May 23, 2024

12 thoughts on “Pascasio Departure

  1. Hey John while you are in states check out Dish TV. I was talking to installer a couple of years ago about buying one and if it would work in the Philippines. He said it would if you lined it up to satellite. He said people in Mexico buys them and sets them up. He said the only requirement is you need state address so they can bill you every month like cable.

    1. I just may do that George. Would I have to ship the dish here? That would suck and probably deter me if I had to.

      1. Yes but as long as you do not take out of box and just slap address on it I see no problem. I shipped things to Philippines just strapped to wooden pallet and address on it and they arrived at house with no problem.

      2. Holy Cow I’m finally back online. I had big problems after returning from the trip. Still some problems but at least I can get on here.

        1. Still having some computer problems, maybe it will turn into another major problem. Will get back to doing posts tomorrow, if I can still get into the blog. Hopefully my shoulder will stop hurting by then and I won’t be in pain while typing.

  2. If you go to the AFN Pacific website, you can see what you get. You are getting whatever is shown to the Armed Forces. I like Big Brother. I get it the might after it shows in the states. I don’t know what receivers cost. I use a Cignal dish with my receiver.

    1. Oh okay. Cool. I’ve got several questions if you don’t mind sharing. How much are those satellites and receivers? Is it worth it to you to have it? Do you get live NFL games? Are they junky channels? How about a movie channel?
      Ok. That’s enough I guess. Maybe I and/or others living in the PI might want to get this too. I know I get tired of the same movies that they just repeat over and over … and over. And the Fox channel is getting about sorry with all the wrestling, Top 20 things, walking dead, animation domination and a few other things. Even those get repeated too many times.

      1. Check the AFN Pacific website. You get whatever games are broadcast to the Armed Forces. I really like it. You can check BX online for prices of receivers. You can use just about any dish with the receivers.

  3. I have it on Cebu. I got mine from an retired Army who never used it for $250.00. I don’t know what a new one would costm.

  4. I live in Lapu Lapu, and I bought mine from a retired Army. I paid $250.00. I would check with the VFW in Angeles and see if they know of anyone selling one Are if you are at one of the PACAF bases check the BX. It is great you get about 7 or 8 channel with some radio

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