Wow! Internet, Cable and Phone (WOW.NYSE) announced the expansion of their IP-delivered video options into the Chicago, Evansville and Detroit markets today.

The introduction of the IP-delivered video options gives Wow customers more options for how they consume their content. The choice to move towards their IP-delivered offerings such as WOW! Tv+ gives the company the opportunity to use its broadband network, and strengthen the HSD services it offers to its customers.

“Our WOW! tv+ customers tell us how much they like the product and how easy it is to use. We are pleased to offer WOW! tv+ to our customers in these additional markets and provide an enhanced viewing experience backed by our reliable high-speed network. It is especially important in challenging times that we offer services to our customers that offer choices for where, when and how they want to access information and entertainment,” said Teresa Elder, CEO of WOW!

WOW is an internet service provider in the United States providing internet access to over three million residential, business and wholesale consumers. They service 19 markets, primarily operating in the midwest and southwest, and have penetrated into Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Maryland, Alabama, Tennessee, South Carolina, Florida and Georgia.

The video options service is already available to customers in Columbus and Cleveland, Ohio, and mid-Michigan markets. The platform features live channel packages, a cloud DVR, and an On Demand library. It also includes a voice remote with Google Assistant, and offers Netflix integration and access to streaming applications like Disney+ through the Google Play Store. Its interface also offers content discovery applications, which provide customers a platform that’s simple to use and allows them to select their own content and videos.

—Joseph Morton

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