Pay-Per-View/Special Event

FiberOptic TV gives you a front-row seat to the latest Pay-Per-View shows and events like concerts and boxing matches. It's all available from your remote control.

You can watch a Pay-Per-View program live or record it for later, if you have a DVR. Sometimes, due to copyright restrictions, your DVR won't be able to record a Pay-Per-View program.

Note: Additional fees may apply.

Choose a Show or Event

To see what's playing and to order:
  • Press the Menu button on your remote.
  • Select Pay Per View.
  • Highlight a title in Upcoming Special Events or Upcoming Shows.
  • Press OK.
  • Follow the instructions to purchase.

You can find Pay-Per-View events in the guide on channel 1000 or 1001.

Set a Reminder

Don't miss a minute of an event you've pre-purchased.
  • Go to the Main Menu.
  • Select the event in the Purchased Shows folder.
  • Select Set Reminder on the event information screen.
Block Programming

Use FiberOptic TV Parental Controls to block specific programming.
  • Block access by channel or rating. When a particular rating level is blocked, the FiberOptic TV IMG automatically blocks higher ratings.
  • Block individual purchases.
  • Show or hide adult programming in the TV Listings.
  • Create a PIN that must be entered to access blocked content.
Still need help? Call 1.800.921.8101 or Live Chat

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