Free CableVision Channels For Holiday

December 14, 2010

remote-tvBermuda CableVision is extending the gift of a Free Preview to all its customers for the holidays. During the event, all subscribers to CableVision’s television service will be able to access the company’s full line-up of channels, with the exception of Pay-Per-View and HDTV, at no additional cost.

The Free Preview will run for more than two weeks, starting at 8:00 a.m. on Saturday, December 18, 2010 and continuing until 8:00 a.m. on Monday, January 3, 2011. This year, CableVision customers will have access to the company’s widest selection of programming to date, including the full digital Variety Tier, as well as the complete range of premium digital movie and sports channels.

CableVision general manager Terry Roberson, says, “It’s that time of the year again when we like to show our customers how much we appreciate them, so we’re offering everyone a holiday season filled with great TV. With our ever-growing line-up of local and international channels, that means more programming than ever before to enjoy with family and friends, including the full range of channels from HBO, Showtime, Cinemax, TMC and Starz, as well as the SportsMax and Fox Soccer Plus networks. We wish all our customers a very happy holiday season.”

CableVision is reminding parents that they can prevent their children from accessing age-inappropriate content on TV by setting up the easy-to-use parental control options that are built into every digital home communications terminal.

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  1. Cable Watcher says:

    Thanks again – enjoy watching the extra movie channels.

  2. Brasco says:

    Thanks Cablevision!!

  3. nameless says:

    Thank you! The house-bound appreciate it.

  4. Let's be real says:

    Well good for all the people who get to benefit from this. I’m not mad but let’s be real and stop calling it a gift. It’s simply clever marketing in an effort to entice people to buy more channels. Afterall, it’s not like they give any discounts to those of us who already PAY for all the channels. There’s no acknowledgement or thanks to their other customers, but simply a carrot and stick for those who they’re trying to get to buy more channels.

  5. itwasn't me says:

    I got a coax cable but no box…..do I need a box?

  6. ACT LIKE YOU KNOW says:

    Thanks Cable Vision

  7. Checking My Bill says:

    I already get all the channels except the two sports ones. What benefit is this to me? Do I get a discount on my bill for this period? That would be a nice thank you!

    If only there was a way to pay for the cable channels that YOU ONLY WANT TO WATCH. No offense, but there is nothing on Bravo, RTP, TBN, RAI, etc… that I will watch. Lets be revolutionary…CUSTOMIZED CABLE!!

  8. Lady says:

    I agree with Checking My Bill & Let’s Be Real….seriously what about the existing customers give us a discount, next month free on movie channels, free pay per view..show US some love!!!

  9. Uncle Ruckus says:

    They don’t show you any love because they really don’t give a damn about their customers and like it was already stated they just want to entice people to get the other channels. Full of crap as usual. 2 weeks. Wow thanks. How about a discount when half the channels are “acquiring satellite signal”, but you MUST pay your bill on time for a service you don’t get.

  10. Jays says:

    Better hope it doesn’t rain or get really windy during one of your “free” movies and all of a sudden that channel decides to go out.

    We aren’t a 1st world country or anything..

  11. US Observer says:

    LOL.WOW!!! My first thought takes me back to when Bermuda had “maybe” 1 or 2 channels. CBS and ABC? And – the station actually shut down at 12 midnight with “God Save Our Gracious Queen:…(forgive me if I am incorrect)

    How times have changed since then. Bermuda is such a great place to live and work and now look at what we have; 100′s of channels that give us access to the world’s influences of crime, murders, sex, guns, etc..well you get the picture. Here we are complaining and maybe righfully so. Shame on you for purchasing a product that works half the time and shame on you for asking for a discount…Some advise – read the fine print to see if you have any rights as a consumer.

  12. US Observer says:

    Another thought: By the way, there are several other channels that provide positive and impactful influences as well.

  13. Fan Speed says:

    You see just about everything you want on the internet either for free or pay as you go. You just need to know where to look. I’m about to can cable but have decided to keep it another couple of weeks simply because of this free thing. Thanks Cable – but soon it will be bye bye!