Shentel Launches Improved Cable TV in Franklin County
Posted 24 October 2011 12:00 AM by Shentel
Shentel cable subscribers in Franklin County, Va., will receive improved picture quality with new channels, and can opt for additional HD programming and digital video recording (DVR) capabilities
Edinburg, Va. – Oct. 24, 2011 – Shenandoah Telecommunications Company (Shentel) (NASDAQ: SHEN), an established provider of Internet, television and home phone services, announces that subscribers in Franklin County can now receive improved cable TV service and new channels, and have the options for adding new high-definition (HD) programming and digital video recording (DVR) capabilities.
Beginning Oct. 18, customers can watch their favorite shows with enhanced picture quality and choose from three tiers of cable programming that include a new array of channels (180 in the “Digital Essentials” package), with an additional 30 channels presented in HD. Viewers can easily navigate through available channels with Shentel’s interactive, on-screen guide where they can browse program listings, order a Pay-Per-View movie, set up parental controls, and even listen to music from over 45 digital music channels. Also, for the first time, viewers can opt for Shentel’s DVR service, allowing them to record, pause, and rewind live TV.
Angela Washington, Marketing Manager, Shentel said, “Shentel’s cable TV upgrades in Franklin County are part of our ongoing effort to bring the latest cable services and options to our customers. It is our priority to continue to strengthen our relationship with the community as we remain attentive to our customers’ needs.”
For more information about the new TV options available from Shentel, please visit our SHOP section, or call 1-877-743-8538.
Shenandoah Telecommunications Company (www.shentel.com) is a holding company that provides a broad range of telecommunications services through its operating subsidiaries. The Company is traded on the NASDAQ Global Select Market under the symbol "SHEN." The Company's operating subsidiaries provide local and long distance telephone, Internet and data services, cable television, wireless voice and data services, alarm monitoring, and telecommunications equipment, along with many other associated solutions in the Mid-Atlantic United States.