CWC with Flow Obtains TV Licence in Anguilla
Cable and Wireless Communications (C&W) which now operates Flow, just announced it secured the broadcast licence to operate TV service in Anguilla.
John Reid, President, C&W’s Consumer Group said, “This is welcome news for our customers in Anguilla. Our successful merger with Columbus International Inc has facilitated the acceleration of our expanded portfolio from triple play to market leading quad play services.”
According to the Consumer Group President, “The planned launch of this advanced video service in Anguilla will provide our viewers with the region’s best TV experience and is set to transform the way people watch TV. It will be TV on demand, whenever, wherever and how the viewer wishes. Our ambition is to be number one with customers, and delivering world-class customer experiences is what we are all about.”
Dubbed, “TV you can control,” Advanced Video Services is an extraordinary High Definition visual experience with over 60 HD channels available at no extra cost.
AVS allows customers to:
- Restart TV programmes from the beginning
- Record all their favourite shows using the new Cloud Video recorder feature
- Watch new blockbuster movies from the comfort of their homes with our Video OnDemand service
- Monitor content via Advanced Parental controls
- Access TV on the go through our Flow ToGo smartphone application
Commenting on the approval of the TV licence and soon to be announced launch of TV services, Anguilla Country Manager, Matthieu Dion said, “Anguillans will benefit from the best content, service features and the most flexible options – all accessible at home or on the go. All this is just a taste of the many innovations to come. We will deliver Anguilla’s best TV service across the most advanced network, ensuring our customers experience the great services they so richly deserve.”
C&W will commence delivery of TV service in Anguilla by the end of the year.
In 2014, C&W embarked on a US$7.4M network upgrade investment programme for Anguilla, as part of a wider regional investment strategy, called Project Marlin.