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    #16
    Re: Vudu Secrets

    Originally posted by aaronwt View Post
    That reminds me. I keep forgetting to purchase the travel kit. I better go do it right now before I forget again.

    This worked out good. I was able to order the Travel kit through Amazon. VUDU sells their items on there too. So this way I was able to use a $25 Amazon Gift Certificate I had to reduce the price.
    The only thing I don't understand about the travel kit is the extra antenna. It's actually easier to leave the antenna on the unit than taking it off everytime you take it somewhere. The biggest PITA for me is the power supply. Now I'll be able to move the power supply in a permanent loaction since I'll be able to use the one in the travel kit when I take it to my girlfriends house.

    Edit: Although I just realized I probably could have just purchased an extra power adapter and just carried the VUDU box in a bag. Too late now though. At least with the Travel kit I will know where the box is since it will be marked with VUDU on it.

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      #17
      Re: Vudu Secrets

      Originally posted by aaronwt View Post
      This worked out good. I was able to order the Travel kit through Amazon. VUDU sells their items on there too. So this way I was able to use a $25 Amazon Gift Certificate I had to reduce the price.
      Replying to yourself, isnt that like talking to yourself??

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        #18
        Re: Vudu Secrets

        Yes AT&T DSL is testing some type of metered usage but AT&T does let folks know about contact changes unlike Comcast that had the "hidden" cap for about 4 years before they went public after all the complaints.

        AT&T does a good job of allowing folks to cancel without penalty when the contract terms change after sign-up just like they do with cell phones. I was able to cancel my wife's 2 year plan when they changed the rates for text messaging.

        It may seem mafia like but I think most folks don't read email's or bill inserts when new terms or service are sent out and then they complain.

        Originally posted by bluedrop View Post
        AT&T DSL is thinking of switching to a metered internet usage plan too. many people bailed on Comcast and went to AT&T and AT&T is currently in a testing phase for that plan, its unknown if they will adopt it, its scary though, because AT&T is a bit mafia like, introducting terms into their contracts without notifiying you, and expecting them to be legallly binding to you, if you want service with them. so, whatever. they're just nazi's. i hope they don't become another comcast (metered internet usage, or terminate your account) but a friendly alternative for folks like us, who need the internet to provide content, all these media providers, use the internet, yet the providers introduce these, limits, (which are actually threats [termination of service]) so hopefully there will be some that will recognize the legitimate need of fair use consumers for these content providers that must have the internet, vudu, netflix, all these people, are banking, on other people figuring out these everyday problems that people in north america face, if it doesn't work out, they screw themselves.

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          #19
          Re: Vudu Secrets

          Originally posted by rstone View Post
          Replying to yourself, isnt that like talking to yourself??


          I'm home sick so I guess I need to talk to someone, including myself.

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            #20
            Re: Vudu Secrets

            Originally posted by aaronwt View Post
            I'm home sick so I guess I need to talk to someone, including myself.
            Hangover sick or sick sick?

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              #21
              Re: Vudu Secrets

              Originally posted by NA9D View Post
              Hangover sick or sick sick?
              UNfortunately sick sick.

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                #22
                Re: Vudu Secrets

                Originally posted by aaronwt View Post
                UNfortunately sick sick.
                Sorry to hear that. Get well.

                That's what you get for being a tee totaler. Myself, I'm now totally sterilized from my brain all the way down to my liver!! So I'm now innoculated from all those nasty bugs.

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                  #23
                  Re: Vudu Secrets

                  Originally posted by bluedrop View Post
                  you don't have a problem with it, but its clear they do not pass on THEIR savings to their customer base.
                  Because VUDU prices HDX movies the same as HD ones, they DO pass their savings onto us. There's a good reason iTunes/XLM/PSN don't offers HDX-quality video and it's bandwidth costs.

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                    #24
                    Re: Vudu Secrets

                    Originally posted by klieb View Post
                    Yep. My Vudu is on vacation with me right now. Besides the movies and TV shows that I had purchased a while ago, I recently bought three movies and rented one movie to play during vacation. Everything works just fine.

                    (No ethernet connection now).
                    So I plan on taking my box with me when I go on vacation. I understand that I don't need an internet connection to watch what I already have on the box. I pretty much use the box only for rentals. So, let's say I want to take advantage of an extended rental (past 24 hours), I would need a net connection to process that though right? I know I'll have net access at the house, but perhaps not ethernet in the room where I'll setup the VUDU. I guess I could move it temporarily as needed though. Thanks.

                    Jeff

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                      #25
                      Re: Vudu Secrets

                      Originally posted by rgbyhkr View Post
                      So I plan on taking my box with me when I go on vacation. I understand that I don't need an internet connection to watch what I already have on the box. I pretty much use the box only for rentals. So, let's say I want to take advantage of an extended rental (past 24 hours), I would need a net connection to process that though right? I know I'll have net access at the house, but perhaps not ethernet in the room where I'll setup the VUDU. I guess I could move it temporarily as needed though. Thanks.

                      Jeff
                      Yes, I think so. If there's going to be a financial transaction involved, I believe you will need a connection.

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                        #26
                        Re: Vudu Secrets

                        You will need a network connection to extend the rental since the VUDU box needs to "call home" and process the financial transaction.
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