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Step-by-Step Setup Instructions
Step-by-Step Setup Instructions
Step-by-Step Setup Instructions


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Now you can watch dozens of channels on your computer, laptop, iPad, tablet, iPhone or Android phone.

WatchTVEverywhere has created an instructional video to walk you through the simple, step-by-step process of registering and setting up your account.

It's Easy and it's free...so go ahead and register to get started...

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Set Up Instructions




  1. Find a recent copy of your Ashland Home Net statement. (You'll need your account number & last name on the bill).
  2. Go to watchtveverywhere.com
  3. Click on "Register" at the top left of the screen. Fill out the form and remember to save your username (email) and password in a secure location. (You may have up to four users. The first must be considered the primary account holder and be at least 18 years of age).
  4. When you submit the form, you will be emailed a registration link. When you receive the email from watchtveverywhere.com, open the email and follow the instructions by clicking on the registration link provided.
  5. This will return you to the site and you will now be registered. You only need to do this one time.
  6. Using any web enabled device (PC, tablet or smart phone, login to watchtveverywhere.com using the Username (email) and password, you've created and select the PAC 12 Network from the menu. It's that simple.
About




WatchTVEverywhere is a trusted third party provider that the networks have partnered with to bring cable tv channels to you on all your smart devices. The PAC 12 Network was the first and now A&E, BET, Bravo, C-Span, CMT, CNBC, Comedy, E!, WatchESPN, Esquire, FXB, FNC, FYI, Golf, History2, Hallmark, History, Lifetime, LMN, MSNBC, MTV, NBC Sports, Nick, Oxygen, Pac12, Spike, SyFy, USA and VH1 are all available.

 

FAQs




What is WatchTVEverywhere?
How is WatchTVEverywhere different from something like Hulu or Netflix?
How much does it cost?
Where can I WatchTVEverywhere?
Does watching WatchTVEverywhere count against my mobile data plan?
Why aren't all programs available?
Will other networks become available?
How do I use WatchTVEverywhere?
Which WatchTVEverywhere programs can I watch?
Which devices can I use?
How many different devices can I use?
What programs are available?

Click here to watch a 5 minute video about using WatchTVEverywhere.




What is WatchTVEverywhere?

WatchTVEverywhere has a lot of different definitions. For us, it is TV programs that are available on something other than a TV set. That means your PC, laptop, iPad, iPhone or Android.




How is WatchTVEverywhere different from something like Hulu or Netflix?

There are several differences. WatchTVEverywhere:




How much does it cost?

Nothing. At this time, there is no extra cost for WatchTVEverywhere so feel free to explore. There is nothing available at this site that will result in an extra cost to you (except overage charges from your cellular carrier). You only need to be a subscriber to the TV network. This may change over time depending on the requirements made by the individual TV networks.




Where can I WatchTVEverywhere?

The answer is just about Everywhere. WatchTVEverywhere works anywhere you can receive an Internet signal: inside your house, at the office, shopping mall, hotel, airport, vacation home, etc. Wired connections and in-home WiFi will provide the best quality. The quality of WatchTVEverywhere signals while roaming (airports, stores, etc.) will vary depending on the strength of the signal. Be extra careful when you travel, especially outside the US. Data roaming charges may apply and they can be very expensive.




What programs are available?

Different networks make different programs available at different times. Each TV network makes their own decision about what to make available on WatchTVEverywhere. For example, the live feed of CNN is available. However, the live feed of TBS is not. Instead, TBS offers full episodes of their popular programs.




Why aren't all programs available?

A TV network doesn't necessarily own all of the rights to all of the programs they transmit. A TV network may have the right to transmit a movie, but only to TV sets, not on WatchTVEverywhere. So, once again, it depends on the TV network.




Will other networks become available?

Yes. We are working with many different program providers to expand the number of networks and the number of programs available on WatchTVEverywhere. Registered users are presented with a complete list of all the networks available to them. You will see them automatically when they are added.




How do I use WatchTVEverywhere?

It is easy to start using WatchTVEverywhere. The first step is registration. Click here to watch a 5 minute video about registration. The best thing to do is have your latest invoice handy. It is important that you keep your username and password confidential. Use of your credentials by others will result in loss of WatchTVEverywhere privileges.

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Which WatchTVEverywhere programs can I watch?

Once you are registered, you can watch any WatchTVEverywhere program as long as you are a subscriber to that network. For example, you must be an A&E subscriber to watch A&E's WatchTVEverywhere programs.




Which devices can I use?

Almost all WatchTVEverywhere programs are available on all devices (PC, laptop, iPad, iPhone, Android phone). Some TV networks have not made their programs available on all devices. Visit the iPhone or iPad App Store and search by the network name for available applications.




How many different devices can I use?

There is no limit to the number of devices you can use. However, TV networks may limit the number you can use at the same time.




Does watching WatchTVEverywhere count against my mobile data plan?

It might. Check your data plan before you start watching WatchTVEverywhere on a smart phone or wireless network. WatchTVEverywhere programs transmit a lot of data. That can become expensive if you have a limited data plan. Please know that we have no way of knowing when you have exceeded your data plan. You are responsible for all of the charges made by your mobile carrier.