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MysticGuitar

join:2012-04-12
Waterdown, ON
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The Movie Network Online - Cogeco?

I've recently subscribed to The Movie Network using Cogeco, and am very interested in watching TMN content online. The On-Demand Online service is being advertised, and is apparently a part of my subscription. I just can't figure out how to access it?

Also, there really should be a sub-forum for the other Cogeco services, such as phone and television.


kim
That Chick
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join:2001-03-25
ON
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I access it through
Main menu/on demand/ premium/TMN

MysticGuitar

join:2012-04-12
Waterdown, ON
Reviews:
·WIND Mobile
·Cogeco Cable

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Yes, I know how to access the On Demand content through Cogeco On Demand, however, TMN also offers their on demand programming on the internet.

»www.themovienetwork.ca/online/

Sort of like Netflix, in some ways.

Is there any way to access that service with my subscription, as advertised?


kim
That Chick
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Ah I'd like to know how to access that too.

Want some popcorn while we wait?
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MysticGuitar

join:2012-04-12
Waterdown, ON
Reviews:
·WIND Mobile
·Cogeco Cable
Sure, you bring the popcorn, and I'll bring the expired-but-still-edible candy.
That's the Famous Players experience we all know and love.

Also, I contacted Cogeco a few minutes ago, regarding the TMN Online content. Sadly, support wasn't much help. The guy I talked with wasn't even aware that such a service even existed, and was convinced I was referring to Netflix.
He even went as far as to blame my modem for being unable to access Netflix, and said he could send a techie over for next Tuesday.

No matter how many times I said The Movie Network, this person just wouldn't listen. I eventually ended up hanging up on him.

HeadSpinning
MNSi Internet

join:2005-05-29
Windsor, ON
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reply to MysticGuitar
Short answer: You can't.

Long Answer: Only Rogers, Videotron and Bell have made arrangements with The Movie Network for online versions. If you want the online version, switch to Bell.
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MysticGuitar

join:2012-04-12
Waterdown, ON
I can't switch to Bell, as the internet and television packages I desire aren't available in my area.

It's either Cogeco, or nothing.


kim
That Chick
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reply to MysticGuitar
Too funny!

One of our resident experts will be along soon I'm sure.
I got you extra butter on your popcorn. Would you like a ridiculously watered down 80 oz pop? I'm told it's a small.
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oldabe

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HeadSpinning
MNSi Internet

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Windsor, ON
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said by oldabe :

»www.cogecoondemand.com/

And where is the The Movie Network Online on the list?

»www.cogecoondemand.com/channels
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Marcer
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join:2007-07-08
Hamilton, ON
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reply to MysticGuitar
As I stated Here, We are still working with content providers (Including TMN) to include their content in the Cogeco On-Demand Online platform.

MysticGuitar

join:2012-04-12
Waterdown, ON
That's excellent! Do you have any ETA as to when TMN will be available? This year, perhaps?

Marcer
Premium,VIP
join:2007-07-08
Hamilton, ON
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I've yet to get a firm time line, but I'll inquire again.