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Topic # 224179 6-Nov-2017 16:04
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Just seen the Vodafone TV being advertised and just wondering, the Standard plan is $139.99 and it comes with 1 set top box and shows "record upto 200 hrs of content" and the Standard+ plan comes with 2 set top box and shows "record upto 500 hrs of content". Question that I have is how much is the capacity of the STBs they are giving out and the other one is since you could watch the show on your TV and 1 extra screen, can we watch another show on the extra screen? Thanks for answering.


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  Reply # 1896178 6-Nov-2017 16:09
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I don't think the boxes have any (or much) local storage. Your recorded content is in the cloud.

 

I think with the 'extra screen', you can watch what you are currently viewing on it, not something different (but I could be wrong there). It is more for portability - start watching something before work, continue watching on the bus on you phone/tablet.


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