Converge launches VISION home entertainment service in the PhilippinesFriday, July 30th, 2021
Converge ICT launches all-in-one home entertainment service with the VISION
MANILA, Philippines — As part of Converge’s continuous effort to allow Filipinos to experience better, the fastest-growing internet service provider introduces a new add-on service called VISION.
In partnership with Pacific Kabelnet Holding Co. Inc. (PKN), an affiliate cable company, this latest offering gives new and existing Converge subscribers access to local and international TV channels and binge-watch shows from exclusive channels like USA Today News, USA Today Sports, Pocketwatch, and Ryan & friends, using fiber technology.
For an affordable price of P99/month for 65 channels and P299/month for 82 channels, VISION comes with a set-to-box called Xperience Box, a full Android, all-in-one entertainment device, that allows Converge subscribers to enjoy multi-genre TV programs and shows in the comfort of their homes.
Enabled via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth, the VISION Xperience Box does not require connectivity to any cable TV line and also allows easy connection to a mouse, gamepad, keypad, and other devices. This easy-to-set-up service comes with reliable security features and an enhanced artificial intelligence that provides a quick, one-click access to channels, Google apps, online games, and OTT apps like HBO Go, Amazon Prime, YouTube and Spotify.
“The VISION Xperience Box takes convenience up a notch through its voice-enabled remote for easy searches via Google Assistant and a digital interface that allows hassle-free connection to home theater systems or power amplifiers. Watching the most popular shows in the Philippines or abroad and accessing content through various apps have never been this effortless,” said Converge COO, Jesus C. Romero.
“Vision is just the first of many additional services we plan to bring to enhance Filipinos’ digital experience as we build our digital highway. With our recent data capacity upgrade of our metro backbone, we have more than enough bandwidth to provide entertainment content on a streaming platform and other applications,” added Converge Co-Founder and CEO, Dennis Anthony H. Uy.
Links: Converge ICT
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