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  1. Tivo Service Ending On 31 October 2017

    It’s still faithfully recording Coro for me in spite of it being on different times each week!
  2. Anyone buying hayfever pills, it's way cheaper to buy them online. I just bought 300 Zista 10mg tablets from https://www.albanyst.co.nz/ for $34.60 (including courier). Lambton Square Pharmacy are advertising (on their Facebook page) 100 of the pills for $39.99.
  3. Tivo Service Ending On 31 October 2017

    Hubby unplugged it overnight and it revived it! Yay!
  4. That's Life Finally Going Online

    Just remember to keep your barcode somewhere safe!
  5. Tivo Service Ending On 31 October 2017

    Hubby has copied what we want to keep of our old videos onto the hard drive, written them onto disk and backed them up on our pc and his laptop. Yes, it's way too easy to lose everything!
  6. Tivo Service Ending On 31 October 2017

    Sadly our TiVo hasn't lasted till retirement. It died on us already. Now I'm going to have to get used to setting up a hard drive recorder ... just when I'd figured out the TiVo. Bugger!
  7. Star Wars Day!

    Yes, Facebook had heaps of Star Wars competitions. Our eldest grandson is a big Star Wars fan so I'm hoping to win him a Christmas present.
  8. Star Wars Day!

    22 years ago today, our eldest son graduated Vic with a BSc and our second son got his driver's licence
  9. $100 Farmers Voucher

  10. Who else still uses Tivo? We use ours all the time so not happy this is happening. Seems like it wasn't long ago I figured out how to use it and now I'm going to have to learn how to use the hard drive recorder, dammit! Important service announcement: TiVo Service ending on 31 October 2017 We are sad to report that we have reached the end of our TiVo license and the TiVo Service is coming to an end in New Zealand on 31 October 2017. The TiVo Service is what delivers electronic programming guide data to your TiVo device each day, so without it, there will be no electronic programming guide and TiVo recording features such as Season Pass and WishList will stop working. For more information on what will and will not work after 31 October see “What does this mean for you and your TiVo after 31 October?”. Your TiVo device will have extremely limited functionality and we discourage customers from using it after 31 October. We are glad that when the time comes, you will have been able to enjoy your TiVo device for at least 5 years. We are sure you will find plenty of home entertainment alternatives out there, and are contacting you now to make sure you have plenty of time to upgrade your technology by 31 October 2017 and to help make sure your transition is as smooth as possible. Please think of the environment and dispose of your TiVo device at your local e-cycling facility. For further information on the end of the TiVo Service, please visit www.mytivo.co.nz We wish you all the best and thank you for your support over the years.
  11. 2 Degrees 500Mb Free Data

    To thank you for your patience while we’re updating our systems, we’ve begun adding 500MB of free national mobile data to all Prepay, Pay Monthly and small business mobile customers who have used the 2degrees network within the last 30 days. This data should be added to your balance before Sunday night (5th March). For more information, click here. Your 2degrees is back in service although you won’t be able to view your bill just yet. Confirmation texts once you’ve purchased a top up, value pack or registered your email are running slowly. The 2degrees App is currently unavailable however you can access Your 2degrees from your PC or mobile.
  12. Happy New Year

    Happy New Year!