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Time Warner Cable Announces Exclusive Partnership With American Express

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Time Warner Cable (TWC: Quote) announces exclusive SignatureHome Premium View offer to American Express Cardmembers, currently available through the end of 2012.

Accordingly, Time Warner Cable customers who sign up for SignatureHome Premium View with their American Express Card have exclusive access to a special, first year rate of $199.99 a month, with a savings of up to $300 on the all-inclusive package, which includes premium TV, Internet and Home Phone Service.

The company noted that the offer also gives Cardmembers complimentary access to the Signature View Channel, which will include movies from Tribeca Film. In addition, the Signature View Channel will also feature bonus "extras" like behind-the-scenes content and extra footage of one-on-one interviews with film directors and actors. SignatureHome Premium View customers also have access to specialist who is on-call, day or night, should they ever need assistance.

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