Posted on: July 24, 2014 - 1 Comment
The SEC Network Coming Soon

The SEC Network is coming to Bright House Networks Starting Aug. 14, 2014 Just in time for college football season – the SEC Network… is now on Bright House Networks! Beginning August 14, Bright House Networks customers can enjoy an all-access pass to the most storied conference in college athletics. The Southeastern Conference’s long tradition of excellence is reflected both in its history of winning, and in its fan fervor. Here are some of the reasons the SEC is such a perennial power in all 21 of its sponsored sports:

The SEC became the first conference in history to win the national football championship (Florida), the national women’s basketball championship (Tennessee) and the national men’s basketball championship (Florida) in the

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Posted on: July 18, 2014 - 0 Comments
Time To Represent

I have your High Speed Data Services (which I love). I would like to compliment the service technician you sent to my home. He was smart, knew what to test and resolved my concern in ten minutes. Thank you, Bright House Networks, for hiring such a professional and knowledgeable technician. He represents you well. Regards, Mr. Coffman Do you have a positive customer service story you’d like to share with us? We invite you to tell us about your experience at brighthouse.com/shareyourstories or follow us on Twitter at@BrightHouseNow and join the great service conversation at #KeepItBright.…

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Posted on: July 18, 2014 - 0 Comments
Hurricane Preparedness

Although the weather experts are predicting a less than average number of hurricanes will happen during the 2014 hurricane season that kicked off June 1, 2014, they are quick to remind Floridians that “it only takes one” hurricane to wreak havoc on the state. That was the case in 1992, when Hurricane Andrew, the only major hurricane for that year, ripped through south Florida and caused a record $26 billion in damages statewide.  Also, it’s common knowledge among long-time Floridians that a hurricane prediction is just that—those who weathered the ravages of Hurricane Charley in August 2004 know that experts completely missed the storm track and it caused $13 billion in damages across the state. As always, Bright House Networks…

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