Welcome to the Time Warner Cable Southern California local thread.
Map of the TWC So Cal service region is at the bottom of this first post.
Many find the following links helpful.
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Time Warner Cable's Los Angeles WiFi Network Grows to 12K Hotspots
In the greater Los Angeles area there are now more than 12,000 wifi hotspots including the Nixon Library, Hollywood Casting & Film, Santa Monica/West LA, Brea, Downtown, San Fernando Valley, Manhattan Beach and the I-10 Corridor.
Here’s a pretty cool interactive map that will show you exactly where you can get WiFi access – just enter your address and click “Go.”
This is all part of a larger venture called “CableWiFi” launched in May 2012 and includes Time Warner Cable, Bright House Networks, Cablevision, Comcast and Cox Communications. You can read the official announcement here.
The number of WiFi hotspots is expanding into several additional cities in the future. You’ll see on the map the network has both indoor and outdoor hotspots located in high-traffic locations such as shopping districts, cafés, malls, sports and concert arenas, restaurants, parks and beaches. Learn more about our robust wi-fi presence in L.A. here.
Untangled (Corporate Blog) a look behind the scenes at America's second largest cable company
A digital adapter is a small device that allows digital television signals to be displayed on your analog TV.
Starting on or about 10/8/13 in Los Angeles, 10/15/13 in San Diego and 10/29/13 for Desert Cities, Yucca Valley, Barstow and Banning, CA some designated channels will be delivered in digital format only. This will not affect any TVs currently connected to a digital set-top box. If you want to view these channels on additional direct-connect analog TVs or similar devices request a Digital Adapter. The quickest and easiest way to order your equipment is online at Go Digital . If you order an Easy Setup Kit, it is directly mailed to your home at no cost. You may also call toll-free 1-855-TWC-DIGITAL (1-855-892-3444) or visit any payment center location to pick up the equipment or arrange for an installation for an additional charge.
On July 31, 2006 Time Warner Cable (TWC) replaced Adelphia and Comcast and serves about 1.9 million subscribers in Los Angeles. This thread merged Adelphia L.A. with TWC L.A. and former Comcast L.A. joined our topic going forward. Adelphia topics remain at the beginning and TWC L.A. posts are at the tail end of this thread.
TWCLA Regional Map
Edited by bgooch - 4/9/14 at 7:13pm