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Ting TV: coming soon to a Ting Town near you

Ting TV

As product names go, it’s pretty on the nose: Ting TV. It’s a TV service. From Ting. Ting TV.

Consider Ting TV to be cable TV without the copper cable and, importantly, without the cable company. It will offer all the cable channels and channel packs plus local and specialty channels.

Ting TV is “really smart TV,” offered via the crazy fast fiber networks we’re building in towns and cities across the US.

Ting Internet FAQ: Ting Internet’s most frequently asked questions

Ting Internet FAQ

Ting Internet FAQ

Welcome to Ting. We know fiber’s still a new and emerging tech and with it can come a lot of questions like, when do I get it and what does construction look like?

We’ve rounded up some of the questions we hear the most. Hopefully, you’ll see a few on the list that you want to be answered. Whether you’ve just heard about Ting, have booked your installation or are hotly anticipating Ting TV, this post will point you in the right direction.

If it doesn’t, or if you’re looking for more detailed info, don’t hesitate to reach out to our team at 1-844-846-4994 or submit a request.

The next phases of the Centennial fiber network build

Centennial fiber network

In our Centennial progress reports, we offer as much information as we possibly can on the fiber network build process. We’ll also talk about Ting events, promotions and some of the work we’re doing in the Centennial community. Check back regularly to keep up to date on the latest.

Construction continues in Phase 1A and Phase 1B

As we covered in our last construction update, we’re on track in Willow Creek 1 and 2 and anticipate lighting up our first fiber customers this summer.

The deadline to pre-order (and secure $250 off your startup costs on Ting gigabit) in Willow Creek 2 is June 30, 2018.

We’ve also been working simultaneously in Phase 1B, starting with Walnut Hills, with plans to begin fiber construction in Hunters Hill this summer.

Looking for a TV schedule? Never miss your favorite show with these tools

TV schedule

TV schedule notification tools

When you cancel cable TV, you may be surprised to notice that it’s easy to miss the premieres of your favorite shows since you’re not seeing commercials. This is especially true for on-demand services that are commercial free. The good news is that there’s a flood of new TV schedule services out there to help so you never have to miss your favorite show again.

Here are a few of our favorite picks for the best ways to keep track of what you’re watching.

Ting Works and Holly Springs High School’s Robotics program

Ting Works

Showcasing our community initiatives and involvement across our Ting Towns.

robotics program

Holly Springs High School’s Robotics program

Engaging students in STEM (Science Technology Engineering and Math) subjects goes beyond the classroom. Organizations, administrators, teachers and student leaders are coming up with new and exciting ways to help youth acquire life-changing interests and skills that will help them build work readiness.

At Holly Springs High School, the Hawktimus Prime Robotics Team does just that. This local student team designs and builds new robots every year to enter into state and national robotics competitions.

We got the chance to catch up with Andrew Pratt, the team’s 2017-2018 Sponsorship Captain, and chat a bit about the program’s history, their involvement in FIRST competitions (For Inspiration and Recognition of Science and Technology) and their sponsorship from Ting Internet.

We’re making steady progress in Centennial

progress in Centennial

In our Centennial progress reports, we offer as much information as we possibly can on the fiber network build process. We’ll also talk about Ting events, promotions and some of the work we’re doing in the Centennial community. Check back regularly to keep up to date on the latest.

Making progress in Centennial

As mentioned in our previous Centennial progress report, we’re working on Phase 1A in Willow Creek 1 and 2 and Phase 1B in Walnut Hills and Hunters Hill simultaneously. If you live in these areas, you’ve probably seen our crews out and about. As construction begins in your neighborhood, here’s what you can expect.

While we work, there’s not a whole lot to report other than the fact that construction is moving ahead and we’re making steady progress in Centennial. It’s a long game, but we all knew that going in.

Phase 1 will lay the groundwork for the rest of the network, and once we roll out this first phase, the construction pace will quicken.