Cable Bahamas executive and COO, John Gomez asserts that the communications giant was pleased to see the rapid restoration of REV services for customers that experienced disruptions in their services over the weekend due to the effects of Hurricane Irma.
Cable Bahamas’ technical teams were deployed on Saturday, September 9th, immediately following the National Emergency Management Agency’s all-clear message for the central and southeast Bahamas, according to COO, John Gomez.
Thank you for being our customer in 2016. Your Cable Bahamas family wishes you the very best in 2017. As we start off this new year, I wanted to take this opportunity to share some things with you about how our entire team is focused on making things better for you.
The Cable Bahamas Ltd. (CBL) consolidated group has had an incredible business journey these past three months. With Aliv (CBL's mobile company) now in place and operational, this is the first quarter in which CBL can produce a fully consolidated report for the Group's business.
Dear REV Subscriber,
We wanted to show you our appreciation for your support over the 21 years since we have been your provider. On June 20th, we told you that we are launching 25 new channels, enhancing our TV packages with 50 additions, and restructuring all of our services to provide you with better content.
Cable Bahamas advised today that it has been informed of an e-mail that is currently being distributed that falsely appears to be originating from the company and is targeting users of the company’s CoralWave e-mail service.
As a 100% Bahaman-owned company, Cable Bahamas has a vested interest in the community and supporting local talent. Cable Bahamas has become aware of a matter involving one of our local advertising contractors.
Cable Bahamas would like to update our subscribers about our World Cup coverage. We apologise for several short-notice changes and availability. We received a change in carriage from one of our major suppliers less than 24 hours before the start of the first match. This required some changes in how we were able to provide this coverage and until those changes were confirmed we held our marketing announcements to ensure that they were accurate and clear.
URCA's decision to refuse Cable Bahamas' application to increase the rate of the SuperBasic price is extremely disappointing. It is an unbelievable outcome, one that continues to deny a price change to a regulated rate, which was set almost two decades ago. Cable Bahamas believes that its application put forward a complete and a credible case.