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Broadband Internet in The Bahamas will get a whole lot faster for subscribers that have TV, internet and phone services from REV, (or, triple play services the company calls Trio) beginning today. The communications company announced that it has launched broadband speed boosts between 40 and 100 per cent to new and existing Trio REV customers beginning Monday, April 25th, all at no extra cost.
REV is gearing up for the highly-anticipated sixth season premiere of Game of Thrones by giving an HBO subscriber and a friend the chance to experience the world of Westeros up close and in person. Through the Game of Thrones promotion, REV and HBO will give one lucky fan a trip for two to Ireland to tour the principle locations featured in the Emmy-award winning series.
Cable Bahamas Ltd (CBL) announced today that John Gomez has been appointed Chief Operations Officer of the company. As COO, Mr Gomez will assume responsibility for the entire CBL operation, including finance, marketing, customer experience, engineering and technology.
The much-anticipated face off between top welterweights Manny Pacquiao and Timothy Bradley goes down this Saturday and REV is bringing the action to boxing fans live from Las Vegas' MGM Grand via pay-per-view channel 874 on Saturday, April 9th, 2016.
REV announced today that its community channel, Cable 12, would be re-launching March 31 with its new name, Our TV. With the change, its first since it was launched nearly 18 years ago, the channel will present its new brand in HD and introduce new principles behind the channel.
Cable Bahamas (CBL) has announced that beginning this month, all Pay-Per-View (PPV) movies will only be available on its REV On Demand VOD platform, channel 500.
Each year, more than 140 countries observe the fourth Thursday in April as International Girls in ICT Day through organising events that support the global initiative’s mission: To empower and encourage girls and young women to consider studies and careers in the growing field of information and communication technologies (ICTs).
High school sports fans who were unable to attend the first ever Bahamas High School National Basketball Championships in Grand Bahama over the weekend got the opportunity to catch the action in the comfort of their homes thanks to live coverage provided by Cable Bahamas.
T. G. Glover Primary School students are singing their way to improved reading proficiency thanks to Mission: Educate Bahamas, which recently partnered with Cable Bahamas (CBL) and Kelly's Home Centre to give the school a new computer lab, equipped with the melodic learning programme Tunein to Reading (TiR).