Customers who already have a digital set-top box, such as a digital video recorder from TWC, do not need to make any changes. (nor will customers who watch cable through the TWC TV App on Roku or Xbox, or customers with newer, CableCARD-enabled, Tivo devices). Confused yet??
-TWC customers without set-top boxes or that older secondary TV set in the bedroom will need a digital adapter to tune in cable on those sets. TWC has been letting customers know about the transition since September, through mailings, emails, advertisements and on-screen channel crawls.
The digital adapters will be available free initially to current video customers, but will be billed at the “prevailing rate” — currently $2.75 a month for each adapter — later on. http://k7wUt7
Get all of your LOCAL TV stations for FREE? Simple: Go old school and hook up an antenna. FAQ: Learn how to receive FREE over-the-air programming in HD. www.antennaweb.org/Info/Resources.aspx
Time Warner Cable is making the transition to an all-digital lineup, rather than the previous mix of digital and analog. To order a digital adapter, customers can go to www.TWC.com/digital adapter, call (844) 228-2898 or go to their nearest Time Warner Cable store. A store locator can be found at www.time warnercable.com/en/support/twc-stores.html.
BTW: As of June 12, 2009, full-power television stations nationwide (including all of our local TV stations in the Triad) are broadcasting exclusively in a digital format – for FREE. Digital television, or DTV, is a technology that gives viewers crystal-clear pictures and sound.
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