One of the best internet providers in the country, Charter Communications® recently launched a new in-home skinny-bundle streaming TV option, which is popularly known as Spectrum Choice. Reports from several reliable sources indicate that Charter® is introducing this new package to lure in new customers to their TV service. In addition to that, executives from the telecom company believe that this new offering will protect their video customer base from dwindling.
On their official website, Charter Communications® revealed a few vital details about the streaming service to help customers decide whether the new service is suitable for them or not. According to the website, the newly introduced Spectrum Choice will offer customers access to a number of local broadcast networks.
In fact, customers who subscribe to this new service will be able to watch 25 popular Music Choice channels. Moreover, customers also enjoy the luxury of adding more channels to their individual packages. If you wish to access premium channels such as Starz, Starz Encore, The Movie Channel, ShowTime, and HBO, then you will need to pay an additional amount.
Surprisingly, officials from the telecom company did not provide any information on the price of their latest skinny bundle streaming service. However, reports indicate that the monthly price customers will have to pay for the Spectrum Choice package will be around $25 for the first two years. However, after the two years, subscribers will have to pay more than that to continue accessing the channels in the Spectrum Choice package.
It is crucial to note that this new service introduced by Charter Communications® will be available on Xbox consoles, Roku players, web browsers, and even on tablets and smartphones. Another interesting thing to note is that customers will not need a Charter-supplied set-top box to enjoy the service. However, subscribers who wish to add a DVR will surely need a set-top box.
Officials from the telecom company have also confirmed the fact that they will be delivering this service to the homes of customers with the help of a managed IP connection. An official from Charter Communications® said, “Like Spectrum TV Stream, Spectrum Choice is also targeted at customers who don’t currently purchase a video product from us. We continue to launch and test new services to better serve customer demand for more choice.”