Get MORE From Volcano's TV Everywhere
Get It On Your BIG SCREEN TV!
This is what MORE means when you sign up for VolcanoVision's TV Everywhere:
- More content than Video On Demand
- Movies and full episodes of current TV shows
- Watch programs LIVE or On Demand
- BONUS: you may not need a set top box
Getting started is easy! Sign up for VolcanoVision TV Everywhere (WTVE). Choose a streaming device (Roku, Xbox, Apple TV, Chromecast, etc.). Connect your TV and streaming device to access WTVE content that is supported by your device. TV Everywhere is FREE with your VolcanoVision subscription. Access to WTVE requires an adequate internet connection. Make the experience easy with Volcano Internet Provider's In-Home Managed Wi-Fi. The video package you subscribe to determines which WTVE channels are available to you.
Speed Bump Ahead
Take It To The Limit And Go Faster Today!
Volcano subscribers can bump up their current internet speed to 12Mbps or 20Mbps* for two months at no additional charge. Save up to $40 per month for two months, and it's on us! Use the additional speed for streaming: video, TV Everywhere, movies using your Netflix, Amazon and Hulu accounts, multiple streaming programs at the same time.
Keeping You In Touch
A Connection You Can Count On
Stay connected with Amador County's leading telecommunications provider. You can watch our video or other local businesses on Amador County's website home page under "Video Tour of Amador County" or on the City of Jackson's website home page under "Video Tour of Jackson".
Or, you can watch now by clicking on the video below.
Guess What Grandma?
I Just Heard About A Great Deal From Volcano Internet Provider...
What better time than now to treat yourself, or that special someone, to the gift that keeps giving. Right now, you can get an awesome internet connection for only $1 when combined with our most popular cable TV package. Call us today at (209) 296-7502. Our friendly Customer Service Representatives are highly trained and are eager to help you in finding more ways to keep you entertained.
Amador County Tree Mortality
Your Community News
Volcano Communications Group would like to share with the community, the "Amador County Tree Mortality Task Force Meeting". Amador County Supervisors Richard Forster, District 2, and Lynn Morgan, District 3, conducted the meeting on August 15, 2016.
We have provided a link to the Public Service Video Presentation. The presentation was made possible by Amador County Supervisor Louis Boitano, District 4.
New Channel Replaces MTV Hits
VolcanoVision channel 219, MTV Hits, is no longer available. In its place is a new channel, NickMusic. NickMusic is a 24-hour music video destination aimed at kids. The new channel will feature music videos from a wide range of genres, along with guest DJs, celebrity interviews and programming blocks hosted by music artists. NickMusic is a channel where kids can discover new talent and music, and interact with the artists they love. NickMusic is a commercial-free zone, with no ads or sponsorships. From Top 40 hits to breakout artists and recurrent favorites - it's all music, all the time.
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