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July 20, 2010

Broadstripe Announces the Introduction of a Hispanic Tier

By Carolyn J Dawson, TMCnet Contributor

Broadstripe is a reputed provider of entertainment, information and communications. The company recently announced the introduction of a Hispanic program package in its Mid-Atlantic region. This Hispanic Tier is made available to digital customers for just $5.99 per month.

In a release John Bjorn, the VP and General Manager for the Mid-Atlantic Region said, "The addition of the Hispanic Tier is a direct response to customer feedback; we are always looking for new ways to provide relevant programming to the customers in our service areas. Broadstripe prides itself on providing the best overall value in in-home communications and entertainment, and we are committed to offering our customers an extensive and diverse channel lineup."

Some of the channels in Hispanic Tier Include ESPN (News - Alert) Deportes, CNN en Espanol, History Channel en Espanol, Cine Mexicano, TV Chile, and GolTV. Out of this, GolTV will be available later this month.

Channel lineup additions are one of the enhancements the company introduced as part of its new customer service renovation. Last year, the company has launched a unique Lifetime Price Guarantee Broadstripe Forever which is a ground-breaking 60-day, money-back guarantee offer; The Broadstripe Challenge; and the latest commercial service Broadstripe Business Class.

The company helps the users to lock in a low price for life time with the Broadstripe Forever VIP. With it, the users get the facilities of Pay-Per-View, High Speed Internet and Home Phone (News - Alert) without spending any extra charges. Besides these enhancements, Broadstripe also offers a referral program. If the user refers a friend to the company, he/she is able to earn $50.

Broadstripe is a countrywide firm that is recognized as a technology innovator. The company’s intention is to provide its uptown and business customers with finer entertainment communication products and exceptional customer service in all fields it serves. Broadstripe is a well known supplier of a variety of high-tech digital cable, phone and broadband Internet services to Maryland, Michigan, Oregon and Washington. Its key goal is to provide the customers with best overall value in in-home communications and entertainment.

Carolyn John is a Contributor to TMCnet. To read more of her articles, please columnist page.

Edited by Juliana Kenny