A. Digital Cable is a technology that delivers brilliant picture and sound quality to your house without a dish or antenna on the outside of your home or apartment. It delivers information, entertainment and music to your home.Q. Does every TV in my home need a separate cable box?
A. Yes. Having a box for each TV allows you to access the complete digital lineup. Without a separate box for each TV, you cannot access the features like pay-per-view and the on screen guide providing information about each show. It is possible to get channels without a box, but it is not the full line up available to you.Q. Do I need a Digital Television to get digital cable channels?
A. No. Your cable service includes a Digital TV box that allows your television to receive the digital signal. You can continue to enjoy your current television without the expense of a new digital version.Q. What's the difference between Digital TV and satellite service?
A. Weather plays an important role in the signal quality you receive from satellite service. Rain, snow and heavy winds can interrupt the programming you are watching. Cable is not affected in this way. Satellite services require you to buy equipment from them. Cable companies own the equipment you are using so if the equipment is outdated or needs to be replaced, you do not have to buy all new equipment.
A. Yes. High-Speed Internet will work with a PC or a Mac.Q. Can I get high-speed Internet without cable TV hooked up?
A. Yes. You can order stand alone high speed Internet service. However, you can save money by bundling services together! By bundling, you will get more great services for your home at big savings!Q. Is it possible to watch TV and surf the Internet at the same time?
A. Yes! The network was built with convenience in mind. The services can share the same line and not interfere with each other.Q. Can I take calls while using the high-speed Internet connection?
A. Yes! This high-speed Internet solution doesn't use a telephone line and will not interfere with phone calls.
A. Phone service from your cable provider is a new technology that allows you to make calls over the data network of your cable operator. With this technology, you are able to keep your current phone number and phone. You will also be able to get calling features like voice mail, call waiting and more!Q. What is VoIP, or Voice over Internet Protocol?
A. Voice over Internet Protocol is a technology developed to send calls over existing data networks. While some services use the Internet for call transmission, cable companies use a separate network to give you a far superior connection.Q. What is the difference between phone service from my cable provider and traditional phone service?
A. Digital phone service is designed to save you money over traditional phone service without sacrificing any of the aspects of your current phone service. You can keep your current telephone number and phone. You can also take advantage of your favorite calling features like caller ID, call waiting and voice mail. You can save even more money by bundling this service with cable TV and Internet services. You'll have three great services on one convenient monthly bill.Q. If I subscribe to phone service through my cable provider, will I still get services like Call Waiting and Caller ID?
A. Yes! You can still get your favorite calling features. Popular features include: Voice Mail, Call Waiting, Caller ID, Call Waiting with Caller ID, and Three-Way Calling.