Start the year with the heartwarming story of the Bonifacio family in Seven Sundays, now available through the Kapamilya Box Office(KBO) of ABS-CBN TVplus along with other movies of different genres, which make for a budget-friendly KBOnding experience.
See how the Bonifacios mend their broken bonds to rally for their father who has been diagnosed with cancer. It stars Ronaldo Valdez as Manuel Bonifacio, the father who sees his sickness as a chance to bring together his four children, played by Aga Muhlach, Dingdong Dantes, Enrique Gil, and Cristine Reyes.
The hit family drama, which earned P271 million worldwide, will air on KBO on Jan. 20 to 21, along with Extra Service, Bakit Lahat Ng Gwapo May Boyfriend, Cinco, and Bekikang: Ang Nanay Kong Beki.
On Jan. 13 and 14, viewers can watch the unusual horror love story of Ang Manananggal Sa Unit 23B. Jewel (Ryza Cenon) is a manananggal living in modern Manila. She is in search, not of food, but of someone who will love and accept her for who she is.
Also coming back to KBO is the tandem of Laida (Sarah Geronimo) and Miggy (John Lloyd Cruz) in It Takes a Man and a Woman on the last week of the month. The two must find their way around working together after their breakup. Though difficult at first, they will realize that true love will find a way.
Also available on Jan.27-28, are That Thing Called Tadhana, Villa Estrella, El Brujo, and Mano Po 7: Chinoy.
The family gets value for their money as they can catch these five movies for the price of P30, and get and additional free 100 tri-net texts (to Globe, Touch Mobile, and ABS-CBNmobile) and 50MB of data. Get two weeks’ worth of KBO for P50 with KBOnding DUO, which also comes with 100 tri-net texts and 50MB of data.
Register to KBO by texting KBO30 [date of airing] [BOX ID] to 2131 using your ABS-CBNmobile. Example, KBO30 JAN6 [BOX ID]. Meanwhile, text KBO50 [BOX ID] to 2131 for KBOnding DUO to register to two weeks of KBO. Load up your ABS-CBNmobile sim at the SM Store, Puregold, Ministop, Robinson’s, Globe load outlets, and sari-sari stores around the country.
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