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  Reply # 750952 25-Jan-2013 20:35
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Thanks for that.

It sounds as if I wouldn't use much more data than I currently do by looking at Facebook etc on my laptop.



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  Reply # 753034 30-Jan-2013 08:42
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Jaxson: This is probably a better link, but all the comments above still apply.
http://www.noelleeming.co.nz/shop/tvs-dvds/freeview-decoders/dishtv-s7090pvr-myfreeview-satellite-digital-terrestrial-recorder/prod111505.html

Yes, you can get satellite boxes that cost $800 or so, but you should be able to get a freeview approved unit in the $350 - $450 range that suits you fine.


I bought one of those units and a new  tv and blu ray player on Saturday. Now I have to hope it rains so that  I have a good excuse to stay inside and watch tv!

Thanks to everyone for all their help with my technology problems Smile

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  Reply # 753060 30-Jan-2013 09:03
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Congrats!

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