BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — If you are a Comcast customer in South Palm Beach County and haven’t yet received your digital converter, you may want to call the cable giant today.
Finishing a process that has been years in the making, Comcast says it is in the final stages of going all digital. By the end of the month, analog service will be cut.
If you are not a techie, here’s a simple way to understand what this means for you: Do you have a box — even a tiny little box — that either says “Comcast” or “Xfinity” on it? If so, you’re good to go. If, however, you have a coaxial cable directly connected from the wall into your TV set, you are more likely than not receiving Comcast’s analog signal and will suddenly find you have nothing but static over the next several days.
And, the days of borrowing cable are also over. Once analog is cut, you will have no way to receive service.
Comcast can be reached at 1-800-COMCAST.
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