[windows2000] Re: For all you Tivo fans

  • From: "Costanzo, Ray" <rcostanzo@xxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: <windows2000@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Fri, 7 Nov 2003 14:53:50 -0500

Man, the off-topic posts are out of control these days.  (That is not a

I determined the other day that I would have 14 TiVos if the damn
subscription cost were charged per-household instead of per-unit.
Sometimes I just want to kill myself knowing that I've spent over a
grand on a damn guide service.  Yeah, yeah, yeah, I know that it's more
than just the guide service you're paying for, but I don't think so
anyway.  You're basically paying a ransom to use the software.  Or, you
could say it's a licensing fee just like any other software.  But come
on, at least offer a bulk discount.  It's pretty hard for me to convince
someone to buy a TiVo for $800 ($400 for 80 hour unit, $100 for media
upgrade, and $300 for subscription) over a $90 VCR that does the same
thing in a naive person's opinion.

Ray at work

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Webmail [mailto:web@xxxxxxxxxx] 

> I have 2! It is the greatest invention in the 20th century 
> next to my WinTV
> USB PVR with FM radio I got for my PC that is.
> JK

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