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When it comes down to selecting a TV package, you are spoiled for choice. That is why the Spectrum TV Choice package was introduced. It lets you decide what channels you should get. You don’t have to waste money on bundles you aren’t going to use. Instead, you can simply select the channels that you want.
What is Spectrum TV Choice?
Simply put, it is the Spectrum way of personalizing your TV package. Earlier, if you wanted to watch a channel you might have had to buy an entire bundle of channels. This was true not just for the spectrum but most leading cable providers. But Spectrum Choice has changed the game forever.
With Spectrum TV Choice you get all your local channels plus your pick of 10 cable channels. So stay current on all your local affairs as well as enjoy your favorite entertainment channels. And the best part is that it’s affordable. So you don’t have to worry about the high costs of ‘premium’ channels.
Another reason why Spectrum Choice is quickly becoming the choice of the people is that it’s contract-free. That means there are no long-term contracts for you to worry about. Simply use the service until you want and unsubscribe when you don’t. So you don’t need to worry about early termination fees or hidden costs.
Are You Still Getting Cable Services?
This is one of the special things about the Spectrum Choice package. While enjoying cable channels, it is not a cable service. So you don’t have to waste time waiting for the technical support people to come by. There aren’t any setup costs or even any technical issues that can arise.
You can enjoy your Spectrum TV Choice packages any way you like. Connect through the Roku App or Apple TV. Or if your Samsung Smart TV is capable, you can connect directly with your Choice package. If you prefer, connect using your Xbox console. Making it one of the most versatile ways to enjoy your TV experience.
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So you don’t need any digital receiver to get you set up. All you need to get started with your Choice package is their Internet. It’s a classic case of a win-win situation. Traditionally, you would get a Double Play or Triple Play service to enjoy TV and the internet. But with Spectrum Choice, all you need to do is select one of the affordable internet options.
Which Channels Do I Get?
With this package, you get all your local access channels. Those depend largely on your location. But in addition to all those select up to 10 of your favorite channels from Cable TV. Spectrum gives you the option to select from more than 140 different channels including the Hallmark channels.
Spectrum TV Choice Channel Lineup
Below mentioned is the spectrum tv choice channels list. You can select your favorite channels according to your choice.
|Channel Name||Category||Channel Number|
|BBC World News||News||362|
|BeIN SPORTS Español||Latino||836|
|CNN en Español||Latino||807|
|Discovery en Español||Latino||809|
|El Rey Network||Latino||841|
|FOX Business Network||News||353|
|FOX News Channel||News||63|
|FOX Sports 1||Sports||25|
|FX Movie Channel||Entertainment||84|
|Hallmark Movies & Mysteries||Entertainment||69|
|NBC Sports Network||Sports||59|
|The Weather Channel||News||15|
The given channel lineup is based on national estimates. It may vary by location.
How Can I Subscribe to this Package?
Subscribing for cable TV channels has never been easier. If you haven’t already subscribed then all you need to do is:
- Log into the Spectrum Website
- Select the option ‘Add TV’ from the menu
- From the following menu, select the option ‘Spectrum TV Choice’
- Proceed to select your 10 Cable TV channels
- Choose whether you any of the premium channels
- Select your premium channels (if any)
- Enjoy your service
When it’s time to pay for your service, you can make the initial payments online on the website. And monthly subscription payments can be taken care of automatically. Unlike traditional subscriptions where you have to pay Charter bill yourself. Your bills work more like Netflix subscriptions. Where your account is debited every month.
Can I Use a DVR?
Get a DVR box with your TV Choice subscription for an additional monthly charge. Though the charge is minimal, also do without. With your TV Choice subscription, you also get access to the Spectrum on-demand video catalog. So search for your favorite shows there.
Instead of spending extra for a DVR device, you can enjoy on-demand streaming at no extra cost. So catching up with your favorite shows is more convenient than ever.
Should I Get Regular Cable or Spectrum Choice?
Choosing between the two depends entirely on your preferences. Ask yourself what is most important. Do you think 10 cable TV channels are enough for you? Do you mind long term contracts? Or do you prefer the freedom to cancel your subscription without notice? If you are uncertain, go through the Spectrum TV packages. Those should help you make up your mind.
How Can I End My Subscription?
You may cancel your Spectrum Choice subscription at any time you like. And since there is no long term contract to worry about the process is essentially hassle-free. All you have to do is contact Spectrum customer service. Ask them to cancel your subscription. There are no hidden charges or strings attached.
The provider reserves the right to change prices at any time. All prices reflected in this blog are accurate as of the time of writing.
