Time Warner Cable announced it is transitioning customers to an all-digital lineup in southeast Wisconsin including the cities of Milwaukee, Kenosha, Waukesha and Racine. Along with delivering improved picture and sound for customers currently receiving analog signals, the move to all-digital frees up capacity in TWC’s network to offer faster Internet speeds and additional on-demand content, the company is informing its subscribers in the area.
“Going all-digital brings the benefit of better picture and sound immediately, and will enable us to offer customers faster Internet speeds and additional services in the future,” Jack Herbert, TWC regional VP says.
Network enhancements in southeastern Wisconsin enabled the 2015 launch of enhanced DVR, which allows subscribers to simultaneously record up to six different programs and save 150 hours of HD programming on the 1 TB hard drive.
The transition to an all-digital network will require video customers without TWC digital equipment to order a TWC digital adapter. The company is offering existing TV subscribers one or more digital adapters free through at least October 6, 2017. To qualify, they must order by January 29.