Packerland Broadband Paves The Trail From Michigan To Wisconsin
Packerland Broadband began its telecommunication journey in 1955 when they created a cable television system in Iron Mountain, Michigan. Over the years,Packerland Broadband has expanded into 39 cable systems, five broadcasters, and 50 radio stations all over the United States.
Packerland currently provides cable to 61 cities in Wisconsin, and 6 cities in Michigan.
- No contracts, no commitments
- Pay online from the comfort of home
- Double Pak: Customers can bundle internet and television services for more savings.
Customers can rent a receiver that meets their viewing needs.
- Digital Receiver ($4.95 per month)
- HDTV Receiver ($5.95 per month)
- DVR ($14.95 per month)
Packerland Broadband emphasizes how customers have the ability to choose what they want with them. Along with basic cable and local channels, customers can:
- Choose from over 200 channels to add to their lineups
- Watch channels in HD
- Listen to music using a digital music channel
- Add DigiBasic, an add-on to Enhanced Video that gives users a digital receiver, 46 music channels, interactive TV guide, and a remote control.
Packerland Broadband provides the following general plans:
- Basic Video: Local channels (Starting at $17.00 per month)
- Enhanced Basic: Basic Video and channels 2-16, 18-19, 21-36 (Starting at $39.45 per month)
- Expanded Video: Basic Video and additional channel lineups (Starting at $49.00 per month)
Customers can also add one or more of the following movie or sports channels:
- The Movie Channel
- Fox College Sports
Prices and availability vary from region.