PowerVu Keys

ABS CBN Intelsat 19 166°E PowerVu Keys Frequency 2020

ABS-CBN TV Plus (formerly Sky TV+ and stylized as ABS-CBN TVplus) is a Philippine encrypted digital terrestrial television provider owned and operated by ABS-CBN Convergence, a subsidiary of ABS-CBN. The service distributes digital set-top boxes, as well as freemium and free-to-view digital TV channels, Broadcast Markup Language, Emergency Warning Broadcast system, and pay per view services to select areas in the Philippines. In order to avail the service, users must buy an ABS-CBN TVplus set-top box and activate it through ABS-CBNmobile SIM (until around the 2nd quarter of 2018 when activation requirement of channels through other mobile networks became available). As of February 2020, ABS-CBN TVplus has sold over 9 million units of its set-top boxes

ABS  CBN Satellite: Intelsat 19 166°E
Frequency:  4180 H 30000

ABS CBN Intelsat 19 166°E PowerVu Keys Frequency 2020

PowerVu : 00: D2 78 0E B7 92 D1 43
PowerVu : 01: 09 55 7D AD 19 DB 5D


Product typeDTT Set-top box
DTT Mobile TV Dongle
Produced byAtlanta DTH, Inc.[1][2][3]
Introduced2011 (free trial)
February 11, 2015 (commercial release)
Ambassador(s)For ABS-CBN TV Plus:
Sarah Geronimo
Coco Martin
For ABS-CBN TV Plus Go:
Anne Curtis
TaglineAng Mahiwagang Blackbox” (The Magical Blackbox)
Websitetvplus.abs-cbn.com tvplusgo.abs-cbn.com

ABS-CBN Corporation initially applied for a license from the National Telecommunications Commission to operate a digital terrestrial television service in the country back in 2007 ABS-CBN planned to utilize multiplex to offer ABS-CBN, the former Studio 23 (now S+A), and 5 additional specialty TV channels. The conglomerate is expecting to spend around ₱1 billion annually for the next 5 years for their DTT transition.  ABS-CBN utilized UHF channel 51 Manila (695.143 MHz), later UHF Channel 43 (647.143 MHz), for test broadcasts in the DVB-T format. ABS-CBN was expected to begin digital test broadcasts In January 2009

In 2010, the NTC announced that it would formally adopt the Japanese standard ISDB-T for digital broadcasting and issued a circular for ordering the entire country’s television networks to switch-off their analog services on December 31, 2015 at 11:59 p.m. Philippine Standard Time (UTC+8).[9] But due to a delay by the release of the implementing rules and regulations for digital television broadcast, the target date was moved to 2023


A set-top box (STB), also colloquially known as a cable box is an information appliance device that generally contains a TV-tuner input and displays output to a television set and an external source of signal, turning the source signal into content in a form that can then be displayed on the television screen or other display device. They are used in cable television, satellite television, and over-the-air television systems, as well as other uses.

According to the Los Angeles Times, the cost to a cable provider in the United States for a set-top box is between $150 for a basic box to $250 for a more sophisticated box. In 2016, the average pay-TV subscriber paid $231 per year to lease their set-top box from a cable service provider

Related Articles

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back to top button