MIAMI, Feb. 17, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Over the past few years, cable TV providers have embraced the Internet as a way to give their customers more ways to access their entertainment. On Tuesday, Time Warner Cable launched a beta version of their streaming video service, joining a handful of other providers that have made their shows and movies available away from television sets. DigitalLanding.com allows customers to search for Cable TV and High Speed Internet providers in their areas, and many of those providers have apps that allow viewing on-the-go.
Time Warner Cable gives users the ability to watch videos from their computers, including some live television shows. Customers will also be able to use this app on their iPad and iPhone, allowing them to manage their DVR and change the channel from their devices. TimeWarnerCableAuthorizedOffers.com currently has an offer for Cable TV, Internet and Phone, with free HBO, Cinemax, Showtime and The Movie Channel for three months and free DVR service for 12 months. As a bonus, a $150 Amazon gift card is offered as a reward with this bundle.
XFINITY from Comcast has its own app for mobile devices, as well. The XFINITY TV app is accessible on the iPad, iPhone, iPod Touch and Android. Customers can watch their favorite On Demand TV shows and movies, as long as they have a WiFi connection. One can also search TV listings and change channels on the channel guide, as well as schedule their DVR remotely. XFINITYAuthorizedOffers.com has a bundled package of XFINITY TV, Internet and Digital Voice for less than $100 per month for one year. That includes On Demand access to thousands of movies and shows, super-fast Internet and unlimited nationwide calling. A $250 Amazon Gift Card is also rewarded as a bonus.
For many people, AT&T's U-verse Online offers many of the similar qualities of the other providers. Their website offers movies and full episodes of TV shows available for viewing. The AT&T U-verse iPad app launched last week, and it does many of the same things the other cable provider apps do, including DVR programming, On Demand shows, and the U-verse guide. The app also pulls in extra content, including background on the cast and crew of some TV shows, along with photos and related programs. You can also share what you're watching on Facebook through the social tab. People with AT&T U-verse available in their area can bundle HD TV, fast Internet and digital home phone services together at a great rate.
DigitalLanding.com is a leading aggregator of Internet, television, phone, and other digital services to consumers. The site's innovative comparison shopping platform enables customers to easily shop for digital services, compare offers, and place orders directly to leading providers, including AT&T, Charter Communications, Comcast, Cox Communications, Dish Network, Time Warner Cable and Verizon.
In addition to the consumer information and comparison portal, DigitalLanding.com also powers related TV, Internet and Phone service sites, including a TV, Internet and Phone service locator at AuthorizedOffers.com and an Internet connection speed test.