeview coverage checker thing  here:

It was even included by iframe on the telecom site: 

But it's gone now. Is this a sign that freeview+tivo in NZ is no longer a thing we can get? Are they phasing it out? What's the latest on that one?


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Wannabe Geek

Reply # 836418 13-Jun-2013 16:03
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Logon to my tivo and activate tivo genie. Youwill find 14 day programmes.

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  Reply # 836428 13-Jun-2013 16:24
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Thanks. To clarify I wasn't asking about the EPG (Electronic Program Guide) but the freeview 'coverage' map.

Actually I think what I was *really* asking was - can you still get Tivo if you are not already signed up or is it only grandfathered in for people that are already existing customers ?


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  Reply # 836568 13-Jun-2013 21:33
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Or new in Australia, and bring here.

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