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Wizz is a new provider of triple-play , its advertising has begun to invade the entire state and is offered as an alternative to the dominant Megacable, as they have simple packages where you can combine the internet, telephony and cable television.

Their offer is based on economic prices and "simplicity" , since up to now they only count on three packages:

TV

The first of them is TV Max that for 200 pesos a month offers 89 channels in SD quality, up to four extensions without additional charge and paying the same rent, and only 100 pesos of installation.

Or, we can choose the HD Max package which for 250 pesos a month grows the offer up to 129 SD and 40 HD channels, but here of the four extensions only one offers the content in high definition, but we can contract additional extensions for an extra cost, as well as premium channels or a DVR decoder to record content, in the same way the installation is maintained at 100 pesos.

Telephony + Internet

This package offers for 230 pesos per month the telephone service with unlimited calls to all of Mexico, the United States and Canada, in addition to internet of up to 5 megabytes, where the telephone set and the WiFi modem are included at no additional cost. charges for installation.

Telephony + Internet + TV Max

And finally the most complete package, which for 250 pesos a monthoffers the three services with the same benefits under the basic television service, where they mention that later there will also be a package with the three services under HD.

 

 
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On 7/18/2019 at 11:19 AM, Mostlylost said:

Wizz is a new provider of triple-play , its advertising has begun to invade the entire state and is offered as an alternative to the dominant Megacable, as they have simple packages where you can combine the internet, telephony and cable television.

Their offer is based on economic prices and "simplicity" , since up to now they only count on three packages:

TV

The first of them is TV Max that for 200 pesos a month offers 89 channels in SD quality, up to four extensions without additional charge and paying the same rent, and only 100 pesos of installation.

Or, we can choose the HD Max package which for 250 pesos a month grows the offer up to 129 SD and 40 HD channels, but here of the four extensions only one offers the content in high definition, but we can contract additional extensions for an extra cost, as well as premium channels or a DVR decoder to record content, in the same way the installation is maintained at 100 pesos.

Telephony + Internet

This package offers for 230 pesos per month the telephone service with unlimited calls to all of Mexico, the United States and Canada, in addition to internet of up to 5 megabytes, where the telephone set and the WiFi modem are included at no additional cost. charges for installation.

Telephony + Internet + TV Max

And finally the most complete package, which for 250 pesos a monthoffers the three services with the same benefits under the basic television service, where they mention that later there will also be a package with the three services under HD.

 

I have been with WIZZ by default after Telecable was taken over with them. The price quoted in this post for TV only is not what I have been paying still do pay, its 315 Pesos per month.
 
 
 

 

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