Tuesday, January 12, 2016

Bohol Island Cable TV Formally Opens in Panglao

Watching television in the island paradise of Panglao will now be a more exciting and pleasant viewing experience. Technical problems like fuzzy signal, blurry picture, snowy reception & even audio problems will now be a thing of the past.

Cable TV viewing will never be the same again in Panglao 
Bohol Island Cable TV, Inc., the newest cable TV provider in Panglao Island that has been operating since August 18, 2015, announced its formal entry into the cable television service industry with the Blessing & Inauguration of its Office in Poblacion, Panglao, Bohol last Sunday, January 10, 2016, 10 am. 

  L-R:  Atty. Cristifil Baluma, Dr. Francisco Chio & Dr. Ma. Fe Chio,
Mark Edwin Alturas, Ricardo Julian0 & Mary Joy Rafols
 
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Company president Mr. Mark Edwin Alturas & company vice- president Mr. Ricardo Juliano led company officials, management & staff in welcoming guests to the inaugural ceremonies

Bohol Island Cable TV, Inc.’s use of fiber optic cable & US- made materials is in line with its thrust & commitment to give its subscribers more added value services & to enhance their viewing pleasure. 

  ADMIN & STAFF: R0nald Rafanan, Rachel Claire Tug0n0n, 
Mary Joy Rafols &  Zenen Anacaya
With close to 80 local & international channels, cable TV subscribers will now have more options and a wider selection in TV programs ranging from news & current affairs, music video channels, telemagazine shows, entertainment channels to sports channels 24 hours a day  





 Fr. Leonel Grado, St. Augustine Parish Priest

And here's more good news from Bohol Island Cable TV! Monthly subscription is P300 only with FREE installation for new subscribers.

PLUS unlimited access to internet service will be extended soon to interconnect cable TV viewing in Panglao with the rest of the world!

For cable TV subscription & installation inquiries, please call:

(038) 502-8129

0917-777-5650

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