Time Warner Cable today announced that all calls placed by its Home Phone and Business Services customers to landline and mobile numbers in the Philippines will be free through November 30th, and is retroactive for all calls placed since November 8th.
“It is a difficult time for those who have loved ones in the Philippines, and our thoughts go out to those impacted by Typhoon Haiyan. To help the Filipino-American community keep in touch with family and friends, we are making all calls placed to the Philippines free for our Phone customers,” said Rob Marcus, Time Warner Cable’s President and CO.
Texas cable operators, with support from the Texas Cable Association (TCA), are honoring veterans this month and helping tell their stories to Texas schoolchildren as part of HISTORY’s Take a Veteran to School educational initiative. A number of Texas legislators and other elected officials are expected to participate in programs held in their local communities.
Cable companies across the state are running Public Service Announcements for critical issues including water funding and jobs.
Mother Frances Hospital and Dallas Children’s Hospital are teaming up. They are bringing a brand new technology to help Tyler’s smallest patients.
The doctors at both hospitals can now communicate through a device that is a high-tech version of Skype or Facetime. It’s called telemedicine, or tele-NICU.