Choice Cable launches 30 channels from Olympusat

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ChoiceCable logoChoice Cable TV announced Wednesday the availability of a full line-up of more than 30 channels from Olympusat, a U.S. based media and entertainment company.

With these latest additions, Choice Cable TV is enhancing its customers’ experience by adding a line-up that includes the Ultra HD Plex, the top HD suite including Ultra Fiesta, Ultra Mex and Ultra Clasico, in addition to HD viewer favorites, FUNimation Channel and Parables TV.

“We’re always looking for ways to improve our customer experience and listening to what they desire,” said Michael Carrosquilla, general manager of Choice Cable TV. “Now we’re able to offer them all of this Spanish language content, partly as a result of all the significant upgrades we have completed in our network.”

“This programming is the most compelling selection in the market, and we’re excited to be able to bring it to our customers for their enjoyment,” he said.

The portfolio of new channels brings an HD and SD menu of programming for the family that includes movies, sports, kids, music and more. In addition to the HD networks, the SD channel offering includes Cuba Play, Cine Mexicano, as well as religious and shopping channel favorites.

“We’re pleased to be working with Choice Cable TV, which had the insight and vision, to team up and dedicate the necessary bandwidth to round-out their line-up with our channels,” said Tom Mohler, president of Olympusat. “When Verizon FiOS launched the Ultra HD Plex in the continental U.S., we knew Puerto Rico would be our next market.”

“With Choice Cable TV signing on, plus adding even more top network selections, this gives customers in Puerto Rico HD Spanish language entertainment that has not been available to this magnitude,” Mohler added.

Choice Cable provides of cable TV, high-speed Internet and digital telephone in 31 municipalities in southern and western regions of Puerto Rico, covering from Quebradillas to Maunabo. Meanwhile, Olympusat Inc. owns, operates and distributes independent linear and non-linear programming networks to the cable, satellite, and telecom industries, in addition to multi-platform offerings including mobile, IPTV and broadband networks.

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