The Wyandotte Municipal Services Commission, which oversees the city’s utilities, said today that the city plans to offer new cable and Internet features in 2014.
“We will be offering more HD channels, enhanced Internet service and online access to content,” Steve Timcoe, Wyandotte’s telecommunications superintendent, said.
Contrary to popular belief, Wyandotte cable is not the only provider in the city. Although Comcast and WOW! services are not available, other providers like DirecTV, AT&T U-Verse (available only in selected areas) and Dish Network are obtainable through subscription.
About 72 percent of residents subscribe to the city’s cable or Internet, Timcoe told Patch in 2011.
Head-to-head “we are the best value in Wyandotte,” he said.
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