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muckel
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TiVo obsolesence

The ancient technoligical crock that is TiVo needs to brought into the 21st century and the billionaires who are shafting the consumer with sub standard hardware such as The tivo, both of them should be.....

Ashamed of themselves?

Taken to task and prosecuted and serve a 15th century local punishment under the guise of a holiday type of event?

Phones change every year, but that crappy cable TV box (TiVo) is with us forever.

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...then I'm surprised you're a customer.

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What choice do we have, ignoramus? Only 2 "landline" providers in the whole country charging nearly £20 a month whatever you want just to get broadband!

You call that a choice?? The point is the crock that is TiVu is the lesser of 2 evils and we are being screwed by multinationals.

DUH!

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Thank you for your kind words.
Do without both a landline and TiVo then.
Get your broadband from Virgin Media and your TV from Sky.
Your IQ must be neanderthal if an ignoramus can work that out.
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"Virgin Media needs to update its neglected set-top box. While others have invested in quick-fire upgrades, the cable operator has relied on more or less the same system for years. Compared with rivals it now looks clunky, with unintuitive text-based menus that load slowly David Bouchier, [chief digital entertainment officer at Virgin Media] admits."

Seems even VM staff agree with the op.