01-05-2017 03:41 PM
01-06-2017 02:42 AM - edited 01-06-2017 02:45 AM
Are they on your TWCTV.com?
They are here.
I am still on a TWC package and not one of the Spectrum ones....
Please clarify what you have
and your city/zip code, some areas are messed up
01-08-2017 05:37 AM
We can certainly understand your frustration and thank you for sharing your feedback.
Those channels are available via the TWCTV application in most areas.
We would be happy to take a look at that for you if you would like.
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01-08-2017 07:57 PM - edited 01-08-2017 07:59 PM
01-23-2017 05:24 PM
This is definntely not a good thing. Why is this not available, especially since the merger?
02-07-2017 04:38 PM
Yes they are avaliable on the TWCTV app, but you have to be at home connected to the same wifi network as your receiver.
We are not able to access those channels on a cellular device through the Watch TNTor TBS app. Time Warner/Spectrum is not listed as a participating provider. Not fair.
NBA League Pass free previews are also offered for every other provider except Spectrum. Time Warner used to offer the free previews. Spectrum doesn't. When I called to inquire why, the answer I received was, "We are not offering a free preview of NBA League Pass."
Please relay this to someone.
02-08-2017 04:12 PM
I have the same issue. ABC, NBC, CBS, BBC, HBO, Netflix, Hulu apps ALL work with my iPhone 7. The TNT app will not. The app says my provider is not listed. I was with TimeWarner in Los Angeles/Westchester. Spectrum took over....but the TNT app will not allow me. HELP!!!
02-21-2017 10:04 AM
The tnt app still does not let me sign in with my user/pass when on mobile network. It used to before the merger. Is there a way to get a new user/pass that might work. charter spectrum is the only spectrum provider. I'm not sure if this would be the provider since time warner is now spectrum time warner and not listed as a provider on the tnt app.
03-08-2017 05:36 PM
My area in Los Angeles is also home to the monopoly of Time Warner/Spectrum. "More but Less". The days when they were regulated as a public utility are gone. There is no real competition. Keep this in mind as we deregulate the internet and forego internet equality. If TWC/Spectrum is also able to control the internet will we wont be able to get not only TBS or TNT but maybe no Netflix or Hulu or Amazon or HBO. Oh wait, HBO is part of TWC....
It only get better. More competition in this industry means more monopolies.