TV Streaming has come to commZoom!
Now commZoom cable TV subscribers can Watch TV Everywhere from over 70 networks FREE with your smart phone, laptop, tablet, the fillings in your teeth, (No, we made that bit up. Got a little carried away. You can’t see a show in your fillings. Yet.) from anywhere you can get an Internet signal. Watch a show at home, the airport, hotel, or office (discreetly, on your lunch break of course). Anywhere there’s strong enough Internet bandwidth is a watchTVeverywhere zoomZone.
There’s that bandwidth issue again! For best results we recommend at least a 10 Mbps connection. Buffering can occur at slower speeds. Some networks require less bandwidth-some more.If you intend to access TV Everywhere with multiple devices, a higher Internet speed will result in an optimal viewing experience. Luckily commZoom can deliver that and much more. Wired connections and in-home Wi-Fi will provide the best quality. Stick with Wi-Fi when you can and avoid unwelcome data costs from your mobile carrier. Make sure you’re not on a limited data plan! Check it before you start streaming on your mobile device. If you live in a town where commZoom Internet has not yet been upgraded, HOLD ON! We’re on our way.
You can pre-register below and be among the first group to get service when we come to your town.
Ready to get started? It’s simple. Follow the steps on this page. For questions, hit the FAQ button on this page which also includes a handy five-minute video tutorial read by a nice man with a velvety smooth voice. Enjoy! But get your chores done first.
American History Channel
CMT – Country Music Television
Fox Sports 1
National Geographic Channel
Go to the watchTVeverywhere website and select commZoom from the list of providers.
Choose the Register button from the menu at the top of the page.
Fill out the required information and that’s it! You can now watch TV anywhere and anytime with watchTVeverywhere!
IPTV Coming Zoomm!!
Over 200 fully digital high definition cable TV, movie and music channels are just around the corner and will soon be delivered to upgraded commZoom markets via IPTV (Internet Protocol).