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Charter Communications customers in Rockwall will soon enjoy access to more than 140 high definition (HD) channels as part of an all-digital upgrade to Charter’s North Texas network.

On Dec. 17, Charter will begin clearing all analog signals from its local network, making way to add 85 new HD offerings in Rockwall. Customers will have access to more than 140 HD channels once Charter completes its move to an all-digital network.  

Nickelodeon, Hallmark Channel, FOX News Channel, BET, ESPNU and Encore are just a few of the new HD channels that will soon be available in crystal-clear digital picture and sound.

“By removing outdated analog signals, we gain back a tremendous amount of bandwidth in our network,” said John Owen, vice president of Charter’s Southwest Region. “In the space we previously needed for a single analog channel, we can now provide multiple standard definition digital channels or HD channels. It’s a great opportunity for us to maximize value for our customers.”

Plus, with digital set-top boxes, Charter customers will gain Video On Demand (VOD) access for every television in their homes. With more than 12,000 VOD options, including 3,000 HD titles, Charter is setting a new standard for digital video entertainment.

Customers also will receive improved Internet capabilities as a result of the network upgrade.

Customers must take action to ensure they continue receiving Charter programming on all of their televisions. Those not currently equipped with Charter-issued digital set-top boxes or CableCARDs must acquire them for each of their TVs; and Charter is making it easy for customers to obtain digital boxes at no cost. Customers may visit or call 1-888-GET CHARTER (1-888-438-2427) for more information.

“More than 90 percent of Charter customers have adopted digital devices for at least one television in their home,” said Kevin Allen, vice president and general manager for Charter in Texas. “Now, we can give customers in Rockwall even more of what they want – a superior digital image, better audio and a diverse selection of HD programming.”

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