kibosh, yes, this is very frustrating as no one from Bell will provide a direct answer, and when they "Claim" something and I ask for a written, (email or snail mail), confirmation from them, they all refused.
Latest contact was through Twitter and I told them I would NOT do it in a private DM session as they always want to to. I requested a Public reply. These are the 2 relevant replies I got.
1- You can record 6HD streams with the 4K HDPVR or 4HD steams with our HDPVR, on our FTTH service. ^NW
(I replied about the claims of 10 and 15 and my frustration and got this second post)
2- I'm very sorry to hear about the information you were given. Recording allows up to 6.. while watching TV and not recording, you can watch up to 10 HD streams ( live & assuming you have that many receivers). ^NW
So this seems to imply. Maximum is 6 even if I choose highest speed internet.
The worst part about all this, is what I actually needed was 6 records at once, then they started claiming 10 and 15 and they confused me for no reason. Also, during the research process to see service availability and prices, I swear I saw that MAXIMUM extra receivers was 5 per household, now I can't find that note anymore and when I build a package and ask to add Receivers, the selection box list 0 to 9.
<edit: I just found the reference to the maximum extra receivers. It was in a "Details" pop up box and they prevent us from doing a Copy of the text. I wrote it out and it clearly states: (... Only the PVR needs to be wired to the service. A wireless receiver needs to be connected to each additional TV (up to 5) and to a power outlet. ...) So now even the latest claim of 10 is at least dubious>
Thanks for the replies. I will still drop in to see if other 4KPVR users, with Gigabit Fibre to the Home provide more info.