WOW! Internet, Cable & Phone (NYSE: WOW) says it is now in position to offer its popular Android TV-based WOW! tv+ service to nearly 95% of homes in its footprint. The MSO says that “thousands” of customers have signed up for the service.
WOW1 tv+ made its debut this past March in Columbus, OH (see "WOW! launches IP-based video service in Columbus, OH"). The digital WOW! tv+ services offers traditional TV viewing as well as cloud DVR, voice control, music, and access to hundreds of apps, and games. The feature set includes voice remote with Google Assistant, Netflix integration, access to dozens of streaming services and apps through the Google Play Store with no change of input required. WOW! tv+ also has become available via Amazon's Fire
WOW! tv+ is currently available in the following markets:
- Auburn, Huntsville and Montgomery, Alabama
- Augusta, Columbus and Fort Gordon, Georgia
- Charleston, South Carolina
- Chicago, Illinois
- Columbus and Cleveland, Ohio
- Evansville, Indiana
- Knoxville, Tennessee
- Mid-Michigan and Southeast Michigan
- Pinellas and Panama City, Florida
"We're thrilled that our customers in these markets are enjoying our WOW! tv+ offering as their chosen alternative to the traditional cable TV experience," said Teresa Elder, CEO of WOW!. "With families staying home now more than ever, customers can choose how and when they consume their entertainment with the satisfaction of knowing they are backed by our reliable high-speed data network. We're looking forward to expanding WOW! tv+ to additional markets and even more customers in the future."