Point Broadband is NOT Discontinuing Cable TV service!
You could say that rumors spread as fast as our fiber service! But we’re here to set the record straight.
We have heard rumors in the communities we serve that Point Broadband is discontinuing our cable TV service. This is ONLY true for a fraction of our customers (approximately 500) in our Virginia market who are on an old-fashioned, broken TV platform and a few customers in Ohio, where service is no longer available after Dec. 31. For all other existing cable TV customers, we are continuing to support that service.
However, Point Broadband is staying ahead of the technology curve, and offering new customers a better way to watch TV – streaming through third-party providers, like YouTube TV, Hulu and more (Point Broadband doesn’t sell streaming services, but the Internet connection that makes them work great!).
We know it can be hard to change the way you’ve always done things. Much like moving from paper maps to GPS or video rental companies to movie downloads, it can be hard to make the switch to something new. But we also know that hindsight is 20/20, and that individuals who have cut cable in favor of streaming generally feel happy with their decision and wish they had made the switch sooner.
So why are we pushing streaming over cable? After all, as we said – Point Broadband is NOT discontinuing our cable TV service! It’s because we know the power of the fiber internet service we provide, and we’re confident that switching to streaming will benefit our customers.
Point Broadband isn’t going anywhere. We’ve made a significant investment in each of our markets to provide the best fiber internet service possible. We’re here for the long haul.