Oct 12, 2005, 12:17 PM
Post #14 of 17
Rocky this what I wrote. And I am sorry it angered you
Oh by the way to the best of my knowledge, the star choice programming guide doesn't reply to US ZIP codes; as I recollect they only work with Canadian Postal Codes which are a combination of letters and numbers like "T6L 3A4"
I learned from you that you can enter a US ZIP code. I did not know that. My point was and still is that if you enter a US ZIP code, you get programming information back, but not about programming provided by Star Choice, but about programming offered by, for example, the local cable company offering service in that Zip code.
Try, for example, ZIP code 78045, the ZIP Code for Laredo, Texas. Once the data comes up, go to the top of the page, it states
"Time Warner Cable - Laredo - Digital (Postal Code: 78045)" and immediately below the web page lists channels starting with channel 2, then 3,4,5, etc.
Those are the local cable channels. Remember that Star Choice channels start at 200 and go up. If I did not respond correctly I am sorry, but I thought it was important for everyone to know that the programming shown is not necessary available on Star Choice. I believe you suspected that, I simply confirmed the fact