Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Super family bonding with SKYdirect CHRISTMASAYA promo


SKYdirect has an early Christmas treat for its new Prepaid subscribers from October 1, 2017 to December 31, 2017, the SKYdirect CHRISTMASAYA promo.

With this holiday promo, 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 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 Math Dali 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 ABS+CBN S+A.

Tuesday, November 7, 2017

Lazada Affiliate Program Launches Online Revolution in Davao and Cebu

Davao Digital Influencers with the Lazada Affiliate Team at the roadshow in Davao
 (photo credit: Ian Garcia)

The Lazada Affiliate Team tapped into Philippines' top influencers and bloggers from Davao and Cebu to help making Lazada’s Online Revolution Sale 2017 their biggest sales campaign ever.

Through hosting an educational roadshow event, attendees learned about Affiliate Marketing with the Lazada Affiliate Program and how to get a head start on earning online through promoting the upcoming Online Revolution sale on Lazada this November. A site clinic was also hosted to give attendees custom-tailored advice on how to improve their site.

“To those who attended the Affiliate Roadshow for the first time and our long-time members of the program, thank you for a great Online Revolution.” said Sydney Dondon, Affiliate Manager, Lazada Philippines. “Our team will keep doing more in improving the community of our affiliates, to better enable you as a Lazada affiliate to succeed. We are looking forward to next year’s Affiliate Roadshow”


Lazada Box of Joy

As part of Lazada’s tradition to delight the affiliates, attendees of the Roadshow were each gifted the Lazada Box of Joy. Bright pink and full of surprises, each package carried new product releases and amazing goodies from Lazada’s Brand Partners.

-Bosch Handheld Carry Pack
-Colgate Active Salt 35g & Colgate Bamboo Charcoal toothpaste 90mL
-Pond’s Age Miracle Intensive Wrinkle Correcting Cream 50mL
-Simple Micellar Cleansing Water 400mL & Cleansing Wipes
-St. Ives Sea Salt & Pacific Kelp Exfoliating Body Wash 400mL
-Tresemme Expert Collection Keratin Smooth shampoo & conditioner 340mL
-Vaseline Healthy White whitening & even-tone lotion 25mL

Exclusive information about the flash sales and out of this world deals that will go live starting Nov. 9 were also given in advance to the attendees as part of the special perks of being a Lazada Affiliate.

Blog the Universe: Ace Slim 55” 4K LED TV

To keep the energy high during the Online Revolution, an affiliate-exclusive raffle was announced where affiliates could blog & post in the Blog the Universe raffle for a chance to win the grand prize: Ace Slim 55” 4K LED TV! Writing and posting daily about the Online Revolution give affiliates more chances to win in the raffle! In addition, there will be 3 weekly winners of special prizes such as power banks, cellphones, & many more!

To apply for the Lazada Affiliate Program please visit: www.lazada.com.ph/affiliate

Buying from Lazada gives customers ease and convenience because of its cash on delivery and free shipping options. There are no sign-ups needed, too.

Friday, September 22, 2017

Star Cinema & SKY PPV brings KATHNIEL’S “Can't Help Falling In Love”


Back-to-back with Team Lablab’s “Can We Still be Friends?”


Star Cinema on SKY Pay-Per-View (PPV) brings the latest "kilig" blockbuster movies to Filipino homes as it presents KathNiel’s “Can’t Help Falling In Love” and Gerald and Arci’s “Can We Still Be Friends” from September 9 to October 6.

The P300 million global blockbuster features Kathryn as Gab, a goal-oriented career woman who has the perfect life and Daniel, as a free-spirited travel blogger and entrepreneur. Gab’s life is turned upside down when she finds out she’s actually married to a stranger. She does everything to annul their marriage, but only finds herself falling for him.

Meanwhile, in “Can We Still Be Friends,” Gerald Anderson and Arci Muñoz, known as #TeamLablab, play a couple coping with the loss of their relationship in an unusual way—by staying friends with each other. This leads to a competition of who can move on first, but brings to light the question, do they really want to move on from each other?

Friends, you may subscribe to Star Cinema on SKY PPV from September 9 to October 6 to be able to watch these two hit ‘feels’ movies. The offer is available to all One SKY, SKYcable, Destiny Cable, SKYdirect, and SKYbroadband subscribers via SKY On Demand for P199.

SKYcable can call 305-5456, text STARCINEMAPPV to 23662 or visit www.mysky.com.ph/starcinemappv to subscribe. SKYdirect Prepaid subscribers can also text PPV STARCINEMA <BOX ID> to 236667, while Postpaid subscribers can text SKY to 23668.

