Advertisements I can't remember what thread here I read this, but I think someone stated Comcast plans to allow use of current cable cards until at least 2031. Through some sort of Comcast/TiVO settlement agreement. Is this correct? I have 2 Roamios and 2 minis that work great. I only use them to occasionally record local and cable access channels for a certain project (long story). My main TV watching habits are through my DirecTV and streaming apps. When I heard the FCC no longer requires cable companies to support cable cards, I started thinking my days with my Comcast TiVO cable cards were numbered. Looked into alternative methods of being able to record my local access channels (& then transfer them with pyTivo and/or kmttg). However, if its not gonna be turned off for AT LEAST another 10yrs, I guess I can relax a bit. I realize they won't be handing out new ones, but is this true for current Comcast cable card customers? Also, if I need to change TiVos, will I be able to pair a current cable card into a new Tivo (Bolt, Vox, Edge, etc)?