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Re: Will it be cheaper than renting a DVR from cable company
said by Linklist:Then obviously the DVR hogs who are causing congestion transferring way more than they could possibly ever watch have to be stopped by going to a bill-by-the-byte system.
Also with a networked DVR service, you are subject to the same problems people have with VOD - and that is all the available channels available at a node for VOD can be used up by neighbors and you may get an error msg that you can't play back your recording when you want to.
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said by MrMoody:What's good for the goose is good for the gander, eh.
Then obviously the DVR hogs who are causing congestion transferring way more than they could possibly ever watch have to be stopped by going to a bill-by-the-byte system.
I have to imagine this will eventually become an issue for providers. Would they use monthly caps to regulate peak busy hour TV viewing?
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how do you figure? it would be just like VOD. It does not use the Internet. The Cable co's VOD and and this would not touch the actual internet.