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Old January 29th 09, 07:18 PM posted to rec.video.satellite.dbs
Charlie Hoffpauir
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Default Question about DirecTV on Demand

I just activated DirecTV on Demand, and have a question about how much
(in MB) download does a typical program take?

for example, say I want to download a 60 min SD program. Anyone know
how many MB that will use? How about 60 min of HD?

I need to know because my broadband is Hughesnet, and I'm limited to
375 MB over a 24 hour period (except for the FAP free hours ) so if
the download amount is excessive, I'll have to figure out how to do
this during FAP-free time.

Charlie Hoffpauir

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