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Charter Goes 100% Digital, Analog Signal Ends

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KENNEWICK, WA - If you have Charter Cable and your TV isn't showing a signal, it might be because Charter has now gone 100% digital.

Charter has been notifying its customers that an analog signal will no longer work as of April 1st.  

Confused? Here's an explanation. If you plug your TV into the wall, chances are you have an analog channel service. You are who Charter has been trying to contact for some time now. 

In order to watch cable, you now need a Charter supplied cable box on every TV in your home. If you don't, you won't be able to access any channels on Charter. 

You'll need to make an appointment with Charter for a technician to come to your home and install a cable box. 

Charter says it will give qualifying customers the first digital box at no charge for the first 12 months. After that, each additional box will cost you $6.99 per month.

Charters says going digital means more high definition channels, better picture quality and faster internet speeds. 

To see if you qualify for a free digital box, learn more about the digital changes, or make an appointment with a technician, call Charter at 1-877-906-9121.

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