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Message 11 of 15 (174 Views)
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Re: V6 but keep Tivo

V6 does not have to be near your Superhub.

Direct Ethernet connection is indeed the best but powerlines and strong wifi can also be used.

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Message 12 of 15 (59 Views)

Re: V6 but keep Tivo


KingerUK wrote:

£11.50 per month for the Tivo as a multiroom.  Just called support.  I can't have 2x V6 boxes AND the Tivo as then I'd have to have all 3 charged to my account so, it's 1x V6 and 1x Tivo box, then, once all recordings have been viewed, I can swap out the Tivo for the 2nd V6.

Also, I note that the router must be next to the V6, it can't be using wi-fi, it needs Ethernet connection.  Something I didn't realise.


It can and does use wifi. 

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Message 13 of 15 (49 Views)

Re: V6 but keep Tivo

Previous post says TiVo and V6 are £6.50 a month, I pay £10. Which is right please?
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Re: V6 but keep Tivo

When I phoned them, I was told £5 per month for the extra box as I was on a large package and had been with VM for over 8 years.

When I phoned them back the next day to confirm my order, they told me £11.50, even thought I said I was told the lower amount.

The support woman told me it would definitely be £11.50

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Re: V6 but keep Tivo

Thanks for replying. Like with my broadband issues, there seems to be a different answer each time. Think they make it up as they go along!!
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