Use a Wide Open West (WOW) Promotion Code to Save

A relative newcomer to the cable TV and Internet services game, Wide Open West (aka: WOW), is making headway in several states: Michigan, Illinois and Ohio. Service isn’t comprehensive yet, but WOW is constantly expanding. It is the company’s eagerness to provide new customers with top of the line broadband service and options that is driving this progress. Add to that some very appealing promotional offers and you have a winning combination.

Plenty of Choices

Before you start thinking that WOW can offer better prices because it provides fewer options or channels, let’s set the record straight. You have 5 levels of service when it comes to Internet download speeds, 70 to 350 channels to choose from and 3 phone plans. 90 of those television channels are available in HD clarity too.

Cheaper Than the Rest

One of the best things that WOW will do for you is save you money. Their version of the triple play service bundle will only cost you $80 a month – a savings of nearly $20 when compared to the big guys. A two service (double play) package drops to $60 a month. Saving money while still getting the same quality of service and access to OnDemand and Pay-Per-View events is the way it should be, so no complaints there.

A Promotion to Wow Your Friends

Just to sweeten the pot a bit, WOW gives has a promotional opportunity to save a bit more while helping your friends save too. For each friend you refer who signs up, both of you get a $25 credit on your account within 60 days. The process of referral is simple and painless and this replaces the traditional “type in your promotion code here” method. That credit can be used to pay part of your bill or for additional services, which is nice. Best of all, there is no limit on how many friends you can refer. Play your cards right and you can cut your costs for months, if not indefinitely.

Why Use Promotions?

If it seems like a hassle to you to fill out a promotion form, consider this: if someone offered to pay you $25 to fill out a quick survey at the supermarket, wouldn’t you do it? Promotions such as this one from WOW are a great way to save a bit of money with minimal effort. You will save your friends money too, and they are bound to thank you for that.

It is also worth keeping an eye out for any coupons or promo codes that turn up online for WOW. While there are no current offers, it isn’t unusual to see free movie rentals or other perks turn up from time to time with any communications company, so be on the lookout for codes and you might score a few in the future.

Bonus Coupon Tip: Click here to find out how to set up Google Alerts to automatically alert you whenever there is a new coupon code available for a specific company.

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  • Linda says:

    How nice Comcast charge me almost 250.00 for the same package you have .. what’s the catch. #ripoff

  • wesley Pincheck says:

    Wondering when I will see my $25 sign up credit and for the person who recommended WOW to us,????

  • Roberto says:

    Actually Mark… you can get all of that for free when you buy a Renegade micro pc. All you need is internet and a t.v. I always tell people to get wow internet for like 30 bucks a month and you get access to everything you just mentioned. So who has the better deal? comcast or the Renegade Micro Pc by the Revolution Network? The truth really does hurt doesn’t it?

  • Helen says:

    The problem with Comcast is, when you sign up they lock you in to a 2 year agreement. So if you don’t like their service, you have no choice to but to keep it or pay a cancellation fee. With WOW, there is no contract, so if you don’t like them you can just cancel with no penalties. Best bet is to try WOW first and if you don’t like it, then you can cancel and try Comcast.

  • Mark says:

    Hi I have Comcast I get 105 DL speed for my internet HBO,Starz,encore,cinamax, showtime have 5 tvs with 2 of them HD 1 HD dvr and phone all for $109.99 a month with tax box fees and any other charges total its $145.
    Now WOW can’t even come close to what i have for the same money if i was to try and match what i have it would cost me $185 and then add boxes tax and any other charges and i would be looking at over $200 bucks so who has the better deal WOW or Comcast?
    The truth hurts but Comcast has much better prices.

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