Locally owned and operated, Brooks Bay Cable has proudly delivered communications services to Port Alice for 24 years. Throughout the years we have added over 100 TV Channels, (digital and high definition), as well as introducing high speed cable internet to Port Alice.
We are pleased to announce that on September 30, 2019, we reached an agreement with TELUS to acquire Brooks Bay Cable Corp as part of their Mascon brand (TELUS’ cable operations). TELUS is well positioned to invest in technology and infrastructure that will enable future services and enhanced reliability for customers like you. We feel the time is right to transition our business for the benefit of our valued customers.
What this means for you:
• At this time, all services, prices, bills, support hours and contact information will remain the same. You do not need to take any action to keep receiving the same great Brooks Bay Cable Corp services.
• Brooks Bay Cable Corp will work with TELUS through the transition as well as continue the efforts to complete our current HD upgrade.
We thank you for your loyalty and for trusting in us for your TV and internet solutions. We have appreciated the opportunity to serve you and we are excited for Mascon to provide the next generation of communications and entertainment for our valued customers.
If you have any questions, please contact us by:
In person at our office
Brooks Bay Cable Corp.
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