Question of the month: Do I still need Comcast, Shentel, DirecTV or Dish for my television?
You're welcome to keep your current TV service, but most WideOpen customers rarely keep a cable or satellite television provider for more than a couple months after having fiber Internet installed. Streaming top quality HDTV over fiber is as easy as a click of the remote. We offer a detailed TV guide (updated every few weeks) to help you make the best possible choice when selecting streaming providers*. The guide explains many of the available TV plans (from just a few local channels to full live TV packages) offered by the top tier providers including AT&T TV, Hulu Live TV, YouTube Live, Fubo, Sling, Pluto, and Philo live streaming TV providers. Have fun exploring a new world of entertainment including AMC+, Disney+, Netflix, AppleTV, Britbox, Amazon and HBO Max.
How do I watch streaming TV?
following search terms: “How do I add an app to my (brand) TV or Roku”.
Most of these streaming services require credit card and address info even for the free trial. Be sure to cancel before the end of the trial period to avoid charges! It is easiest to cancel by signing into the provider on your laptop.
How do I watch my local channels?
All top tier streaming TV providers include local channels as part of their package. AT&T TV, Hulu Live TV, and YouTube Live are three of the most popular services for full regional TV coverage. WSLS, WDBJ7, PBS and all your favorite channels, and more, are a basic part of their streaming package.
*As an Open Access provider we remain neutral and independent and offer standard and transparent pricing to both ISPs and streaming services on our network. We don't compete with the ISPs or streaming services so our customers can have maximum choice and freedom to change services with no interference or hinderance from us.