Charter customers, which do you prefer: a Charter-supplied DVR or a TiVo box?
I’ll be moving into an apartment later this month, and unfortunately my only option for TV is Charter, as management doesn’t allow satellite dishes. I was wondering what you current customers prefer for their DVR: a Charter-supplied box or a TiVo box. I like that a TiVo box can record more shows at once, yet it’s more expensive per month, you also need to pay for the box itself, and you can’t watch VOD. I have a Roku box, on which I could download the apps, along with being able to watch some programs on Netflix, Hulu, Amazon, etc. I watch pay-TV, because that way I can watch shows I want that aren’t yet able to be streamed In the end, I was wondering which one would seem more worth it for others who also stream content. Thanks!
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