Spectrum TV Choice
It is an offer from Spectrum to its customers that just might keep them around or bring some back. Here is how it works. Spectrum TV Choice starts by offering the customer the major broadcast networks ABC, FOX, NBC, CW, CBS and PBS as well as the rest of the digital broadcast spectrum and public channels like C-Span and others. You start with that as a base then add 10 cable channels of your choice. All of this for a starting price of $24.00 (Price reflects fee for broadcast retransmission) plus the cost for local and state taxes. The real cost probably comes to about $30.00-$35.00. Special note Spectrum TV Choice is often confused with similar Charter program Spectrum TV Stream. For a full guide on Spectrum TV Stream click Here
For additional fees, customers can add other features like DVR and premium TV channels.
BBC World News
El Rey Network
FOX Business Network
FOX News Channel
FX Movie Channel
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
NBC Sports Network
The Weather ChannelNews
What about HBO?
Users can get all of their premium channels with Spectrum TV Choice. HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, The Movie Channel, Starz, Starz Encore, EPIX. Each service can be added for 7.50 apiece or they can add 5 services for $15.00.
HBO, Cinemax, Showtime, The Movie Channel, Starz, Starz Encore
The catch is that instead of receiving the channels themselves the user would get access to the TV Everywhere apps that correspond to the services. That means users will get HBO Go etc. They will not be able to navigate to the premium services within the app or use a grid to see what it on a given channel. Not use DVR for those channels. This also means that user would not be able to watch all of their premium channels live, though some do offer live feeds as part of their apps.
Spectrum TV Choice Review
Our internet expert, Catherine McNally, points out that Spectrum offers sufficient internet speeds for any home with members who want to work from home, stream, or game without worrying about the buffering icon.
We really like how Spectrum doesn’t come with a contract! You can cancel at any time.
Keep that in mind because Spectrum says after the first year of your service, “standard rates apply.” Spectrum isn’t clear as to how much your bill will increase afterward.
You’ll get a few perks with Spectrum’s internet plans. Each plan comes with a free internet modem, and the Gig plan comes with free anti-virus software.
Spectrum is an anomaly in the industry because most internet providers charge $10-$20 per month to rent equipment, and it might be the only internet provider to include anti-virus software into its plan.
If you need more guidance into which internet plan will be best for you, check out our Spectrum Internet Review.
- Click here to skip my Doofenshmirtz-level backstory and right to the review
Let’s be clear: there is no better feeling than the day you break up with your Internet/TV/Phone provider and cut the cord. Every cord cutter knows what their breaking point was. Mine came when I called Verizon this summer to try and get a better price than the $120+ I was paying for (to be honest, decently fast and pretty reliable) FiOS Internet along with an assortment of cable channels we almost never used. But I started to wonder more and more as the bills came rolling in: is that reliability worth such a mark-up, when Verizon was recently offering Internet-only plans for $40 for new customers (and only new customers)? I decided no.
If only I’d threatened to cancel in just the right way…
Anyway, after making my complaints known, and listening to FiOS customer service hemming and hawing, the best Big Red could do for me was $95/month, still including local channels by the way. Somehow having TV in the bundle actually lowers the price (probably due to some stupid government subsidy). Regardless, still too rich for my blood. Then, I was told when canceling my service on the 2nd call that they could have gotten my cost down as low as $65, if I had figured out how to threaten them in just the right way the first time I called, whatever that means.That was the last straw, goodbye Verizon.
Being fortunate enough to live in one of the few areas in America with somewhat of a choice of broadband provider, I signed up with Charter I mean Spectrum for plain and simple Internet. At the best of times, the broadband tests say our speed gets up into maybe the 80 Mbit/s range, and for a much more manageable $40 a month. So I’m willing to forgive a momentary loss of service now and again if my cable modem hasn’t been rebooted recently enough, and it’s suddenly overwhelmed by a tidal wave of kids streaming YouTube and online gaming.
We still watch traditional TV occasionally in my house, so we had to find something to satiate that need. We tried Playstation Vue and found it ok, but pricey to get all the channels we wanted. We tried Hulu and I balked at the commercial infestation that comes with their basic $40 TV package, unless you shell out even more money. We more or less had settled on Sling, which had both a mix of channels we liked and features we were used to from years of TiVo: a cloud DVR and ability to pause live TV. Or so we thought. All for about $40, still under Verizon’s ‘best’ deal we could figure out how to get at least.
Sling DVR: Nothing is more frustrating than being told you can’t use a feature you’re paying extra to have.
But have you used the DVR/live TV pause feature on Sling? Want to pause that NFL Network show you’re watching? Nah. Cartoon Network show? Nope. MSNBC?! That’s right, you can’t pause the news in Sling TV land. If you’ve ever used TiVo or any decent DVR before, you are probably accustomed to watching live TV a certain way and it goes something like: find something you want to watch, select that channel, pause at the first commercial break to let the recording buffer fill up, come back in a few minutes, skip over the commercials, and repeat. Kiss that modus operandi goodbye, dear cord cutter. Nothing is more frustrating than being told you can’t use a feature you’re paying extra to have. And just forget about skipping commercials on the majority of shows you record for later.
