As this cable company transitions to Spectrum, you’ll still see offers for this package bundler.
Spectrum has begun its takeover, but there are still a few states offering services under Time Warner Cable.
If you’re in Arizona and the other handful of states offering deals on TV, Internet and phone bundles, here’s what you can expect.
What is Time Warner Cable?
Time Warner Cable is a Spectrum-authorized retailer that sells TV, Internet and phone bundles nationwide. Charter Communications bought the Time Warner brand in 2016, rebranding its telecom operations as Spectrum.
Depending on where you live, you might be in one of the few markets still offering cable deals under the Time Warner brand. If so, know that you’re actually working with Spectrum.
What services does Time Warner Cable offer?
Time Warner Cable offers services through Charter Spectrum’s all-digital network described as “the next step in the evolution of TV, Internet and phone services.” It boasts fast speeds, an abundance of channel options and additional features across the board.
All bundles come with a free modem, DVR, caller ID on your TV, with other perks specific to bundled tiers.
Does Time Warner Cable offer business plans?
Yes, Time Warner Cable offers quotes for customizable business services in minutes. Called Time Warner Cable Business Class, services include Internet speeds of up to 300Mbps, Ethernet options, multiple TV options and business class phone features designed to cater to businesses both brick-and-mortar and on-the-go.
All Time Warner Cable Business Class packages come with a free Wifi Hotspots, 24/7 technical support and customer service and unlimited local, in-state and nationwide calls.
Pros and cons
- All-digital network. An authorized retailer for Spectrum means access to a reliable network.
- One bill for three services. Merging three into one could help simplify your life.
- You’re bound by a contract. Time Warner may not say it explicitly, but your bundle is a contract. By signing up for a year of service at the advertised rate, you’re agreeing to pay for all 12 months.
- Hidden fees. Ask about all fees that lurk in your contract. For instance, Time Warner offers “free” modems, but you’re typically charged a monthly modem fee. You could save more by simply using your own.
What bundles does Time Warner Cable offer?
Bundle your TV, Internet and phone services into a variety of affordable packages.
Bundles vary by location but generally include:
- Triple Play Select. Get 125+ channels with free HD, access to 10,000+ On Demand choices, 100Mbps Internet and unlimited local and long-distance calling in the US, Canada, Puerto Rico, Guam and the US Virgin Islands.
- Triple Play Silver. Get 175+ channels with free HD — including HBO, Cinemax, Showtime and NFL Network — access to 10,000+ On Demand choices, 100Mbps Internet and unlimited local and long-distance calling in the US, Canada, Puerto Rico, Guam and the US Virgin Islands.
- Triple Play Gold. Get 200+ channels with free HD — including HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, Starz Encore, Epix and NFL RedZone — access to 10,000+ On Demand choices, 100Mbps Internet and unlimited local and long-distance calling in the US, Canada, Puerto Rico, Guam and the US Virgin Islands.
What’s the fine print?
No advertised deal comes without its hitches. Time Warner Cable is no exception, burying a few potential drawbacks in its terms and conditions.
- Exclusive bundle pricing. Pricing for bundles includes discounts that you lose if you attempt to go a la carte.
- Hidden fees. Time Warner says its modems and other equipment are “free” — but it doesn’t mean you’re not paying for them. Look at your package breakdown to see if you can save by using your own TWC-compatible devices.
- Limited intro pricing. Pricing is locked in for only as long as your contract — 12 months, in most cases. After, your bundle price can increase significantly unless you attempt to renegotiate.
How do I sign up with Time Warner Cable?
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If you’re in a state offering Time Warner Cable bundles, you’re still eligible for the perks of its new parent company Spectrum. Look into the TV, Internet and phone bundles offered in your area to get the best deal you’re eligible for.