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C&W Launches Next Generation Hospitality Interactive TV

PRESS RELEASE: Castries, Saint Lucia (November 8th, 2017) – The face of television is changing with Cable & Wireless Business, as the region’s leading telecommunications service provider has unveiled a new product specifically geared towards Saint Lucia’s leading industry.

C&W Business is now offering its cutting-edge integrated Next Generation Hospitality Interactive TV in Saint Lucia, aimed at making the hospitality sector more globally competitive to meets the demands of the “connected guest.”

A bespoke solution, C&W Business Hospitality Interactive TV can be tailored to an all-inclusive resort, business hotel, luxury, or small property. It can be fine-tuned for the guests the property most commonly serves: whether families, young travellers, adults only, or business travellers.

With a larger selection of channels, inclusive of high-definition content, integrated digital signage that encompasses every screen on property, and a dedicated hotel channel to guide visitors to restaurants, bars and other on-property amenities, the solution can be delivered via analog, digital or full end-to-end Internet Protocol Television (IPTV).

Basic packages comprise either 29 or 65 channels, whilst Add On Packs enable the guest to stay connected with the latest sports, movies, or news, or provide entertainment for the family, by signing on for Movie Pass, Fox Pass, Kids Pass, Sports Pass, or Global Pass.

Additionally, the new Interactive TV solution comes with 24/7/365 proactive monitoring and support by a team of Cable & Wireless technology experts, which allows them to remotely troubleshoot any potential issues.

Regional Sales Director at C&W Business, Juan Bailey said:

“We are proud supporters of Saint Lucian and Caribbean tourism, which is catering to the exacting standards of the next generation of “explorers” who have a strong focus on staying connected no matter where they are. Now more than ever, today’s ‘connected guests’ expect no less than world-class technology experiences during their stays. We continue to innovate and invest in leading edge technology so that we can provide the technological solutions that will enable property owners of all sizes to compete and win.”

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