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UH football Pay-Per-View package for 2010-2011 season

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) - Oceanic Time Warner Cable and KFVE are rolling out the biggest Pay-Per-View (PPV) package in UH history. The package includes nearly all of the regular season football games, plus a glimpse into the Wahine Volleyball Classic and men's basketball events.

All but one home football game will be in High-Definition. The PPV package contains six away games, and six home games.

The UH Athletic department will offer a special discount on away game PPV packages for UH football season-ticket holders. They will pay $99 for the package while regular Oahu residents will pay slightly more at $300 for these away games if purchased separately.

For Oahu Cable Customers, the PPV package is $420 for renewals; just under the $500 for new purchases. Individual games cost slightly more if purchased separately. Neighbor Islands pay half of Oahu prices, except in the $99 away game package.

Also, all new and renewal PPV package customers will get a certificate good for free attendance to two UH Athletics events. These can be used for men's volleyball, women's basketball, or men's baseball games played at home in the 2010-2011 season.

Even more, the PPV package offers Oceanic's 13-channel Digital Sports Pak until December 31, 2010 for no extra charge.

KFVE General Manager John Fink said, "With home football in HD, a great wahine volleyball tournament, early season men's basketball, and a solid road schedule as part of this year's Pay-Per-View package, we believe this option is once again a great alternative for interested fans who cannot go or choose not to go to these UH events."

To order UH PPV, you can call Oceanic Time Warner Cable at 643-2337 or tune to digital channel 254, or visit www.oceanic.com.

Copyright 2010 Hawaii News Now. All rights reserved.

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