Converge outs its VISION Xperience Box

In partnership with Pacific Kabelnet
In partnership with Pacific Kabelnet

Converge ICT Solutions (Converge) launches its new add-on service, the VISION Xperience Box, in partnership with Kabelnet. Vision is a product of Pacific Kabelnet offered by Converge to its subscribers in NCR which allows them to enjoy different TV programs and shows at home.

“Just like the game’s mission, Converge remains committed to resolving our fellow Filipinos’ problem of bad online experience— one household at a time. Whether through our pure end-to-end fiber backbone or our value-added services, we will continue to delight customers at every touchpoint possible,” added Converge Chief Operations Officer, Jesus Romero.

The VISION Xperience Box is enabled by Wi-Fi or Bluetooth and does not require connectivity to any cable wires and can easily be connected to a mouse, gamepad, keypad, and other devices.

In addition, it also featured a family game called “Conrad’s Happy City”, Converge’s first online branded game and first ISP in the Philippines to drive this initiative. The game is powered by Mineski’s Global Social Gaming platform mgames where Converge’s Mascot Conrad has a mission to keep the city happy, one internet connection at a time. As Conrad jumps over communities, each sad gray house turns into a vibrant and happy home powered by Converge FiberX internet connectivity. Players can also enjoy rewards and incentives as they play the game with the limited edition Converge Merchandise awaits those with the best scores on the leaderboard.

Moreover, the box touts security features and artificial intelligence that provides quick and one-click access to channels, Google Apps, online games, and OTT apps such as HBO Go, Amazon Prime Video, YouTube, and Spotify.

Converge customers can avail of the VISION Xperience Box for as low as PHP 99 per month for 65 channels and PHP 299 per month for 82 channels. Meanwhile, Converge subscribers with existing Vision Xperience Box no longer need to purchase another box to play the game as a future software update that contains the gaming feature will prompt on their box.

Nathaniel Trillana
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