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Benefits and Features

DVR Two DVR models, Motorola and Cisco/SA. Motorola can record and store up to 21 HD hours. Cisco/SA with 80 GB hard drive can record and store between 30 and 50 hours. Models with a 160 GB hard drive can store up to 90 hours of SD. Records up to 2 channels simultaneously. One box needed per TV. Connects up to 8 TVs.
Packages TV Select ($64.99/month): 125+ channels
TV Silver ($84.99/month): 175+ channels, HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, Digital Tier 1.
TV Gold ($104.99/month): 200+ channels, HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, The Movie Channel, Starz, Starz Encore, Digital Tier 1, Digital Tier 2
Cancellation No early termination fees. All equipments must be returned upon termination. Unreturned equipment fees apply.
Contract No contract.
Installation Standard professional installation included for up to 6 rooms. Additional installations cost extra.
Autopay Sign up for autopay feature online through TWC's account portal.
Receiver Fee Spectrum Receiver & Remote ($5.99/month), DVR Service for 1 DVR receiver ($12.99/month). Additional DVR receivers up to 4 ($19.99/month). CableCARD ($1/month). Secure Connection per CableCARD ($1/month).
Regional Sports Fee No regional sports fee.
 

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Pros & ConsPros:
  • Premium networks included early
  • No contract
  • Plenty of HD channels
Cons:
  • Extra charges
  • Average DVR service
  • Average customer service
Bottom LineNo contract cable TV provider with premium networks... Read full review
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Charter Spectrum: Pricing information including fees, features and contract length was obtained on April 12, 2018 from published websites and is believed to be accurate, but not guaranteed.


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