Wednesday, December 18, 2013

At the Gazebo with my BHTV App

This is a Sponsored post written by me on behalf of Bright House Networks. All opinions are 100% mine.

From December to February, we have a nice weather in Florida. That's the time when the temperature is cool. If it is not too breezy, I love to listen to my music or watch TV by the gazebo. Watching live HD Programming by the gazebo is what I did yesterday afternoon. Make Any Room a TV Room! How is that possible, you might ask right? My cable, phone and Internet provider is Bright House Networks and this company has a service called BHTV. This is both a free app and a Website where I can watch live TV programs with my iPad and computer anywhere in the house. 

I truly enjoyed using the BHTV App with my iPad. I can watch my favorite TV show anywhere in my property. Sometimes, I watch TV programs in the garage while doing DIY project. How convenient right? I am not confine to the family room or living room to watch my favorite TV programs. BHTV app works only with in the range of my home's wireless network. So far, I am happy with BHTV eversince I download the app.

Do you have this service in your cable network? If you are curious, check out the site of Bright House Networks and read the BHTV’s FAQ. BHTV is truly a great app and if you are a Bright House Networks customer, I recommend that you use this app.

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