New SKYDIRECT subscribers get early Christmas gift

SKYdirect has an early Christmas treat for its new Prepaid subscribers until Dec. 31.

SKY’s direct-to-home satellite TV service will open access to ABS-CBN HD, ABSCBN S+A, Cinemo, Yey, Knowledge Channel, GMA, TV5, and PTV 4 until March 31, 2018 without an initial load requirement.

Subscribers can enjoy “FPJ’s Ang Probinsyano” marathon on SkyDirect
Subscribers can look forward to clear and crisp viewing of hit Kapamilya shows such as It’s Showtime, ASAP, Umagang Kay Ganda, ABS-CBN’s flagship newscast TV Patrol and more on ABS-CBN HD. 

Kids can feast on well-loved cartoons, like Spongebob, Peppa Pig, and Strawberry Shortcake on Yey, and learn from Knowledge Channel’s MathDali and K-High.  The whole family can enjoy Funny Ka, Pare Ko and FPJ’s Ang Probinsiyano Action Marathon on CineMo, and watch basketball, volleyball, boxing, and other sporting events on S+A (ABS-CBN Sports + Action).

The SKYdirect Prepaid Kit that comes with an HD Box is now at a lower price of P3,499 instead of the regular cost of P3,699.  If subscribers wish to access more channels, they simply need to load from any of the available Prepaid Plans 99, 150, 250, 450 or Kapamilya 99.

Ordering is as simple as sending a text message to 23668. For more details, check out  Bonding with the family this Christmas will surely be exciting and wonderful by watching top-rating shows at home.

SKYdirect is the satellite TV service of SKY that gives Filipino families nationwide access to a rich channel lineup with the aim of strengthening the relationship of families at home. SKY Cable is the cable, direct-to-home, and broadband unit of ABS-CBN.


Topics: SKYdirect , Ang Probinsiyano
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