“Increasingly, our Austin customers want to take their high-speed Internet with them out of the home and on-the-go,” said Area Vice President Kathy Brabson. “The TWC WiFi™ network we’re building for Austin will allow our customers to greatly maximize their TWC Internet subscription – at no additional charge.”
Texas — Wide Open for Business” isn’t just a slogan. It’s a commitment that we as legislators make to keep our state the best place in the country to do business. And when industries are able to invest in Texas to make our state a better place to live and work, everybody wins.
Time Warner Cable today announced the expansion of its home security and energy management system, IntelligentHome, to the Dallas market. IntelligentHome is an easy-to-use wireless system that offers professional home security along with features that allow customers to check in on their kids or pets, arm or disarm their security system, turn on a light or set the thermostat the way they like it – all via a smartphone, laptop or in-home touchscreen.
Time Warner Cable SportsChannel will provide live television coverage of UIL boys and girls state soccer championships this week from Birkelbach Field in Georgetown, while FOXSportsSouthwest.com will offer live webcasts.
Suddenlink expects to make nearly $100 million in capital investments this year in Texas, and by the end of the year will have invested approximately $700 million in the state since 2006.
Texas cable companies are the leaders in developing cutting edge products and services, but we are just as proud of our investment in the more than 1000 Texas cities and communities we serve.
The Texas Cable Association (TCA) on Monday testified in the House Ways and Means Committee in support of a bill that would give 5.5 million Texas cable and other video subscribers a break on their video taxes – taxes that satellite customers don’t pay.