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1. Service Offerings

BrightHouse Networks Prefers to use their speedtest for the most accurate results:

* »speedtest.bhn.net
* »speedtest.cfl.rr.com/
* »speedtest.michigan.mybrighthouse ··· ouse.com

Other Speedtest sites Include:

ISPGeeks GA Speedtest - »www.ispgeeks.com/wild/modules.ph ··· pipSpeed
ISPGeeks TX Speedtest - »www.ispgeeks.com/wild/modules.ph ··· peedTest

by X Digital X2 See Profile edited by dbmaven See Profile
last modified: 2012-08-27 18:11:48

Brighthouse Networks Currently provides Three types of Internet services for residential users.

The Three> Available Internet Service Packages are:

RoadRunner Standard - currently provides Speeds Up to 10 Mbps Download and Up to 1 Mbps Upload, along with 10 Email Accounts and 2GB of Mailbox Storage

RoadRunner Turbo - currently provides speeds Up to 20 Mbps Download and Up to 2 Mbps Upload, along with 25 Email Accounts and 5 GB of Mailbox Storage

RoadRunner Lightning - Road Runner Lightning uses wideband technology. Wireless home networking is included so youll be able to keep all your computers and mobile devices connected anywhere in your home.

RoadRunner Lightning currently provides Up to 40 Mbps Download and Up to 5 Mbps Upload, along with 25 email accounts and 5GB of Storage

Service levels of TURBO and above include PowerBoost, which provides a short burst of download speed when capacity is available above the customers provisioned download speeds. 'Turbo' service, for example, would see up to 30 Mbps down for that short burst, possibly higher in some locations. Service then reverts to the provisioned speed for the remainder of the download. PowerBoost is a registered trademark of Comcast Corporation.

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by X Digital X2 See Profile edited by dbmaven See Profile
last modified: 2011-12-18 15:14:36

Bright House Networks offers the 3D Pass programming package. In addition, we air 3D programming for particular special events and On Demand selections.

1) 3D Pass

2) When available, special 3D events are usually broadcast on channel 1770 or 1771.

3) 3D On Demand selections are currently available through HD Movies On Demand on channel 1480, and HD Showcase on Demand on channel 1375.

Information about upcoming 3D programs will be available on »www.brighthouse.com.

To view 3D programming, customers will need certain equipment.

The following converters and DVRs are compatible with all 3D programming except 3D Pass channels:

Cisco 4640 HD
Cisco 8640 HD
Samsung 3090 HD
Samsung 3260 HD
Samsung 3270 HD
Scientific Atlanta 8300 HDC
Scientific Atlanta 8300 HD
Scientific Atlanta 4250 HDC
Scientific Atlanta 3250 HD

Those customers wanting to subscribe to the 3D Pass will need an -M type HD converter. Your CARE representative will be able to assist you with this.

by BHNtechXpert See Profile edited by dbmaven See Profile
last modified: 2012-02-12 21:13:36