Is bandwidth an issue? We want to have two HDTVs at home, potentially running at the same time. Telus says that even with Optik, they can't give us two HDTVs at once because of bandwidth issues. Is that a problem for Shaw? Thanks.
No, you can have as many as you want, up to 4 is included with most plans, but you can pay monthly to be allowed more TVs.
But there is no limit on the number of TVs.
Can run a hotel with 100s of TVs, with internet from a single line.
Great question. With Shaw, there is no technical limitation on how many TVs you can connect in your home, other than how many active cable connections you have available--and this includes HD. Plus, you don't have to worry about your TVs affecting the bandwidth of other services...for example, having multiple TVs on and watching/recording different channels on these won't impact your internet speed because your internet bandwidth is completely separated with Shaw. This can't be said for some of our competitors, so if you're considering Optik, you might want to consider this first!
An awesome feature of Shaw to have. I have a friend who switched from Shaw for Optik and wishes he can come back to Shaw. He has a 2 Tv home (both hd) when he is recording 1 hd show and watching another hd show on one tv, the 2nd tv is stuck watching a non hd channel because of bandwidth.....he visits our family often and I think it is because our cable services and not really us lol.
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