Philippines has been seeing numerous improvements thanks largely to the telco industry’s sustained investments in network infrastructure development.
The COVID Action Network, made up of civil society organizations and youth groups, emphasized the important role of Internet connectivity as a weapon to defeat the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.
Telco and digital services provider PLDT continues to expand its fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) services in the country’s key urban centers.
PH telco giant earmarked historic-high capex at P78.4 Billion for improved customer services.
The U.S. Embassy in the Philippines awarded a P23.8 million grant to DICT to support implementation of the Philippines NBN Project.
In an increasingly digitizing world, the country’s existing policy framework has not changed much since 1995.
Mobile analytics firm OpenSignal releases their “State of Mobile Video” report in September 2018 with an experience-oriented focus: quality of mobile video.
From 700Mbps, the said upgrade can now deploy speeds of up to 2.4Gbps that will allow the company to enable better digital experiences for their customers.
Cagayan is among the latest provinces where Smart has ramped up the rollout of sites for Long Term Evolution (LTE) and LTE-Advanced (LTE-A), the best technologies to deliver fast, affordable, and reliable mobile internet services.