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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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