Why choose Charter (Time Warner Cable)?

Charter Communications bought Time Warner Cable earlier this year and is now rebranding TWC as Spectrum Cable everywhere. They have recently announced the launch of their Spectrum brand in Lincoln as part of switching markets to Spectrum. In August, Charter officials said that the switchover in Lincoln would happen until next year, but it seems as if the timeline has been moved forward.

Charter spokesman Wes Shirley said that users with a Time Warner plan in Lincoln, having internet speed of 50 Mbps, would now have speeds increased to up to 60 Mbps. In addition to that, some of the residential users with internet speeds less than 50 Mbps might also see a small increase in the internet speeds.

He also said that there will not be any changes in the cable and phone plans unless the user opts to move to a Spectrum plan. However, customers will see the Spectrum brand on everything that was Time Warner Cable earlier. This include bill statements, box displays, and retail store signage.

Charter is also planning to make all the acquired Time Warner Cable markets digital, even though they have not said when this will happen. They also added that they are planning to add 20,000 jobs across the nation, but no details were offered on the number of people who will be hired in their Lincoln centers.

In another news, it seems that Charter Communications is revoking their promise to keep offering cheap broadband services to their users. They have rolled out their new pricing in New York area, and as per the pricing, users will not be able to find the low cost 14.99-dollar internet packs.

TWC Internet
Rebranding TWC As Spectrum

Phillip Dampier, who is the head of a watchdog group named StopTheCap said that, “Charter Communications was supposed to keep Everyday Low Price Internet for 14.99 dollars.” Spectrum claimed that they are offering low-cost broadband services even though it is not listed on their website.

Dampier also pointed out that former TWC MAXX users were getting faster internet speeds of 300 Mbps but the latest packages from Spectrum offer speeds of only 100 Mbps. Dampier called Charter’s action a “bait and switch.”

At present, Spectrum offers three triple play packages that range from 90 to 130 dollars. Besides that, the Internet Only package is offered for 39.99 dollars for the first twelve months.

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Spectrum® TV Requires Customers to Install Set-Top Boxes

Spectrum® cable has upgraded its digital cable service and the customers are now required to install a set-top box to watch their favorite channels. The digitization started since April 10, 2018, and prior to the move, the company made their customers aware of this through messages on television, phone calls, and emails. To order the set-top box, existing and new Spectrum® customers can either call their customer support number or go to the Telco’s website. Spectrum® have revealed that most of their existing customers are eligible to get one or more set-top boxes that they can use for free of cost up to five years. However, the duration of this free service will depend on the type of current cable
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Cox® Upgrades Speeds for 3 Internet Packages in San Diego County

As per reports, Cox Communications® has upgraded the internet speeds in select tier packages for subscribers in San Diego County. The best internet provider offers an array of service plans, so residential customers can choose a speed tier that suits their needs as per data usage. While some customers rely on high-speed internet package to surf the web randomly, send e-mails, etc., others would want to stream video content on the internet. If you subscribe to Starter plan, Essential, or Preferred internet plans of Cox®, you can upgrade your existing plan to one that is speedier now that the provider has upgraded speeds in the county. The Starter plan now offers 10 Mbps speeds, while Essential and Preferred internet plans
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Spectrum® TV Requires Customers to Install Set-Top Boxes

Spectrum® cable has upgraded its digital cable service and the customers are now required to install a set-top box to watch their favorite channels. The digitization started since April 10, 2018, and prior to the move, the company made their customers aware of this through messages on television, phone calls, and emails. To order the set-top box, existing and new Spectrum® customers can either call their customer support number or go to the Telco’s website. Spectrum® have revealed that most of their existing customers are eligible to get one or more set-top boxes that they can use for free of cost up to five years. However, the duration of this free service will depend on the type of current cable
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5 Reasons you Should Not Ditch your TV Service

TV screens have gotten back to dominating the sphere of entertainment, and that does not look like it is about to change anytime soon. Cable service may seem like a no-go to some when considering the myriad online options, but if you are ready to be convinced of the perks of getting traditional TV service, you are at the right place. Consumers get some of the best cable deals these days, including some serious goodies like diverse TV packages, on-demand channels, premium channels, etc. If you were ever willing to ditch those options but did not, below are some of the reasons why you were probably right. TV Lets you Draw Parallels with Real Life No matter if you are
Posted in Latest News | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Acorn TV Service Debuts on Xfinity On Demand™ and Xfinity Stream® App

