BAGUIO CITY –Viewers of all ages are now guaranteed to find the shows and movies they love on the newest cable television plan from the biggest and leading digital cable provider, Sky Cable, following the offering of its affordable Palan 299.
In celebration of its 25 years of providing milestone entertainment, Sky Cable recently launched its Dual Def 299 with a great combination of standard delimitation and HD channels that everyone in the family will surely enjoy.
Sports enthusiasts can catch up with the latest basketball games and updates on BTV and people can stay up to date with the latest news on ANC.
Music lovers can freely unwind with the desired music on MYX and people from all ages can be connected to the Lifestyle Network.
Children, teenagers and the young at heart have Nick and Toonani for their Zany Cartoon fix.
Cartoon Network HD and Disney Channel HD are the entertainment powerhouses for the animated and kid show genre with all their programming broadcast in vibrant high definition.
Rounding up the international channel lineup geared towards the youth is National Geographic HD with its educational series that is sure to enrich the lives of those eager to learn more about the world, everyone is guaranteed to benefit more from their television viewing.
Movie fans will love Sky Cable’s film channel lineup. Viewers searching for local blockbusters will enjoy tuning in to PBO and Cinema One. Those looking forward to experiencing western and ASEAN movies dubbed to Tagalog can watch the most dramatic stories on TMC.
Dedicated funds of the best United States original programming and movies have HBO HD, where fans can enjoy award-winning shows and hits in high definition. If these channels are not enough, Sky Cable now provides special access to I Want TV, the only place on the web where fans can catch up with their favourite local and international programming.
Every Filipino family can now watch these great channels and more with the most affordable Sky Cable plan yet. Featuring 5 HD channels and 35 digital channels in standard definition SD for subscribers in Metro Manila, Camanava, Rizal, Cavite, Laguna, and Bulacan while those in other areas will enjoy 30 or more standard definition channels and 3 in HD, Sky Cable Dual Def 299 is shaping up to be the go to plan among the growing number of subscribers searching for high quality TV entertainment with the best value for money.
Sky Cable officials cited now, everyone can enjoy the best programming available without worrying about budget since the plan is only 299 per month or only P10 per day and subscribers can always add more channels via Select.
For as low as an additional P20 per month, new channels or entire channel packs can be added creating the most affordable and most personal digital cable TV viewing experience.
On the other hand, as half of the country’s hottest love teams today, Daniel Padilla has consistently wowed and thrilled audiences in every turn. When not setting the standard for telenovelas or breaking box-office records, the prime time Heartthrob burns up the music charts. With platinum records in two major concerts already under his belt, Padilla is ready for the next step in his entertainment career. By the 13 of June, his third concert Daniel Padilla: Most Wanted will air live in high definition starting 6:30 pm on Sky pay-per-view.
Leading up to the concert date, word has spread that the teen king is inching closer to his fourth studio album. While there is no official word about the concern’s set list, fans may just get a chance to hear a preview of his new recordings or experience great new renditions of the hits he was able to release through the years.
The concert’s surprise guests may also bring thrilling twist to the performances. Fans who can make it to the Mall of Asia arena can watch the concert’s live broadcast on both Sky Cable and Destiny Cable. Available in both standard and high definition, this uninterrupted coverage of the hottest concert this season also includes exclusive viewing access in the action prior to the show.
By Dexter A. See