Copper Mountain Cable TV offers digital service
COPPER MOUNTAIN – The Copper Mountain Consolidated Metropolitan District, the resort’s cable TV provider, is now offering digital service to its resort customers.The service is up and running, according to metro district manager Elizabeth A. Black.Black said the district board directed that digital TV and high speed Internet service be made available at the resort.”We just finished all the tedious paperwork with the networks for digital and can say it is ready to go,” Black said.She said the district is now exploring all available options for high speed Internet access.”That program still needs to be evaluated before we speculate its launch date,” Black said.The basic digital service includes a variety of cable networks for $16 a month. The networks include History International, HGTV, ESPN Classic, Flix, Style, Biography, seven channels of Encore! Movies, Lifetime Movies, MTV2, Nick Games & Sports, Trio and five channels of DM music – adult contemporary, light classical, rock oldies, classic rock and urban beat.Customers also can select individual “families” of premium movies, a combination or all the premium movies: six HBO movie channels, four Cinemax, 10 Showtime or four Starz movie channels.If ordered individually, prices range from $7 per month to $12.50 per month.Combination packages or two families of movie channels range from $15 to $24 per month. All the movie channels, 24 in all, may be ordered for $27 per month.To have the movie channels, all digital customers must subscribe to the basic digital package.Customers must sign up for the service for a minimum of one year and a refundable $100 deposit is required for the Motorola digital box.This service is only available to Copper Mountain residents and does not extend beyond the village to any other part of the county.Digital television will be on display all summer 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. weekdays at the district’s administrative offices in Fox Pine Inn, 154 Wheeler Place.For information, call the district offices at (970) 968-2537.
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