ArchivesDecember 2010Fil Products goes digital

Fil Products goes digital

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Along with its 20th year of operation, Fil Products Service TV Inc. shifted from analog cable system to a fully digital cable system starting September 2010.{{more}}

All analog system owned and operated under Fil Products was shut down when the digital cable system was completed. Existing subscribers with analog cable line were disconnected and replaced with a digital cable line. Subscribers with good account standing were issued one digital set top box absolutely for free.

Fil Products switched to digitalization not only to keep up with the advances of modern technology, but more importantly to be able to offer quality cable TV entertainment at all times for their subscribers.

Benefits included in the digital cable system are: Picture perfect TV screen images, CD quality surround sound audio, on-screen programming guide, accessibility of over 100 channels as well as on-demand channels or special programming, and pay per view.

In addition, subscribers can enjoy high definition additional channels and record favorite shows when digital boxes are upgraded.

With the new changes, subscribers of the analog cable system will have to sign a new application form and a new contract. Each subscriber will have a new account number with the digital system.

The monthly package fees will be charged like a post-paid subscription, meaning that subscribers will still pay a fixed amount on the duration of their billing cycle.

Basic subscription is available at P410 per month and premium subscription at P610 a month. HD and Ala Carte Channels Additional TV are also offered at P70 a month. The set top box for the installment of the new system can be rented for P1,000.

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