Sky Cable obeys NTC stoppage order, vows to ‘exhaust all legal remedies’

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MANILA, Philippines — ABS-CBN subsidiary Sky Cable Corporation on Tuesday vowed to exhaust all legal remedies to resume its direct broadcast satellite (DBS) service Sky Direct, following a cease and desist order from the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC).

In a statement, Sky Cable said it would comply with the NTC order but lamented that it would leave some 1.5 million Sky Direct subscribers without access to news, information, education, and entertainment.

“In the spirit of fairness, we continue to appeal to the NTC to extend the same privilege given in the past to other companies whose franchises have expired but are currently pending in Congress to continue its oper…

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