This Christmas season, we can always find joy in our family.

That’s why SKYdirect and Star Cinema brought together the cast members of “Hello, Love, Goodbye,” — the highest grossing Filipino movie of all time that has been noted for tackling the lives of our OFWs in Hong Kong — to bring joy to a chosen OFW family here in the Philippines.

Jeffrey Tam, Lovely Abella, Kakai Bautista, and Joross Gamboa helped in surprising the family of Rosario “Baby” de Guzman, a Hong Kong-based domestic helper of 24 years who has missed countless Christmas celebrations with her family. The HLG Barkada brought early Christmas joy to Baby’s family whom she misses dearly. They got to enjoy a simple salu-salo, early Christmas gifts, and their very own SKYdirect subscription.

“I am so happy because my wish came true! They already have SKYdirect. And also thank you to all of you, I am given the opportunity to make them happy and feel their sincerity in return. To SKYdirect and the “Hello, Love, Goodbye” family, I am so grateful,” Baby said after the surprise of HLG Barkada to her family.

Joy is definitely here with SKYdirect, as it brings families more chances to bond together, with its array of top-rating and exclusive channels in high definition. Through its “Joy is Here” campaign, new SKYdirect subscribers will have FREE access to “Hello, Love, Goodbye” pay per view, plus 10 extra channels —ABS-CBN HD, ABS-CBN Sports+Action HD, Yey, Cinemo, DZMM Teleradyo, Knowledge Channel, Jeepney TV, GMA, TV5, and CNN Philippines—even without the initial load. For new subscribers who will load Plan 150 and up for the first time, they will be given FREE plan upgrade of the next higher plan. All these and more for only Php2,599.00 initial cash-out.

To watch how the HLG Barkada brought joy to Baby’s family, and to know more how you can bring joy to your own families anywhere in the Philippines, visit mysky.com.ph/joyishere.

SKYdirect is the direct-to-home satellite service of SKY Cable Corporation which brings happiness and important information because of the various cable channels made available for Filipino families anywhere in the country. For more information, go to mysky.com.ph or follow SKYdirectph on Facebook.