Thank you forum police but with nearly 500X more posts than you, I believe that I do have a working knowledge of the ins and outs of TCF.
Don't get yourself involved where you don't belong.You clearly don't because veering this thread about the promotional lifetime transfer with eight posts about upgrading your hardware is the very definition of hijacking a thread. You'd think you'd have learned by now with your self proclaimed post count superiority.
???To be fair it's only about 21x more posts, not 500x :innocent: *ducks*
My orders from tivo come via fedex. I've done the signature waiver thing with fedex and ups, so I never have to sign so I don't ever know if a sig is required by default or not.I'm planning to take advantage of this offer to upgrade from my Premiere to the Bolt. Does anyone know what company TiVo uses for shipping and if they require a signature? This will influence what I use for a shipping address. Thanks.
How is it not spelled out? What more do you need?So, I just realized how stupid I am... For the promo code, I kept entering TSN because that is what it said to do...
Must use TSN as promo code..... so I entered TSN as the promo code... duh. I guess TSN actually stands for something... like Tivo serial number...
Would have been nice if that was actually spelled out in the email... Even their support people did not pick up on it when I told them I was entering TSN as the promo code. I even asked them if there was something I was doing wrong.
The $14.99 plan would be no commitment on an old previously subscribed Tivo That has already staisfied its initial commitment which a lifetime sub does.Does anyone know what service plans would be available post deactivation? I'm looking for a simple month-to-month versus a commitment plan. TiVo chat said one is available at $14.99/month, phone support said All-In or annual but cancelable within the first 30-days. Looking at the website there is a $19.99 monthly no-commit plant but it states it is only available for TiVos bought at full price...
Also for those who participated in the previous S2 or S3 transfers, how quick is TiVo to deactivate the service? If they're slow I might get by or be able to remove the Internet feed as it is coming via Moca to this TiVo, this all assuming I have enough guide data to get by.
People always want something for nothing and have jacked up logic to justify it.It's a drag that they only allowed recently-connected TiVo's to transfer lifetimes from, rather than the oldest units many of us may have in our houses, even if they haven't been connected recently.