Watch Kapamilya Shows in High Definition Only on SKYAs it continues to celebrate 25 years of unmatched entertainment milestones, SKY is once again bringing another innovative experience into every Filipino home. SKYcable and Destiny Cable subscribers can now enjoy top-rating ABS-CBN programs in clear, crisp High Definition (HD)!
ABS-CBN HD is the first and only free-TV channel to air in High Definition in the Philippines. Launched last October 3, 2015, ABS-CBN HD provides SKYcable and Destiny Cable “kapamilyas” a chance to witness their favorite shows in a fully realistic visual experience. “Bawat kislap ng mata, bawat patak ng luha, bawat tension, at bawat emosyon” will be seen, heard, and felt by every member of the family to enjoy close to real-life TV entertainment.
Join talented child performer, Jana Agoncillo in “NingNing” in ABS-CBN’s noontime block. Feel the drama and the comedy in HD as NingNing faces day-to-day life challenges. Catch your favorite afternoon series with “Doble Kara”, “All of Me”, and “Nasaan Ka Nang Kailangan Kita” for a dose of drama and romance. Don’t miss out as well on the highly-intense plots and exciting twists of top-rating primetime “teleseryes” starting with the “Samonte” brothers and “Elizondo” sisters of the sizzling romantic drama, “Pasion De Amor”. Watch Coco Martin in primetime’s newest show FPJ’s “Ang Probinsyano”, as he bring to life an intriguing action, drama and love story. Plus, there’s no better way to cap your primetime viewing than to fall in love all over again with the “kilig” tandems of KathNiel (Kathryn Bernardo and Daniel Padilla) in “Pangako Sa’yo” and JaDine (James Reid and Nadine Lustre) in “On the Wings of Love”.
For a relaxing weekend, you can also enjoy the following shows in High Definition: “MMK” (Maalaala Mo Kaya), one of TV’s original and longest-running drama anthology; Fantasy-drama, “Wansapanataym”, for wholesome general entertainment; and TV’s longest-running Sunday noontime show featuring the country’s premiere performers in “ASAP” (All-Star Sunday Afternoon Party).
Catch all these and more in the following channels: Ch 167 for Metro Manila, Rizal, Cavite, Laguna, and Bulacan (San Jose Del Monte) and Ch 700 for Cebu, Davao, Bacolod, Iloilo, and Baguio.
ABS-CBN HD is available to all SKYcable and Destiny subscribers with HD boxes. For subscribers with SD boxes, you can upgrade to HD boxes to enjoy these shows and more. For non-subscribers, SKYcable offers Dual Def plans with both SD and HD channels for as low as P299, including ABS-CBN HD. Dual Def 299 is a cable TV package with 35 standard definition and 6 HD channels which you can get at a very affordable price.
This latest offering is another top-of-the-line innovation from the country’s premiere cable TV provider as it further expands its quality services from pioneering in digital cable TV to introducing iRecord, and iWantTV, to name a few. It’s definitely another way for SKY to thank its valued customers for being a part of its 25th year milestone, further strengthening its commitment to provide the best service they deserve.
SKY continues to offer viewers with diverse options to enjoy TV entertainment with its value and premium service offerings. Only SKYcable provides quality home entertainment with the widest-range of standard and high definition channels and other top-of-the-line services such as flexible subscription options via SELECT; iRECORD that records, pauses, and rewinds live TV; as well as real-time coverage of live concerts and sporting events via FREE VIEW and PAY-PER-VIEW.
To subscribe and to know more about SKYcable, log on to mysky.com.ph, or call the 24-hour customer service hotlines at (02) 381-0000 for Metro Manila, CAMANAVA, and Rizal; (046) 484-4701 for Cavite; (049) 534-2814 for Calamba and Binan, Laguna; (02) 520-8560 for San Pedro, Laguna and Carmona, Cavite; (044) 693-5877 for Bulacan; (032) 421-1818 for Cebu; (082) 305-5456 for Davao; (074) 442-4841 for Baguio; (034) 432-0051 for Bacolod; (033) 300-1210 for Iloilo; (035) 225-1010 for Dumaguete; and (083) 301-3134 for Gen. Santos City.
. (Story/Photos by: Dino Quixon)