Changes to the channel lineup were essential in order for this system to be in compliance with regional programming requirements. Some channels had to be eliminated, however new channels were also introduced. The new, diversified and dynamic lineup includes MSNBC, The History Channel, BBC America Animal Planet, Oxygen and Azteca International.
Yes. A major initiative planned for BVI Cable TV is providing digital cable service to subscribers. Digital service will provide improved picture quality, a digital interactive guide, better sound, and an overall enhanced viewing experience. We encourage you to check our website for upcoming changes.
Information about our rates and packages is available on our website click here for more information. You can also stop by any of our business offices and we will be happy to show you your options.
We are committed to making your service experience a smooth one. Please assist us by bringing the following documents with you when applying for Cable services:
- Names of person(s) authorized to do transactions on the account
- Verification of physical address
- Verification of mailing address
- Form of Payment
No we do not require you to sign a contract.
You may make payments in person at one of our business offices on Tortola, Virgin Gorda or Anegada. Payments may be made by cash or check (U.S. Dollars), or by credit card (Visa or MasterCard accepted).
You may also mail your payment to:
BVI Cable TV, Ltd.
P.O. Box 644, Road Town
We are committed to offering as much English-language programming in our line-up as possible. However, due to copyright issues and our location in the Caribbean, we are often considered a part of the Latin American Region and therefore receive programming in Spanish. The language distribution for our overall channel selection is 80% English and 20% Spanish, and we are constantly improving our programming to provide adequate options for all of our viewers.
Why is the programming offered on Latin American versions of certain channels (ie: HBO, Discovery, A&E, Cartoon Network), different than US programming of the same channels?
Some programs are only approved for broadcasting in the US and are not available in the Caribbean or Latin America. Others receive approval after they broadcast in the US. We are always working to provide more US programming and are happy to add additional programming when it becomes available.
When agreements for previously offered channels become available, we will consider adding them to the line-up. We are always looking for new programming to enhance our current selection and offer the most options to our viewers.