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

SKY Movies PPV brings Kita-kita on cable tv



The highest grossing Filipino indie film of all time “Kita Kita” makes its Philippine TV premiere on SKY Movies Pay-Per-View from September 23 to October 13.

The surprise blockbuster hit of the year is about an unlikely romance between two Pinoys living in Japan. It has made a household name of its unconventional leading man, Empoy (Empoy Marquez) and his “Al Empoy” love team with the talented Alessandra de Rossi.

It will be shown with “Luck At First Sight,” starring Jericho Rosales and Bela Padilla, and “One Step,” featuring Korean popstar Sandara Park.

Jericho Rosales and Bela Padilla play unlucky people whose fortunes are reversed when they are together in “Luck At First Sight.” To keep their luck going they make a promise not to fall in love with each other. However, keeping the promise might be harder than they thought.

“One Step” is about a woman, played by Sandara Park, healing from the physical injuries and emotional trauma from an accident through music.

“Kita Kita” on SKY Movies PPV is available to all ONE SKY, SKYcable, Destiny Cable, SKYdirect subscribers. It is also available to SKYbroadband subscribers through SKY on Demand.

You may avail of the unlimited access to SKY Movies PPV for seven days for only P99.  Text MOVIESPPV to 23662 or call 305-5456 (Davao) l-655-6785 (Tagum), or visit www.mysky.com.ph/moviesppv to subscribe. SKYdirect prepaid subscribers can register by texting PPV KITA <BOX ID> to 23667, while postpaid subscribers can text SKY to 23668.

Sunday, August 20, 2017

Globe launches SEA-US cable system


Connects Davao to US for enhanced PHL internet connectivity

Globe Telecom commercially launched today the $250-million Southeast Asia-United States (SEA-US) submarine cable system which provides direct links between Davao and the United States for richer and enhanced international connectivity for businesses in Mindanao and the rest of the country.

“First world connection is more than just fast internet but is also about building a better nation that transcends borders and opens infinite possibilities for everyone. We are excited about this development because of the immense benefits that the undersea cable system will bring to the Philippines.  For one, it will provide support for the expanding business requirement for data in the Mindanao region where the cable landing station is located and in the country as a whole.  This will also ease our dependence on international cable systems and ensure the resiliency of the country’s internet connectivity,” said Ernest L. Cu, Globe President and CEO.

The SEA-US cable system is connected to the Globe cable landing station in Brgy. Talomo, Davao City which also houses the Power Feed Equipment necessary to run the system. Outside of Luzon, the undersea cable is the first direct connection of Globe to the United States via Guam, Hawaii, and California, offering faster transmission of data to the US.

The facility also completely bypasses the Taiwan earthquake zone to ensure continuity of service and greater resiliency.  This is expected to prevent a repeat of a 2006 incident where major international cables were broken because of the Taiwan earthquake, resulting in the isolation of the Philippines for a few days in terms of internet connectivity.

Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) Secretary Rodolfo Salalima lauded the development and said that the launching of this SEA-US cable system underscores the importance of integrating ICT in the improvement of government service delivery. He added that the SEA-US project will help the government in realizing its ICT roadmap.

Peter Maquera, Senior Vice President for Globe Enterprise Group said that the facility will be most beneficial to businesses which require higher bandwidth and network resiliency at cost-efficient rates. 
With the commercial operations,  customers can expect a more resilient network necessary for the continuity of their operations as well as greater route flexibility and better future support for bandwidth-dependent applications and services consistent with the growing trend of companies shifting their business critical operations to digital.

The 14,500-kilometer SEA-US international cable system, uses the latest 100 gigabits per second transmission technology to deliver an additional 20 terabits per second capacity.  Such additional capacity will cater to the exponential growth of bandwidth between the two continents.

The system was built by a consortium of 7 international telecommunications companies and links five areas and territories that include Manado (Indonesia), Davao (Philippines), Piti (Guam), Oahu (Hawaii, United States), and Los Angeles (California, United States).

Aside from forming part of the SEA-US consortium, Globe is also a member of an international consortium of telecommunications and technology companies operating the Southeast Asia-Japan Cable (SJC) system. SJC is an 8,900-kilometer cable system linking seven territories that include Brunei, mainland China, Hong Kong, Japan, Singapore, and the Philippines, including the option to link with Thailand. The cable infrastructure is currently being upgraded to bring an increase of 6.5 Tb/s capacity with state of the art 100G technology.


Globe Telecom has also made investments in the East Asia Cable system (EAC), Asia Pacific Cable Network-2 (APCN2), Tata Global Network–Intra Asia cable system (TGN-IA), the City to City cable system (C2C), and is interconnected with major Trans-Pacific Cable systems that encompass the Unity, Tata Global Network-Pacific, (TGN-P) and the Japan-US Cable Network (J-US).