Cogeco Connexion Introduces its First TV Package to Woo Business Customers
FREMONT, CA: Cogeco Connexion launched a TV package substantially designed for its medium and larger sized enterprises. The latest move was sparked soon after the firm’s recent announcements of providing the new range of TV offering for the customers in Quebec and Ontario. The company unveiled this package by keeping in mind the unique needs of the different business sectors.
"Our business clients have different priorities and expectations when it comes to TV packages: they want to provide an outstanding entertainment experience to their own customers and employees, in order to ensure their satisfaction and successfully conduct their business activities," says Daniel Boisvert, Vice President, Marketing and Innovation, Cogeco Connexion. "We have seized this opportunity to reinvent our offering from top to bottom and we are proud to unveil a TV experience designed for businesses, with packages tailor-made for specific industries".
Cogeco Connexion designed a package that is best suited for their clients business needs with respective to the industry likes of Sports & Fitness, Bars & Restaurants, Offices & Professional Services, Hotels & Institutions, Retail, and others. The clients are free to pick any pre-assembled package of 10-15-20 channels in Quebec and 10-20 channels in Ontario.
Cogeco designed a Business Premium package for the businesses that are focusing on providing best entertainment, news and sports channels to their customers. This ready-to-watch package offers great worth that includes premium channels like CNN, Sportsnet, AMC, TSN and Food Network in Ontario and Canal Vie, RDS and TVA Sports in Quebec. The Stingray Music Package provides a wide range of programmed music channels that are supervised by the industry experts.
In addition, the company provides a Business Basic package for the entry-level usage that consists of education, community, mandatory distribution, regional and local channels. After subscribing to the Business Basic package, clients are free to add more channels or they can also redesign the package to fulfill their specific needs.
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