Wow! brings TV+ service to Chicago, Evansville, Detroit

Thursday 16 July 2020 | 16:30 CET | News
Wow! Internet, Cable & Phone said its TV+ IPTV service became available to its high-speed data customers in Chicago, Evansville and Detroit. Already available in its Columbus, Ohio, Cleveland and mid-Michigan markets, the Android TV-based platform features curated live channel packages, a cloud DVR, and access to an extensive on-demand library. 

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