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Topic # 94576 14-Dec-2011 08:54
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Hey Guys, bought myself a Tivo yesterday.

Had a look at the Caspa ondemand stuff, looks pretty bad. Should I even bother registering? Anybody else using the service?

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  Reply # 557724 14-Dec-2011 08:59
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  Reply # 557738 14-Dec-2011 09:13
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To be honest, no, the offerring is poor and the price is too high for older stuff.

Some TV shows would cost more to view than buy on DVD. Better off going to the local library or DVD rental place.

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  Reply # 557739 14-Dec-2011 09:15
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Indeed me also. I registered but never use.

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  Reply # 557748 14-Dec-2011 09:38
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Likewise, registered put some money into the account, downloaded one movie and not bothered since.

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  Reply # 557756 14-Dec-2011 09:53
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same, once they get some licenses for new movies.. maybe




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  Reply # 557810 14-Dec-2011 11:17
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Thats what I thought. Its a shame really, Tivo is a great product and with a good ondemand selection it would be excellent.

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  Reply # 557951 14-Dec-2011 15:49
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Used to be fairly good about 12 months ago but over the past 6 months it may as well not exist..




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