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The service is available to "more than 130,000 households," said spokeswoman Su Shin.
The service isn't necessarily available in 100 percent of each of the neighborhoods in which it has customers, Shin said.
Residents in areas on the list can go to the Hawaiian Telcom website and input basic address information to check it out. If the search result proves they are not yet connectable, "they can submit their email address, and because we're building out our network so quickly, we will reach out to them as soon as we're able to serve them," she said.
As much as Hawaiian Telcom officials wish the service would be available islandwide "tomorrow ... from a network-build perspective, within two to three years (the whole island) should be on our next-generation fiber network," Shin said.
To receive the legacy phone company's TV service, a home has to be enabled for at least 21 mbps (megabits per second) of Internet speed, hence the bundled offer.
Customers need not order both services, "but obviously our hope is that they'll see the value," Guild said.
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