How do you keep your in-laws occupied? That’s easy – wireless set top box! I’m kidding, right? Uh, kind of. See, when my in-laws came to town for Thanksgiving, there was something new and innovative at Casa Calvisi – Prism TV. Actually, courtesy of the wireless set top box, Prism TV was anywhere they wanted it: in the kitchen while making dinner, or on the patio while playing with the grandkids, or even in the garage while changing a flat bicycle tire. All of a sudden, their son-in-law is enjoying new-found tech-cred. As I told ‘em, I hooked ‘em up by unhooking the TV!
Prism TV was anywhere they wanted it!
Disaster Averted – Thanks to “Prism On the Go”
It’s a moment that we all dread as football fans. You’re out and about on a Saturday (“Uh, yes, Dear, I guess we can go to another Art Fair…”) when it hits you like a middle linebacker – I somehow forgot to set the DVR for the game…Nooooo! No joke. I totally forgot to record the alma mater. But then, it was time to pump my fist and yell “Yesssss” when I realized that I had downloaded the “Prism On the Go” app to my phone. In an instant, I had called an audible and scheduled my Whole Home DVR to record the game – from the Art Fair. (“Yes, Dear, let’s proceed to another Art Fair… no problem whatsoever!”)
Duel in the Desert
Guess where the ASU vs UA game will be televised? Pac-12 Networks. Guess where both the ASU & UA games were broadcast this past weekend? Pac-12 Networks. Guess where you will find the Pac-12 Networks – Prism TV from CenturyLink. Now, guess which provider still does not carry Pac-12 Networks with no end in sight? (Hint: The service provider I left behind to switch to Prism TV …cough, cough, DirecTV). Once again, life is too short to miss all your favorite football games. Make that switch to Prism TV – before you miss the Territorial Cup!
Mrs. Paulie Prism Signing In
Wow! No more cables and no more cords. Who would have thought that switching to CenturyLink would help with decorating the house. Now that my daughter is moving into her “Big Girl” room, I no longer have to worry about hiding those unsightly cables behind dressers or chairs. Prism TV’s wireless set top box has allowed me to have decorating freedom we never had with cable or satellite. And we get the most progressive technology as well. It’s a win-win! And coming from a sports minded family that’s what it’s all about… the “W,” right?
–Signed, Mrs. Paulie Prism TV
What do two children and one wireless television equal? Peace and quiet! Yes, that’s exactly what the Prism TV Wireless Set Top Box has done for our family. No more arguing about who’s watching what, where, or having to buy a TV for every room in the house. We simply relocate our wireless television wherever the kids are planning to hang-out. It’s another example of the convenience we’ve added to Casa Calvisi. Prism TV is one service that puts a smile on everyone’s face… especially Mom’s!
–Signed, Mrs. Paulie Prism TV
Are you smarted than a DVR?
Prism TV isn’t cable or satellite – it’s better. Even after a few months, we’re still adding to the list of reasons why it makes so much sense to make the switch. Like the Find-It-Fast Navigation feature, where it’s so easy to find your favorite programs listed by show or actor. Yep. Just start typing in someone’s name or the show name itself and Prism TV finds it – usually before we’re even done typing. Then comes the convenience, as it lists the show times, what channel it’s on and even other times we can catch it or DVR it. Bottom line – Prism TV is smart TV that’s the smart choice.
Warp-Speed Channel Change
Even the 6-year-old noticed the difference right away. I’m talking about the first time that he grabbed the Prism TV remote and started changing channels. He immediately turned around and said “Hey, Dad, did you see this?” At first, I thought he meant the TV show itself, but when he started changing channels at warp speed, I realized that he had indeed discovered Warp-Speed Channel Change – just one of the great features that separates Prism TV from cable and satellite. Face it, life is too short to endure lag time between our favorite shows, right? Put it to the test, like we did. You’ll see, with Prism TV, get ready to enjoy high-octane channel changing like never before. Everybody now – no more lag time!
It’s so worth it
So, I got it again this weekend. In fact, I got the question right after my Paulie Prism TV testimonial aired during our Cardinals Pregame Huddle Show presented by CenturyLink. Our longtime broadcast producer asked – “Hey Paul, do you really have Prism TV?” Yes. “Do you like it?” YES! It’s really that easy – both the answer and making the switch. Even better, it’s so worth it when you realize that you’re not stuck with cable or satellite. Make the switch to Prism TV and find out for yourself. Find out why it’s so highly recommended. Pretty soon, you’ll be sounding like yours truly and paying it forward to all your friends.
Nowadays, I don’t even have to ask. As compared to before we got CenturyLink High Speed Internet, when I’d become very apprehensive in asking: “So, how’s it going with the, uh, wireless?” Back then, when we had multiple devices on-line, the internet would always bog down. Like this past weekend, when Casa Calvisi was more like Hotel Calvisi with multiple friends in town, the old internet service would slow to a crawl. Not with CenturyLink. And not even with a half-dozen devices on-line at the same time as we watched the ASU-NDU game on Prism TV. Instead of posing the question, I simply look around and nod as everyone clicks thru their laptops, tablets and smart phones with alacrity. (That’s my big Al Michaels vocabulary word from watching Sunday Night Football).
It’s TV, just better.
I shouldn’t laugh. But I do. At least, when they’re not around. See, I’ve got a couple of buddies who continue to gripe about not getting the Pac-12 Network, especially with ASU back in the Top 25 rankings. Well, guess what? It’s their own fault. I tell ‘em that used to be me until I became “Paulie Prism TV” and switched to CenturyLink. Now, catching ASU and UA games, along with the all-access ASU show, is just one of many reasons why I decided to leave the other guys behind. Yes, there’s an option other than cable or satellite for television – Prism TV. It’s TV, just better. Like the Pac-12 Network.