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What is the difference between On Demand and Pay-Per-View?

On Demand, available with Digital Cable on Channel 1, offers the flexibility and convenience of watching thousands of movies and shows that start anytime you want – many are FREE. You also have the ability to play, pause, rewind, and fast-forward On Demand programs using your remote. Additionally, any On Demand program you rent may be watched as often as you like within 24 hours of purchase (adult movies only available for 4 hours). Pay-Per-View, available on Channel 751 with Digital Cable, will still offer you access to great movies, but on a set schedule, as well as live sporting events.
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