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Gemma
Just Moved In
Does Telus provide a "porn free" wifi service? Is there also an "adult free" service for TV, meaning no adult option? If not, I feel these services should be offered by the viewers choice, and not come directly with the service.
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Nighthawk
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Community Power User

No provider provides a content restricted wifi / internet service. If you are looking to block certain types of websites, you'll need software specifically installed on the computer in question that will block questionable websites. Net Nanny is one of the oldest ones I know of for PC that does that.

 

As for adult content on TV, to block pay per view purchases be sure to set a PIN on the Optik box that only you know.


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Nighthawk
Community Power User
Community Power User

No provider provides a content restricted wifi / internet service. If you are looking to block certain types of websites, you'll need software specifically installed on the computer in question that will block questionable websites. Net Nanny is one of the oldest ones I know of for PC that does that.

 

As for adult content on TV, to block pay per view purchases be sure to set a PIN on the Optik box that only you know.


If you find a post useful, please give the author a "Like" or mark as an accepted solution if it solves your trouble. 🙂

View solution in original post