Take control of your TV experience with the power of DVR! Record any TV program with the touch of a button and watch it whenever you want. Rewind live TV to see what you missed. Pause what you are watching for any interruption. Replay those hilariously funny parts as many times as you want.
What is WatchTVEverywhere?
WatchTVEverywhere has a lot of different definitions. For us, it is TV programs that are available on something other than a TV set. That means your PC, laptop, tablet, iPad, iPhone or Android.
How is WatchTVEverywhere different from something like Hulu or Netflix? There are several differences.
Is FREE. There is no extra charge to use it. You only need to have a subscription to the network you want to watch.
Includes live TV. Networks may provide both live and previously aired shows.
Has full episodes of current TV shows. For example, the episodes of The Closer or Leverage on TNT are available within days of their premiere on TNT.
How much does it cost?
Nothing. WatchTVEverywhere is FREE to CapRock Tv Ultra customers, so feel free to explore. There is nothing available at this site that will result in an extra cost to you (except data overage charges from your wireless carrier). You only need to be a CapRock Tv Ultra subscriber. This may change over time depending on the requirements made by the individual TV networks.
Where can I WatchTVEverywhere?
The answer is just about Everywhere. WatchTVEverywhere works anywhere you can receive an Internet signal: inside your house, at the office, shopping mall, hotel, airport, vacation home, etc. Wired internet connections and in-home WiFi will provide the best quality reception. The quality of WatchTVEverywhere signals while roaming (airports, stores, etc.) will vary depending on the strength of the signal. Be extra careful when you travel, especially outside the U.S. Data roaming charges may apply and they can be very expensive.
What programs are available?
Different networks make programs available at various times. Each TV network makes their own decision about what to make available on WatchTVEverywhere. For example, the live feed of CNN is available or you can catch up on stories or your favorite shows from the previous day. However, the live feed of TBS is not available. Instead, TBS offers full episodes of their popular programs.
Why aren’t all programs available?
A TV network doesn’t necessarily own all of the rights to all of the programs they air. A TV network may have the right to transmit a movie, but only to TV sets, not on WatchTVEverywhere. So, once again, it depends on the TV network.
Will other networks become available?
Yes. We are working with many program providers to expand the number of networks and the number of shows available on WatchTVEverywhere. Registered users are presented with a complete list of all the networks available to them. You will see these automatically when they are added.
How do I use WatchTVEverywhere?
It is easy to start using WatchTVEverywhere. The first step is registration. Go to http://www.watchtveverywhere.com
Select CapRock Tv from the drop down menu and click on “Submit”.
Click on “Register.” You will need two pieces of information to register:
Your account number and
The correct spelling of the full name on the account.
The easiest way to register is to have your last month’s bill handy.
You will be asked to:
Provide an email address. This will become your username. This can be any valid email address.
Provide a password.
Select a password reset question.
Supply the answer to the password reset question.
Click on Register.
Now, check the email at the address you just provided. You will find an email message with your WatchTVEverywhere activation link. Click on the link to complete the registration process.
The process is complete and you can begin to enjoy WatchTVEverywhere.
It is important that you keep your username and password confidential. Use of your credentials by others will result in loss of WatchTVEverywhere privileges.
Click on Log In.
Enter your username and password.
Select the TV Network you want to watch. Click on the network and view the list of available programs.
Which WatchTVEverywhere programs can I watch?
Once you are registered, you can watch any WatchTVEverywhere program as long as you are a subscriber to that network. For example, you must be an A&E subscriber to watch A&E’s WatchTVEverywhere programs.
Which devices can I use?
Almost all WatchTVEverywhere programs are available on all devices (PC, laptop, tablet, iPad, iPhone, Android). Some TV networks have not made their programs available on all devices. Visit the App Store and search by the network name (Examples: ESPN, FX, NBC, NFL, HISTORY, LIFETIME) for available applications.
How many different devices can I use?
There is no limit to the number of devices you can use. However, TV networks may limit the number you can use at the same time.
Does watching WatchTVEverywhere count against my wireless data plan?
It might. Check your data plan before you start watching WatchTVEverywhere on a smartphone or wireless network. WatchTVEverywhere programs transmit a lot of data. That can become expensive if you have a limited data plan. Please know that we have no way of knowing when you have exceeded your data plan. You are responsible for all of the charges to your wireless carrier.
#1 – Now Playing
When you press OK on the remote control, you see all activity at the top of the screen. It lists the program you are watching and all programs being recorded. When you walk into the family room and see the red light on the DVR, you can quickly find out what’s being viewed and recorded.
#2 – Watch 1, Record 2 all in HD!
