NICHOLVILLE -- Slic Network Solutions is offering lower priced options for its cable TV service in rural areas of St. Lawrence County.
Their myEVTV service and their triple-play bundles include phone, television and high-speed Internet.
A new myEVTV package called myLocal TV has been introduced, focusing on providing North Country residents with local affiliates of popular networks like Fox, CBS, NBC, and ABC. Viewers will be able to see stations like NBC - WPTZ out of Plattsburgh and CBS - WWNY “Channel 7 News” out of Watertown. The local package also includes Canadian channels in Ottawa, CBOT (CBC) and CJOH (CTV). The lineup is rounded out with local PBS, several C-SPAN channels, shopping channels, religious programming, and The Weather Channel. In total, St. Lawrence County customers receive 17 channels with this service.
Slic’s myLocal TV line-up is included in their new myBasic-10 & myBasic-20 triple play bundles, both available for under $100 a month. These bundles include unlimited local calling phone service, the myLocal TV channel lineup and high-speed Internet.
High-definition and premium channel options are available.
For more details, visit Slic’s residential services page at http://www.slic.com/residential. Area residents can also call Slic Network Solutions at 877-754-2266.