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Nickel Contributor
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I currently have two TVs with DVRs and a TV with a cable card.   I'd like to be able to record more concurrent shows on one of the TVs and get more storage.    If I get Quantum, what do I need to do on my end?

 

Do I have to turn in my two DVRs and get different ones?   Do I swap out one?  None?

 

How many shows will I be able to record concurrently based on my current configuration?   Will each box be able to record that number concurrently?   Or just one of the boxes?

 

And do I understand it correctly that I have to pay Verizon for the service along with an additional fee for the privledge of paying for the serivce?

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If you get the 6 tuner pacakage, you would have 1 VMS and 1 IPC.

So you can record/watch a combination of up to 6 programs at a time.

You would turn in your 2 DVRs.

Keep in mind you can't move recorded content from old to new.


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Nickel Contributor
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