TV services at the SummitSee the 2014 Observers about the progress of the rewiring of the condo with fiber. Click HERE to get the new price list.
TV at the Summit is provided by OpticalTel. If you have any questions or problems with your services contact OpticalTel
at 855.303.4237. They also offer optional services: additional
channels, high-speed internet, and telephone. Click on their name to
see the options.
> Regular TV Schedule (basic TV without box) included in maintenance fee
> Schedule with box ("America's Top 200 with HD") for about $10/month. To order this or DVR service, contact OpticalTel.
> Channel lists: HD Channels, Regular Channels
> You also go to www.mydish.com/programmingguides and input our zip and package
> You can get a vast array of on-demand movies and TV shows, see schedules, and control your DVR many different ways:
DishAnywhere services require you to have a free Dish Account
Number. In order for residents to obtain this, they can contact
the OpticalTel support center. Or, you can follow the directions on the
Instructions on getting DishAnywhere on your computer.
- Instruction on getting DishAnywhere on your computer
- Instructions on getting DishAnywhere on your smart phone or tablet
Using an optional DVR (about $14/month), watch on your TV seconds after
ordering movies or TV shows. There are over 90 networks of shows
that your DVR needs to be connected to the internet to download movies
on-demand. Opticaltel can provide a device that allows your DVR to pick
up your unit's wifi i if it is inconvenient to get an ethernet wire to
your DVR. Contact Opticaltel if you have any questions. The DVR
we have is not the "Hopper" because Dish does not yet make the Hopper
for multi-dwelling buildings. These new devices are scheduled, at the
moment, for early 2014. These are wonderful devices that allow a
subscriber to watch all networks shows live or on-demand anywhere on
the planet they have access to the internet! (This should be very
popular with snowbirds.)
Watch TV & Movies "On Demand" from March, 2013 Observer
companies that provide TV services, including Comcast, Direct and Dish are all now
providing much of their contents, for no extra cost, on the internet “on-demand”,
whenever you want. In other words, cable and satellite companies are no longer
just cable and satellite companies.
can now get at that on-line content many ways, including smart TVs, Rokus, iPads,
smart phones, and many dozens of other related devices. Residents of the Summit
are already entitled to a set of free online entertainment services that come
from getting our content from Dish TV.
try this out, first you will want to get a free online account with Dish. (Go
to Dish.com) They will ask for the serial number from your HD or DVR box. If
you do not have such a box call OpticalTel for help in setting up an account.
you have this account you can access a variety of on-demand services online for
free and see TV shows and movies anytime you want. One popular service that is free
to us is HBO-GO, which provides much of HBO’s new and old series and movies.
questions? Reach out to OpticalTel or come to our weekly Tech Help on Wednesday
at 7:30pm in the south ladies card room. Also, the Telecom Committee is
planning to provide another presentation on how to get the benefits of these
services in April. Watch the posted MiniObservers for the schedule.