Converge and Pacific Kabelnet launches VISION Xperience Box gaming

Families can now play together especially this holiday season!

In July 2021, Converge ICT Solutions proved that they are more than just an internet service provider by launching a new add-on service, called the VISION Xperience Box in partnership with Pacific Kabelnet, which allowed its subscribers to enjoy multi-genre TV programs and shows in the comfort of their homes. 


In December 2021, Converge stayed committed to letting Filipinos experience better through the newest feature of the VISION Xperience Box: a family game called “Conrad’s Happy City”. With the intention of setting industry-driving meaningful initiatives for its subscribers, Converge ICT is the first ISP to introduce an online branded game.


Converge and Pacific Kabelnet launches VISION Xperience Box gaming


With more people and families staying at home, casual games have become a critical entertainment experience. From the usual games in their personal computers to downloading different apps on their mobile, casual and competitive games have paved its way into the daily routine of Gen Zs, millennials, and even late adopters, like parents, to the gaming era.


Brought to life by mgames, Mineski Global’s social gaming platform with over 200 exclusive casual games, Converge elevates its VISION Xperience Box by introducing its own game, Conrad’s Happy City. In the game, Converge’s Mascot Conrad has a mission to keep the city happy, one internet connection at a time! As Conrad jumps over communities, each sad gray house turns into a vibrant and happy home powered by Converge FiberX internet connectivity— saving households from bad internet experience.


Through the Vision Xperience Box and Converge FiberX, families can bond more with each other without investing on expensive game consoles as Converge can bring the real experience of playing video games on the big screen. Enabled by Wi-Fi or bluetooth, the box does not require connectivity to any cable wires and can easily be connected to a mouse, gamepad, keypad, and other devices. As the new year comes, families can maximize their bonding sessions and enjoy turbocharged internet speeds, making their gaming session seamless. 


Aside from the newly added feature, Vision customers can enjoy rewards and incentives as they play the game. Players with the best scores in the leaderboard may enjoy Converge limited edition merchandise. 




Converge customers can enjoy playing this game and watching their favorite shows and movies for as low as P99/month for 65 channels and P299/month for 82 channels. This easy-to-set-up service comes with reliable security features and enhanced artificial intelligence that provides quick, one-click access to channels, Google apps, online games, and OTT apps like HBO Go, Amazon Prime, YouTube, and Spotify. Meanwhile, Converge subscribers with an existing Vision Xperience Box do not need to purchase another box to play the game – an automatic gaming feature software upgrade will be notified on your screen.


“Just like the game’s mission, Converge remains committed to resolving our fellow Filipinos’ problem of bad online experience— one household at a time. Whether through our pure end-to-end fiber backbone or our value added services, we will continue to delight customers at every touchpoint possible,” added Converge Chief Operations Officer, Jesus Romero.


Converge continues to delight its customers with upgraded products and services, letting them feel that the company is more than ready to connect with its subscribers.


Vision is a product of Pacific Kabelnet offered by Converge to its subscribers in NCR as a value added service that offers all in one entertainment experience. To learn more about Vision, visit 


Eli has 28 years of extensive IT sales expertise in Data, voice and network security and integrating them is his masterpiece. Photography and writing is his passion. Growing up as a kid, his father taught him to use the steel bodied Pentax and Hanimex 135mm film and single-direction flash, Polaroid cameras, and before going digital, he used mini DV tape with his Canon videocam. He now shoots with his Canon EOS 30D. Photography and blogging is a powerful mixture for him.

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