A: No. We offer the content you want through the use of a Set Top Box (STB). The STB uses a standard HDMI output cord to your TV. Each TV in your home will require a separate STB to access ZIRKEL TV.
A: Yes. If you are already a ZIRKEL Internet customer, there is a $50 setup fee for each Set Top Box (STB) that you need in your home.
If you are not yet a ZIRKEL Customer, you will be charged a one-time setup fee of $99 for Internet, WiFi, and one TV in your home. Each additional STB will require an additional $50 setup fee. For example, if you want to connect two TV’s, your setup fee will be $149.
In some larger homes, we may need to install a Mesh Unit to extend your WiFi network to ensure a strong, reliable signal to the STBs. If this is the case, an additional $50 setup fee would be charged per Mesh Unit.
A: As part of our contractual agreement with TV content providers, we must require at least a 12-month contract for all of our TV services. The contract is for the length of time you are subscribed to the service and does not necessarily restrict you to any specific channel packages. You can add or remove channel packages as desired, however, if a package is added during a given month (even on the last day of the month), you will be charged for that full month of content.
A: Our channel lineup is always growing. You can find an updated list at www.zirkelwireless.com/tv/channels
A: Yes, we provide up to 50 hours of cloud DVR storage that is stored as long as you want – until you delete it. You can also record as many shows at a time as you’d like.
A: Yes! In addition to Steamboat TV, we have the following channels out of Denver: CW, CBS, PBS, ABC, NBC, Fox, MeTV, Stadium, and Unimas.
A: Very soon – we will have a variety of movies available to rent through our Video On Demand (VOD) application.
A: Very soon – we will have an application available called BingeTV, allowing you to access your favorite TV content on-demand.
A: Very soon – we are working on a product called CatchUp TV, where you will be able to pause or rewind live TV, as well as watch any show that has aired in the last 24 hours (on most channels).