Bulk TV named top DIRECTV L&I provider

Bulk TV & Internet

Bulk TV & Internet is recognized as DIRECTV lodging & institutions dealer of the year for the eighth consecutive year. The award recognizes the top DIRECTV provider for the L&I segment that has excelled in new activations, customer service and retention throughout the year.

“Bulk TV’s commitment and passion for serving our partners with excellence has raised the bar for all DIRECTV dealers in this market, and we are thrilled to present them with this award for the eighth year in a row,” said Doug Eichler, vice president of DIRECTV commercial sales for AT&T. “Bulk TV is a valuable DIRECTV provider and truly deserves this recognition for their hard work and dedication throughout the year.”
 
Bulk TV custom engineers and builds DIRECTV television solutions complete with project management, professional installation and round-the-clock technical support. As a commercial provider, Bulk TV offers published, bulk DIRECTV programming rates and leading edge technologies. The company experienced record annual sales growth in 2015 for total new customers by securing over 98,000 rooms in the L&I segment.
 
“2015 was a year of record achievements for our company,” said Dave O'Connell, CEO of Bulk TV. “Our position as an industry-leading provider and continued growth is attributed to our distinguished team of devoted employees, our loyal customers, and our strong collaboration with DIRECTV.”
 
In addition to customer acquisition, this award also recognizes customer retention. Bulk TV maintains a strong commitment to providing products, services and support that best fits its customer’s needs and attributes to the company keeping client churn to a minimum.

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