Consolidated Communications Launches CCiTV in Southern Maine

Council member Consolidated Communications has introduced CCiTV to the Portland, Augusta, and Lewiston areas in Maine. CCiTV is a new cable service that will provide customers with access to nearly 200 live local, national, and premium channels.

CCiTV will introduce state-of-the-art advancements in television to Southern Maine residents, including replay/restart TV, voice control remotes, and high-definition with 4K-compatibilty. One of the major features of CCiTV is the cloud-based DVR storage, allowing viewers to content anytime on a variety of devices.

“It’s a streamlined service that removes the two biggest pain points customers experience when dealing with traditional providers: weather-related outages and never-ending fees on the bill. Everything is included in one easy-to-use, highly reliable package,” said Vice President of Consumer Product Management, Rob Koester.

The NEC commends Consolidated Communication for their effort to improve broadband and communications in Maine.

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