Registered: Feb 2004
Location: Ontario Canada.
When you look at the original post, THAT's what I am referriing to. There is no way TiVo is being denied its rightful revenue in that situation.
Yes there is, as the units aren't at the same service address, which is what matters to Tivo Inc, not whom owns iw, where they call home, or where the.
Being their right is to 12.95 for the first Tivo at a service address, it would be
denying their right to at least part of that fee by attemting to use it under MUF at another service address.
Comparison - I have a son who goes to college out of state. He's there eight months out of the year - home four months out of the year. Is he still an Illinois resident? Of course. Just because he goes to college out of state eight months of the year does not end his Illinois residency. I hope that makes sense, too.
Yes, makes sense, except it doesn't matter one iota for the terms Tivo implemented for MUF, as his residence will not be at the same service address as "home" in Illinois is, hence disqualification for MUF.
Tivo is Sony SVR2000, 80 GB HDD.
Why do you keep rewinding that? Because with TiVo, I can.
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