REVTV Prime Sports subscribers are advised that effective January 18, 2016, SEC Network and ESPNU will replace ESPN, ESPN 2, ESPN Classic and ESPN News channels.
Cable Bahamas Ltd advises its subscribers that it has received approval from the Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority (URCA) to increase the monthly subscription rate for residential basic cable services, called REVTV Prime, from $30 to $38, and commercial basic cable services will increase from $50 to $64. These changes will come into effect for subscribers on the islands of New Providence/Paradise Island, Grand Bahama, Abaco and Eleuthera.
The Utilities Regulation and Competition Authority has approved an application from Cable Bahamas to increase the price of REVTV Prime. The rate change will affect residential and commercial subscribers on New Providence/Paradise Island, Grand Bahama, Abaco and Eleuthera starting February 8.
This holiday season, Cable Bahamas is especially grateful for its loyal customers and employees, and over the past month the company has demonstrated that appreciation through a series of ‘thank you’ celebrations held at REV locations on New Providence, Grand Bahama, Abaco and Eleuthera.
As a leading provider of advanced telecommunications services and infrastructure in The Bahamas, Cable Bahamas held a corporate seminar in Grand Bahama to network with business customers on the island and update them about the company's business communication solutions.
Need to visit your local REV store this holiday season? Take a look at our holiday schedule for operating hours.
The Bahamas Girl Guides Association recently awarded Cable Bahamas with its Centennial Award of Appreciation in recognition of the company's support over the years, as well as its significant contribution to promoting the association's objective of empowering young girls.
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Cable Bahamas' efforts to repair damaged facilities and other infrastructure damaged by Hurricane Joaquin are drawing closer to completion, Cable Bahamas Vice President of Marketing David Burrows announced.
As residents in south and central Bahamas work to rebuild their lives after the devastation caused by Hurricane Joaquin, Cable Bahamas has stepped in to offer some relief by suspending billing for cable television services on those islands through to January 2016. This offer from the company coincides with its ongoing restoration programme targeted at restoring its services on islands hit by the storm.