<p>Bloomberg TV has announced that it will discontinue service to all NCTC affiliates nationwide beginning December 13, 2013. This includes Duo County Telecom.&nbsp;</p>
<p>"We apologize in advance to our Digital Tier customers who have been watching Bloomberg TV," said Daryl Hammond, Duo County Telecom VP/CFO. "NCTC has made every effort to maintain service agreements with the programmer, but so far, they have been unwilling to change their position."</p>
<p>"We encourage our subscribers to tune into other business programming on FOX Business News (199) and MSNBC (192)," Hammond said. "If anything should change, we will inform our customers right away. However, for now, Bloomberg TV will not be broadcast on Duo County Telecom after December 13th."</p>

<p>Duo County Telecom has added 3 channels — including FOX Sports 1 — to its line-up for all Standard Tier customers. "With the growing popularity of this recently launched sports network we wanted to make it available to as many of our subscribers as possible," said Eric West, Duo County Telecom Director of Marketing.</p>
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<p>FOX Sports 1 (186) will have nearly 5,000 hours of live event, news and original programming annually. Over the past several years, FOX Sports has acquired or renewed rights agreements with entities like the FIFA World Cup, MLB, NASCAR, NFL, UFC and collegiate conferences like the Big Ten, Big 12, Big East, Conference USA, Pac-12, the USGA and soccer leagues around the world to develop a full, robust programming schedule.</p>
<p>Also included in the new Standard Tier line-up is MSNBC (192) and ID (314). Catch great news and other programming on MSNBC, and intriguing Hollywood crimes, murder and forensic investigations on ID. Investigation Discovery gives you insight into true stories that piece together puzzles of human nature.</p>
<p>These three additions now expand the Standard Tier line-up to 67 channels available for your viewing.</p>

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To ensure a continuing supply of telephone numbers, the new 364 area code will be added to the area served by 270. This is known as an area code overlay. 

WHAT IS AN AREA CODE OVERLAY?

An overlay is the addition of another area code (364) to the same geographic region as an existing area code (270). An overlay does not require customers to change their existing area code.

Caller ID spoofing is the practice of causing the telephone network to display a number on the recipient's Caller IDdisplay that is not that of the actual originating station. The term is commonly used to describe situations in which the motivation is considered malicious by the speaker or writer. Just as e-mail spoofing can make it appear that a message came from any e-mail address the sender chooses, Caller ID spoofing can make a call appear to have come from any phone number the caller wishes. Because of the high trust people tend to have in the Caller ID system, spoofing can call the system's value into question.

Learn more  http://www.fcc.gov/guides/caller-id-and-spoofing

Smart phoneSmartphones are changing the lives of everyone in today’s society. If you don’t have a smartphone, or haven’t purchased one within the past 2 years, you might be surprised at the features smartphones offer to positively enhance your daily routine.

As an authorized agent of Bluegrass Cellular, Duo County Telecom is proud to offer the latest smartphones on the market to our customers.

Applications For Anything: Since smartphones have taken over the mobile marketplace, the applications that are being developed are more diverse than ever, offering anything from Games, Social Networking, Photography, and Productivity. The options are endless. You can even use your local bank’s app to keep track of your finances, or download your favorite sports team’s app to see follow them play-by-play during the big game.

batteryWhen we're on the go our technology is as well. However, battery life of our mobile devices can hinder our experience. Here are some key points to save your laptop’s battery life inspired by PC World writer, Paul Mah.

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