Cable Bahamas, provider of cable television and broadband Internet services in the Bahamas, announced coming refinements to the basic cable television packages in New Providence, Grand Bahama, Abaco and Eleuthera beginning this August through September.
One month after providing more payment locations to its customers in New Providence, Cable Bahamas has announced that it has expanded its partnership with Cash N' Go to bring the same option for bill payment to subscribers in Grand Bahama, Abaco and Exuma.
Cable Bahamas has announced that its intensive "Turn Us On" mobile campaign will climax with a celebration at Fort Charlotte on Saturday, June 20, from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. The REV Jam Fest will include free food and beverages, activities for kids and entertainment from some of the top music artists in The Bahamas on the big stage.
After a radical rebranding exercise in 2011, Cable Bahamas has reinvented itself yet again by giving its web presence a complete makeover. The upgraded company site, which goes live on Thursday, June 18 at cablebahamas.com, has been entirely rebuilt to include an ultramodern design, streamlined user experience, enhanced content and expanded features.
Cable Bahamas Ltd advises that its cable TV subscribers on the Family Islands are currently experiencing an outage of service for ZNS (cable ch 11/211). This outage is due to an issue that the Broadcasting Corporation of The Bahamas (BCB) is currently experiencing with its "uplink" facility at the New Providence headquarters.
Cable Bahamas Ltd (CBL) announced today that it would be proposing at its upcoming annual general meeting a three-for-one (3:1) share split of its ordinary shares, providing greater marketability and liquidity in the market and making shares more affordable, especially to potential smaller investors. If approved, the directors of the company will determine the timetable for the share split.
In a move to meet customer requests for additional pay centres, Cable Bahamas has partnered with Cash 'N Go to offer alternative sites for subscribers to make bill payments. As of this week, Cable Bahamas customers in New Providence can visit one of the six Cash 'N Go locations on the island to pay for their REV services.
Cable Bahamas wishes to clarify that its recent tower construction is part of the expansion of its existing licensed services. To be clear, these services are not mobile voice and are totally independent of the second cellular license process now underway.
Cable Bahamas' subsidiary, Summit Broadband has secured a 20-year contract to provide tower backhaul services. The contract covers the provision of telecommunication tower backhaul services to over 100 wireless tower sites in central and eastern Florida.
The Cellular Liberalization Task Force announced Tuesday that Cable Bahamas has been approved to move to the next phase in the selection process. The 100 per cent Bahamian-owned company will participate in the spectrum auction phase, expected to take place in May.