Global media company targets Chicago area Filipino market
CHICAGO–Global media and technology company Comcast announced a new offer focused on the local Filipino American market.
Its new “Triple Play” offer includes includes XFINITY® TV content and voice features, TFC, GMA Pinoy TV and GMA Life TV, as well as 300 minutes a month for calls to the Philippines, Singapore and more.
“These packages will not only provide our customers with the ability to stay in touch with their loved ones a half a world away, but also help them keep apprised of news and information that’s important and germane to them,” said John Crowley, senior vice president of Comcast’s Greater Chicago Region.
Starting “as low as $99 per month for the first year,” the offer applies to new customers and eligible existing customers upgrading to an XFINITY Triple Play package.
Comcast Cable is the largest U.S. video, high-speed Internet and phone provider to residential customers under the XFINITY brand and also provides these services to businesses. It has invested in an advanced network that delivers among the fastest broadband speeds.
Comcast’s Greater Chicago Region has nearly 7,000 employees locally and serves more than two million customers in central and northern Illinois, including the Chicago area, northwest Indiana and southwest Michigan. For more information, call 1-‐800-‐ XFINITY, or visit www.comcast.com/filipinooffer.
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