Time Warner Cable today announced the launch of its first ever Triple Play Package with the Global Penny Phone Plan that features calling to land-line phones in over 40 countries worldwide for as little as one penny per minute and competitive rates to other parts of the world. This new offer includes Digital TV, Internet and unlimited nation-wide phone to help customers enjoy their world better.
Time Warner Cable is also offering customized Triple Play packages with the Global Penny Phone Plan and popular in-language programming to meet the needs of Hispanic, Asian, West Indian, Russian and other Multicultural segments.
Customers can speak with loved ones abroad more often and longer, by subscribing to Time Warner Cable’s Triple Play with the Global Penny Phone Plan for as low as $89.99 per month. Additionally, current Time Warner Cable Phone customers can add this new Global Penny Phone plan for only $2.95 more a month. The Global Penny Phone plan also includes calls to mobile lines in India, China and Singapore for a penny per minute. “We at Time Warner Cable are excited to introduce Global Calling customized packages with unprecedented international rates to allow our customers to connect with their families and loved ones, especially now that the holiday season is approaching,” said Jeffrey A. Hirsch, Executive Vice President, Chief Marketing Officer, Residential Services for Time Warner Cable. “As demographics change so do the needs of our customers.”
To view Time Warner Cable’s Triple Play with Global Penny Phone Plan TV spot, click the link below: WW_GPPP_60H_LA_DesertCities_60.movCurrent global calling destinations include land-line phones in: Argentina, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Brazil, Brunei, Canada, China, China Mobile, Croatia, Cyprus, Denmark, France, Germany, Greece, Hong Kong, Hong Kong Mobile, Hungary, Iceland, India, India Mobile, Ireland, Italy, Korea Rep (South), Luxembourg, Malaysia, Malta, Mexico, Morocco, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Peru, Poland, Portugal, Singapore, Singapore Mobile, Slovenia, Spain, Sweden, Switzerland, Taiwan, Turkey, United Kingdom, and Venezuela.