OneNet Channel Lineup Released

The initial channel lineup for Hardy OneNet is now available!  You can view OneNet’s first channel lineup cards by clicking HERE.

Hardy OneNet features high-definition digital television, much faster Internet speeds and digital voice service all over a fiber-optic cable connection directly to residents’ homes.  OneNet is the first fiber-to-the-home network in Hardy County.  The television service is comprised of three channel tiers: Silver, Gold, and Platinum.  Premium channels like HBO, Showtime, and Starz also are available.  Pricing for OneNet has not been finalized, but the cost will vary depending on which channel tier a person chooses, along with other factors such as the number of television set top boxes needed, whether a customer wants DVR (Digital Video Recorder) or Whole Home DVR service, whether the customer wants high-speed broadband Internet service, and what level of telephone service is preferred.  OneNet also features special services like Restart TV, which allows a person to go backward in the Program Guide up to the previous 48 hours and watch a previously aired program in its entirety without the need for a DVR.

In addition to the Washington, D.C., stations, OneNet also will provide more local and state coverage with WHSV-ABC from Harrisonburg, WDTV-CBS from Clarksburg and WBOY-NBC from Clarksburg.  Public television programming will be available from WNPB-PBS in Morgantown and WVPT-PBS in Front Royal.  An exclusive local station featuring video content from WELD radio station will be offered and evolve as OneNet expands.  We will continue to evaluate new channel possibilities with the goal of offering Hardy County residents the best possible product at an affordable price.  We look forward to serving you with Hardy OneNet – The More You Get, The More You Save!  OneNet’s channel selections are subject to change without prior notification.

Hardy OneNet is not yet available to the public, but we hope that the first areas in Moorefield will begin receiving service in early summer 2013.  To keep up with the latest OneNet news, including when OneNet is released in different parts of Hardy County, go to and fill out the online form.


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