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Cable Bahamas expands Cash N’ Go partnership in Abaco

Cable Bahamas has relocated its operation in Abaco from the Dove Plaza on Don Mackey Boulevard to the BAF Financial & Insurance building as part of its extended partnership with Cash N’ Go.

“We are thrilled about this partnership and the opportunity for our customers to do everything that they need to do in one location, at one time and in less time,” Cable Bahamas Northern Bahamas Operations Manager Edris Wilson-Elliott said. “The location is centrally located in the heart of downtown Abaco, has ample parking and is wheelchair accessible.”

At this site, Cash N’ Go will serve as the bill payment collection agent, while a full-time REV customer service representative will be available to handle account inquiries, service transfers, new service activations, service reactivations, service disconnections and more.

Cash N’ Go Business Development Manager Jevon Butler said, “Cash N’ Go is happy to partner with Cable Bahamas in Abaco. We see this as great synergy and look forward to our continued partnership.”

The new REV location opened to customers on Saturday, August 1, with operating hours from 8:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. on weekdays and 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. on Saturdays. The company’s move to the BAF Financial & Insurance building, also located on Don Mackey Boulevard, helps to expand Cash N’ Go’s “one-stop-shop” concept, as the location will be a multi-service facility for Cable Bahamas customers.

In addition to making bill payments at the Cash N’ Go store, Cable Bahamas subscribers can take advantage of several other pay options. These methods include payment via mail, personal bank web site, pre-authorized check, post-dated check, check-payment drop box and by credit card over the phone or via Cable Bahamas’ web site, at cablebahamas.com.

Cable Bahamas is the communications provider of choice and the first to offer triple play (voice, video, data) services in The Bahamas.

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