Watch ABS-CBN Shows On Your Smartphone Using Smart Prepaid or Postpaid Account Soon!

I have two confessions to make.

First, apart from my laptop, smartphone, and camera, the television is probably my favorite 'gadget'. I love watching TV and for me, it's one of the best ways to destress.

Second, I grew up watching shows on ABS-CBN -- yep, including all those cartoons and telenovelas. And to this day, from time to time, I still watch Kapamilya shows like Showtime, Pinoy Big Brother, and all those teleseryes featuring JaDine and KathNiel.

See, I'm no different from many of you, TP Friends!

iWantTV, ABS-CBN Smart

And that's why I got excited when I learned that ABS-CBN is officially partnering with PLDT and Smart Communications to bring the most popular shows of country's leading TV network to our smartphones and laptops so we can watch them anytime we want, at our own convenience.

ABS-CBN Smart, Manny V Pangilinan, Eugenio Lopez III
Photo Credit: Smart Communications

Last Monday - September 26, 2016, PLDT Group headed by its Chairman - Mr. Manny V. Pangilinan - inked a deal with ABS-CBN Corporation led by its Chairman - Mr. Eugenio Lopez III - to allow PLDT Home, Smart Prepaid, and Smart Postpaid to access the latter's most loved TV programs on their smartphones, tablets, and computers using the iWant TV app and website (shown in the first photo of this TP post).

According to Smart, using iWantTV[dot]com[dot]ph and the iWant TV mobile application that can be downloaded for free via Google Play Store for Android devices and Apple App Store for the iPhone or iPad, Smart subscribers may stream the past and current ABS-CBN shows including On the Wings of Love, Ang Probinsiyano, and Til I Met You, among many other classics.

Within the next few weeks, PLDT Home and Smart subscribers like me should be able to sign-up or log-in to iWant TV using their numbers or accounts and begin watching their favorite ABS-CBN shows -- even those that are more than three days old.

Stay tuned for updates!

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