I really don’t know how it’s possible that Sling managed to negotiate sucha bad deal with the channel providers when it came to pausing or commercial skipping, but boy did they do just that. Needless to say we were still on the hunt for an alternative, and despite some promising recent developments in YouTube TV land, a lack of full Viacom and Turner channels meant it was still out of the running for us.
Enter Spectrum TV Stream and TV Choice Packages
Recently, Spectrum introduced a “TV Stream” package which consists of 25 channels for about 25 bucks, on the idea that if you’re going to pay for a slim TV bundle with only a few channels, you may as well pay them for it. It works on Rokus and most other devices you probaably have and seems to look a lot like an independent streaming offering. But like so many other other streaming services, they pick the channels, and if you don’t like what they’re offering and want more ‘tiers’, the price is going to jump right back up into the same $40+ range you can get almost anywhere else.
However, Spectrum also has a very quietly advertised package called TV Choice (confused yet on this naming?) and this is where things get good. As cord cutters, what you always tell others (and yourself) is “I only watch like 5 channels!” Well, time to put your monty where your mouth is. This plan you a whopping 10 channels, from almost any channel package (Turner, Viacom, Scripps, whatever), plus you get your local channels and things like PBS and MeTV as a bonus. It’s the most diverse set of channel options I know of. This worked out great for me because there’s always one channel from group A that we couldn’t get in one of the Sling or other companies’ slim bundles, and many channels we didn’t watch.
The effort of picking just 10 though seems easy until you try to do it. Giving up something like all Disney channels because you want Nick and Cartoon Network for your kids, leaving you with just 8 other channels for everything else you watch is just something it takes time to make your peace with. But the control offered is unprecedented for a cord cutter, and I love it.
One things Spectrum has done a really great job on is the Watch Spectrum app. In my time using it the past week, I have never had a hiccup on mobile, the roku app, Samsung TV app, it all works flawlessly and all at the same time. The guide shows you only the channels you’ve actually subscribed to, though the on-demand does show you shows for channels you don’t get.
Now for the downsides. First, there’s NO DVR option at all, unless you decide to grab a CableCard for your TiVO or other device, or one of their own pricey mammajammers. I made the mistake of ordering the CableCard at the same time, and thus did not get any channels via the Watch Spectrum app within the promised 2 hours of ordering. When you do this, the order gets configured to wait for the CableCard setup to activate. After 2 calls to support I was finally able to get the service turned on without waiting for the CableCard activation. My advice: even if you want to eventually get a CableCard (which costs a very reasonable $2 per month versus Verizon’s $5) just leave it off the order until after you try out the service. Given how terrible every streaming service’s cloud DVR has been, I’m happy to have to set up my own box, as I’ve been a TiVo devotee for years.
Secondly, and something you might not be used to if you’ve long since cut the cord, but now that you’re dealing with cable again, they hit you with those weird broadcast fee and whatever other nonsense that may have made you quit in the first place. So it ends up closer to $25 a month for the basic TV Choice plan. More fine print: after two years this goes up another $10 or so, meaning you’re getting back to around the $35 mark. I sincerely hope by then that the streaming services get more granular with the options they offer, or at least substantially up their DVR game. But for me, this Spectrum package worth it just for the full control you get over the channels you want, and only those channels.
Finally, and perhaps most frustratingly, you may not even be eligible for the service. If you already have TV and Internet service with Spectrum you may not ‘qualify’ for the offer, i.e. why should they offer something when you’re already paying for more. But, maybe that’s just the right way to threaten to cancel your service: ‘give me TV Choice or I’m out of here’. It’s worth it.
Choice channels spectrum
Spectrum TV Choice Channels List & Package
Cord-cutting promised you the world by giving you complete control of the channels you subscribe to and the programming you watch. You can cherry-pick what you love and only pay for that. It is understandably deemed the more affordable option, the better option, as compared to cable TV. So, if you have already considered making a switch, today may a good time to do so.
While running after streaming services is one way to go, you are pleasantly surprised by what the cable providers have to offer. Adapting their services to changing times, cable TV providers have come up with plans that give its viewers greater control over what they watch. If you are looking for the plan to get your daily dose of entertainment then look no further than the Charter Spectrum. It is best at giving you exactly what you want. Their Spectrum TV Choice is a customizable option that lets you choose a total of ten Spectrum Choice channels to add to the lineup of existing fixed channels that come with the package. Interested in learning more? Well, here is all you need to know about the Spectrums ala carte plan.
Call Spectrum Support at 1-844-481-5997
Spectrum TV Choice is the ultimate TV plan. Simply put it is a streaming service offered to Spectrum internet users. It gives you a great channel lineup at affordable rates and without having to sign a contract with them! Exciting, isnt it?