Acorn TV, the Subscription Video on Demand (SVOD) service that specializes in distributing international and British television programming to cable customers in the US, is now available on Xfinity® TV. In fact, the assortment of programming of the streaming service of RLJ Entertainment will be brought to nationwide customers of the cable provider through Xfinity On Demand™ and Xfinity® Stream App. If you are a Comcast Xfinity® TV customer having accesses to X1 Voice Remote, just command “Acorn TV” to start streaming, or you can use their remote for navigating to the SVOD service within Xfinity On Demand™ menu. Comcast® subscribers can add Acorn TV to their cable service for $4.99 a month. “Acorn TV’s first set-top box SVOD launch,
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Comcast® Launches Xfinity® Store at Pueblo Crossing Shopping Center

Comcast® celebrated the opening of their new Xfinity® outlet situated at Pueblo Crossing shopping mall. This store spanning 4000 square foot offers customers a chance to learn about Comcast’s products and services, including shoppers who walk into Pueblo Crossing, in an interactive setting. Note that Comcast® offers everything from cable TV, best internet service, streaming channels, Xfinity Mobile®, and home security solutions to customers. A ribbon-cutting ceremony took place a day prior to the opening of the store held on April 7, 2018, as per reports. Comcast® has 259 Xfinity® outlets nationwide, 12 of which resides in Colorado. “How cool is it that Pueblo is the first community with the first store?” said Leslie Oliver Comcast’s Regional Communications Director, prior
Posted in Latest News | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Comcast® Starts Streaming Programming of Sling TV® to X1 Platform

Comcast® now provides streaming accesses to Dish Network’s Sling TV® programming having integrated several international channels on Xfinity® X1 set-top-box that supports cloud-based DVR functions. In the past, both the cable and satellite providers came to an agreement on this. Comcast® has started to roll out Sling TV® application to some X1 TV boxes and feels that the app can be made available for eligible customer base in the upcoming weeks. As per the reports, around sixty percent residential pay TV customers of Comcast® stream programming on X1 platform so they will be able to use the app once the cable operator completes its rollout. The Sling TV® app on Xfinity® X1 will initially provide accesses to over 395 multicultural
Posted in Latest News | Tagged , | Leave a comment

Comcast® Extends Gigabit Internet in Service Areas in Florida

Comcast® recently announced that gigabit internet service is being made available throughout most of their service area situated in Florida. This internet service of Comcast® delivers 1 Gbps speeds to both business and residential customers. Comcast® makes use of DOCSIS 3.1, a technology which enables them to deliver internet to both customers of both Xfinity® as well as Comcast Business® over communication lines exist in customers’ residence or offices. The gigabit internet service launched in Comcast’s service areas includes cities Orlando, Tallahassee, Southwest Florida, and Treasure Coast. Comcast® first introduced the internet service with the use of DOCSIS 3.1 cable modem in the state in 2017, but only in Miami and Jacksonville areas. “Comcast® is now delivering gigabit speeds across
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DirecTV® to Deliver the 2018 Masters Golf Tournament in 4K HDR

AT&T’s DirecTV® will offer coverage of the Masters Golf Tournament 2018 in 4K HDR to its subscribers. It is the first time that DirecTV® is pitching for offering live coverage of this sporting event in this new advanced format. As a part of this, DirecTV® will collaborate with CBS Sports to deliver the tournament to the homes of subscribers in stunning 4K HDR format. The coverage will extend from Amen Corner of the Augusta National Golf Club including its Holes 11, 12 13, 15, and 16. DirecTV® will provide an extended coverage of the tournament in both channels 105 and 106 for a runtime of 50 hours. This 4K HDR coverage is the first for DirecTV® from the Augusta National
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NY PSC Levies a Fine to Charter® for Missing Network Expansion Deadline

The New York Public Service Commission levies a fine of $1 million to Charter® for allegedly failing to expand Spectrum® internet service as per the December deadline. Charter® had to expand the high-speed network of Spectrum® last December to 36771 more businesses and homes yet to have high-speed broadband. Now, the fastest internet provider has a week’s time to respond to PSC’s findings. “It is critically important that regulated companies strictly adhere to the state’s rules and regulations,” said John Rhodes, the chairman of the Commission. “If a regulated entity like Charter’s cable business decides to violate or ignore the rules, we will take swift action and hold them accountable to the full extent of the law.” Charter® vows that
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Cisco Spark Will Be a Part of CenturyLink’s UC&C Service

One of the best internet providers in the United States of America, CenturyLink® recently announced that they have broadened their hosted Unified Communications and Collaboration (UC&C) service offerings. Reports from several reliable sources indicate that the telecom giant made this move in order to include the Cisco® Spark cloud-based collaboration suite to their UC&C service offerings. The officials from the telecom company also announced that they have acquired the Cisco® Spark Service Provider (SP) designation. This confirms that the telecom service provider is capable of supporting Cisco® Spark solutions’ entire portfolio. Lisa Miller, who is the president of wholesale, indirect channels, and alliances, at Cisco®, talked about the addition of Cisco® Spark collaboration suite to their portfolio of UC&C offerings.
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