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Joining Products And Services

Verizon Wireless and Time Warner Cable recently announced they teamed up to offer new packages. Hawaii customers can now purchase packages of Oceanic Time Warner Cable residential TV, Internet and phone services and Verizon Wireless smartphones and tablets from both companies, and may be eligible to receive a Visa prepaid debit card by mail (up to $200).

“This is a big win for customers looking for a more complete entertainment and communications offering for inside the home and wherever they go,” says Bob Barlow, president of Oceanic Time Warner Cable. “The joining together of products and services from Time Warner Cable and Verizon Wireless into a single offer provides customers more choice, convenience and greater value.”

“Our collaboration with Time Warner Cable was built on the foundation that wireless communications and entertainment are important in the lifestyles of our mutual customer base,” says Russ Preite, region president for Verizon Wireless. “Our goal is to deliver a solid product with long-term value to the end user, resulting in an enjoyable experience. Oceanic Time Warner Cable continues to deliver quality entertainment and communications services in Hawaii, and the Verizon Wireless 4G LTE network is the perfect complement to round out the package.”

You can select from a range of offers that include residential TV, Internet, home phone and mobile service. One example is Time Warner Cable’s Ultimate Internet service, which can be purchased along with a Verizon Wireless data plan, smartphone or tablet.

Visit verizonwireless.com/twc or twc.com/verizonwireless for more information. You can sign up for one of these packages at your nearest Verizon Wireless Store or call 1-888-535-0187 or 1-800-TWCABLE.


Click Chick’s Mobile App of the Week: Election Apps

With the upcoming election, you may still be thinking about whom to vote for. There are many election-tracking apps to help you through this, and with so many to choose from, here are a few to keep in mind:

* Hearst Television’s Election 2012 (locally, KITV) has a friendly interface that enables you to browse political coverage including articles, slideshows and videos. It has the ability to upload user-generated content, Facebook integration, live election night video, continuous news, commentary updates and election results.

This is free for your iOS or Android device.

* Twatcher 2012 Elections Edition is a great aggregator of tweets for people who are not on Twitter. This is a one-stop shop for you to see the main political candidates’ tweets in one place – perfect if you don’t want to commit to a Twitter account but still want to read the tweets. This is free for your iOS device.

* NYTimes Election 2012 is great, but only if you’re already a subscriber to The New York Times. You can follow the daily must-read political stories and access the election guide, which includes a database of polling results from a variety of organizations, candidate pages with updates, bios and statistics, and live election results. Even if you’re not a subscriber, you can still access the top six news stories. Available for your iOS or Android device.

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