Cincinnati – October 16, 2007 – Time Warner Cable Southwest Ohio Division announces the addition of a free new feature, Caller ID on TV available starting today.
This feature is free for all Time Warner Cable customers who subscribe to both Digital Cable and Digital Phone. When a customer is watching TV and their Digital Phone rings, the caller ID feature appears not only on the phone, but also in the upper left hand corner of the television screen.
“Caller ID on TV is a great customer convenience,” said Karen Baxter, director of public affairs for Time Warner Cable Southwest Ohio Division. “It’s easy to see who’s calling without interrupting your favorite program.”
This feature will be available for free to all Time Warner Cable Digital Cable and Digital Phone customers on October 16, 2007. Customers can manage the function by tuning to channel 1502. From channel 1502, customers will be able to turn the application off or on and see a list of the most recent incoming phone calls.
This service is not available to customers living in areas formerly served by Adelphia due to equipment incompatibility.
About Time Warner Cable
The Southwest Ohio division of Time Warner Cable is proud to lead the way in meeting the entertainment, information and communication needs of more than 640,000 customers in Greater Cincinnati, Dayton and the Miami Valley. The Southwest Ohio division of Time Warner Cable serves 339 communities, provides free service to more than 1,000 schools and employs nearly 1,800 people. Time Warner Cable is on the Web at www.twcinci.com and www.twdayton.com.
Time Warner Cable (NYSE: TWC) owns and manages cable systems passing approximately 26 million homes in 33 states. The Company has 14.6 million customers for its various products, including video, high-speed data and residential telephone. This includes approximately 13.4 million basic video subscribers and more than 6 million customers who purchase more than one product. Time Warner Cable includes some of the most technologically advanced and best-clustered cable systems in the country, with nearly 85 percent of the Company's customers located in five geographic regions: New York, Texas, Ohio, the Carolinas and southern California. It is the largest cable provider in the nation's two largest cities, Los Angeles and New York. Leveraging its leadership in innovation and quality customer care, Time Warner Cable delivers advanced products and services such as video-on-demand, high-definition television, digital video recorders, high-speed data and Digital Phone