Record 2 programs and watch another at the same time. Press OK to see what’s Now playing and you can even change between all three of the streams as they are in progress. The set top box will even remember where you switched in each program. Perfect for catching the prime time shows on different networks.
#3 – See What’s On Without Changing the Channel
Press the up/down arrow buttons and move through the guide without leaving the channel you are on. It’s like being able to channel surf with watching the same program.
#4 – Go Back in Time in the Guide
When in the time Guide, press the Skip Back button to go back one page in the guide so you can see the programming you just missed. You are finally sitting down to watch TV and thought you were catching the latest episode of ‘whatever’. unfortunately, it’s not on. In fact, it just ended. Page back in the guide, find the show, search for the next airing using the Yellow Search button and set the DVR.
#5 – Do Virtually Everything From the Guide
Browse the guide, schedule recordings, search and surf all within the guide. One button to record programs, one button to see all recordings. Easy to navigate and very few screens to maneuver to accomplish any task. Could is get any easier?
#6 – List Button for DVR Recordings
A single button gets you the your recordings, a list of future recordings and series recording rules. It’s like having your very own ‘easy’ button.
#7 – Set Top Box Power Message
Reduce frustration and trouble calls. If the set top is powered off, but the TV is still on, a message displays on the TV alerting you the set top power is off. The service can also be programmed to power one/off both the set top and TV with one button to avoid confusion. How many times does that happen to people?
#8 – Caller ID on the TV
Caller ID information displays on your screen so you can decide whether to answer the phone or keep watching TV. One button gives you access to your recent calls list, too. You’ll wonder how you lived without it.
#9 – Bookmarks
Easily mark highlights or great plays, the end of commercial breaks or where you left off when viewing a recorded program and skip to those spots with one step. Simple, but oh so handy.
#10 – Control Live TV
By far the coolest feature, you can pause, skip back, rewind, and fast forward Live TV. Show your TV who’s in control!
At least once a month I receive a question from someone that received a warning e-mail, panicked and forwarded that same message to fifty billion friends and myself. Generally, the request is to make sure we and all Cap Rock Internet subscribers know about it. The e-mails are always hoaxes or extremely exaggerated, at least all the ones I have ever gotten. However, just in case one of those e-mails, someday, is legitimate let’s say 99.9 percent of them are hoaxes. This way I cover myself in case you ever do get a real one.
The forwarded messages almost always say “This is real, I checked with insert source here” Never take their word for it, you don’t know the original perpetrator of this e-mail. In fact, this is a big neon sign telling you it’s probably fake. Do your own checking and I’m not talking about links in the e-mail, web pages are easily doctored. One of my favorite places to verify authenticity is snopes.com. Let’s use an e-mail I received today as an example of how to verify authenticity.
EXAMPLE – The E-Mail:
I just went to the website below. And it is on AT&T website……Wow and checked out on Snopes.com
Subject: DONT DIAL AREA CODE 809 , 284 AND 876
THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT INFORMATION PROVIDED TO US BY AT&T. DON’T DIAL AREA CODE 809
This one is being distributed all over the US . This is pretty scary, especially given the way they try to get you to call. Be sure you read this and pass it on. They get you to call by telling you that it is information about a family member who has been ill or to tell you someone has-been arrested, died, or to let you know you have won a wonderful prize, etc. In each case, you are told to call the 809 number right away. Since there are so many new area codes these days, people unknowingly return these calls.
If you call from the US , you will apparently be charged $2425 per-minute or, you’ll get a long recorded message. The point is, they will try to keep you on the phone as long as possible to increase the charges. Unfortunately, when you get your phone bill, you’ll often be charged more than $24,100.00.
WHY IT WORKS:
The 809 area code is located in the British Virgin Islands (The Bahamas). the Dominican actually
The charges afterwards can become a real nightmare. That’s because you did actually make the call. If you complain, both your local phone company and your long distance carrier will not want to get involved and will most likely tell you that they are simply providing the billing for the foreign company. You’ll end up dealing with a foreign company that argues they have done nothing wrong.
Please forward this entire message to your friends, family and colleagues to help them become aware of this scam
What Snopes says:
Claim: Unsuspecting phone customers have been gulled by scam artists into placing calls to area codes in the Caribbean that result in hefty charges.
Status: Real fraud, but its usage is rare and most victims are taken for only a small amount of money.
The full article can be found here.
So the claim is real to an extent, however it is greatly exaggerated instead of a whopping $25,000 phone bill you are hit with a $25 to $100 charge.
As my favorite cartoon used to say “Knowing is half the battle!”