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Comcast customers (who don't work for Comcast) finally getting TiVo

by Brad Linder, posted Dec 19th 2007 11:02AM
Comcast TiVoComcast is finally beginning to offer people who don't actually work for Comcast (or presumably know someone who does) the chance to get TiVo software on their Comcast branded set top boxes. The cable provider and PVR maker have been collaborating since last year, and we've been hearing for months that Comcast was beginning to deploy TiVo software in New England. But up until now there wasn't any way for the average cable customer to call up Comcast and request the service.

Now several users are reporting that they've received emails from Comcast letting them know they can sign up. TiVo service will set you back an extra $2.95 per month on top of your regular cable/PVR rental bill.

Right now the service only appears to be available in select areas of Massachusetts. But you can sign up on Comcast's web page to get an email letting you know when service is available in your area.

[via TiVo Lovers and Zatz Not Funny]

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