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Re: This would seem to be a windfall for
said by SRFireside:$4.99 outlet fee, $3.99 digital duplication fee, $1.99 digital navigator fee. said by Rick:
Sounds like a real money saver.
On both sides of the process. This also means the consumer doesn't pay cable box rental fees or have to deal with another device to hook up to their entertainment systems. It's a win/win if it's done right (and nobody exploits the savings with trumped up fees).
Your sets won't be free, cable companies will get same money, except now they don't have to stock, distribute, repair cable boxes.