KINGSTOWN, St Vincent (Thursday, April 30th, 2015) — Columbus Communications (St. Vincent and the Grenadines) Limited announces that as of March 13th, 2015, CINEMAX movie channel (channel 333) has been added to the Digital Extended Basic package, and at no additional cost to customers.

This channel addition is in line with the company’s continuing efforts to provide the best value and entertainment options for customers — a consistent and streamlined video product, which includes a channel line-up that appeals to its large and diverse customer base.

Mr. Christopher Gordon, country manager commented: “I am delighted to announce the addition of this leading movie channel to the Extended Basic package at no additional cost. Customers can see some of the best movies and series on Cinemax and the Extended Basic package now provides even more value to customers. We are always exploring new opportunities to enhance our video service and customers can expect to see additional enhancements in the future.”

Customers who subscribe to the Digital Extended Basic package, now have the opportunity to enjoy the biggest blockbusters all in one single channel. They can revisit the movies that made history and discover critically acclaimed independent films as well as international films on the Cinemax channel. The channel also features award winning actors and actresses from Hollywood’s greatest movies and also keeps up to date on celebrity news and spectacular festivals from around the world.

Customers who still have the former service provider’s video platform are encouraged to upgrade to the new Flow Digital Video service and take advantage of offers such as this along with many other enhanced benefits. For more information on how to sign up or upgrade to the new Flow Digital Video platform, please contact a customer care representative at 570-FLOW (3569) or via [email protected] or visit FLOW website at www.discoverflow.co for more information.

One reply on “Flow adds Cinemax Movie Channel to its digital channel line up”

  1. C. ben-David says:

    i am surprised at the muted rssponse to the Columbus-Cable and Wireless merger. As sovereign nations, each of the countries served by both providers could have easily blocked the deal, if only by passing new legislation.

    That they did not do so speaks volumes to the powerlessness of our so-called independent countries.

    It also raises the possibility of corruption at the highest levels.

    Why are our “radical” community activists missing in action in critiquing this monopoly capitalism stupidness?

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