Verizon Announces Multi-Room DVR For FiOS TV

Posted: Aug 15 2006, 7:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 11:43pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

Verizon announces Multi-Room DVR for FiOS TV
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Verizon announced Multi-Room Digital video recorder (DVR) system for its fiber optics delivered digital TV service FiOS TV.

The Verizon Home Media DVR features a multi-room DVR that enables up to three simultaneous viewings.
The multi-room DVR setup consists of Verizon’s DVR set-top box (the Motorola QIP6416), which functions as the media hub and its standard-definition set-top boxes (the Motorola QIP2500), which are the remote terminals. Home Media DVR is $19.95 per month, $7 more than the monthly fee for the FiOS TV DVR. Customers also need a $3.95-per-month standard-definition set-top box for each TV that will receive recorded video from the media hub.

Now if you would be just one of those lucky guys that have FiOS TV in their area available. Verizon plans to spend $20 billion over the next couple of years to bring FiOS TV to your home. See some user reviews from last year when FiOS TV started to roll out.
More details in this Verizon press-release.

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