When you think of cable providers, the first thought to come to mind is the traditional cable connection. Its possible to have missed their streaming service as you dont often get to hear about it, but now that you are aware it exists you might want to consider subscribing to it. With this Spectrum service you can say goodbye to the bulky cable boxes and all the paraphernalia a cable connection requires. And, you wont need to wait for technical support to come and set it up. You can easily run it on your phones, smart TVs, Roku, Xbox One, or Apple TV, whatever you already own. Before we move to the Spectrum channel lineup though, heres a table comparing Spectrum TV Choice to Spectrum Select, Silver, and Spectrum Gold plans. If you are arent convinced as yet, this is sure to change your mind.
Spectrum TV Choice
~10–40 (vary by location)
~50 SD hrs. or up to 50 shows
21 HD hrs.
21 HD hrs.
21 HD hrs.
As you can see, the Spectrum TV Choice plans costs almost half that of Spectrum Select plan making it an undoubtedly great deal. Were sure you wonder which channels do you get with this plan, so let us get into it.
When you subscribe to Spectrum TV Choice, you get access to the following channels. They cover major broadcast networks like NBC, ABC, and Fox along with Spectrums News 1 channel. You can also watch public access and educational channels LIKE C-SPAN and CBS on it as well as shopping channels and music channels. Some channels though, like MeTV and Bounce will be available to you depending on the area you are located. Apart from these, you can choose 10 cable channels from a list of 77. These include all major national sports channels, major cable news networks, and entertainment channels like HGTV and AMC.
In addition to this, you can also add premium channels like HBO and Showtime for $7.50 each or simply $15 a month for them all. Given you have to upgrade from Spectrum Select to Spectrum Silver to have these channels included in the additional price of $25 a month, wed say its a great bargain.
FOX News Channel
FOX Sports 1
FX Movie Channel
BBC World News
BeIN SPORTS Español
Hallmark Movies & Mysteries
CNN en Español
Discovery en Español
NBC Sports Network
El Rey Network
FOX Business Network
The Weather Channel
Call Spectrum Support at 1-844-481-5997
If you arent already convinced of getting Spectrums streaming service, here are some more perks to prompt your switch.
When you get cable TV, it often comes with a slew of hidden charges in the form of the installation fees, taxes, and equipment fee. When you add these costs, even the cheapest of plans become rather expensive to get. With Spectrum TV Choice, however, this wont is a problem. Just visit the Spectrums website and sign in using your Spectrum username and password. If you prefer to watch on your mobile devices or the TV you can watch them as well. Simply download the Spectrum app on your device. If you are using the app over the Wi-Fi though you will log in automatically, which is great. Apple TV (4th generation or higher), Roku, Smart TV, Amazon Fire tablets, and Xbox One, all work well with this app so you will be set up in no time. What is more, the Roku and Apple TV apps support universal search which means you can look up the shows using the devices voice remotes.
When it comes to which is better, Spectrum TV Choice or cable, it really depends on your needs and your budget. If you are not a picky watcher then the streaming service would work well for you. On the other hand, if you need a wider variety of channels, then you would do better with getting a cable plan.
It is worth noting though that while Spectrums app works great at a basic level, it is not the best. The videos are limited to 30 frames per second which can really kill an action movie. In addition to this, using this service outside of the home is near impossible. Sure, you can stream a few channels live, but many simply dont work. The app could also do with some tweaks as it isnt compatible with all TV devices. The worst part though is that you have to scroll through a long list of on-demand channels that you dont have access to, to find the ones you can watch. This makes for bad user experience and makes it feel like an upsell to one of their cable plans.
If you want, you can essentially sign in to the individual network apps like ESPN and Fox News but it is such a hassle especially for those who watch outside a home on a daily basis. In such a case cable TV would prove more effective. Then again only you can answer the question of which is better so figure out what you want from your service before you subscribe. If you are confused though, wed suggest you do a trial of the service. It will give you a better idea for sure.
Subscribing to cable TV channels is as easy as it gets. Call 1-844-481-5997 at any time, on any day or night.
As far as the payment is concerned, you can make it online on the website. You dont have to worry about paying Charter bill yourself. Each month the amount will be deducted from your account making it a hassle-free process. Simple right? Go ahead and get your plan today. If you still have any queries, you can always call Spectrum customer service. They will be able to answer all your questions.
Do I need a DVR?
While you can rent a DVR at a minimal charge with your Spectrum TV Choice subscription, you dont necessarily need it. With access to the on-demand library, you can simply stream your favorite show.
Does Spectrum have a cancellation fee?
Spectrum does not bind you in a long term contract so you can cancel any time you want without incurring a penalty. Simply call Spectrum customer service to cancel their service.
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