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Setting another unprecedented milestone in Philippine telecommunications, Globe Telecom is giving the telco’s over 36 million subscribers free access to Facebook on mobile phones for an initial period of three months. Globe worked closely with Facebook to enable customer experience innovations for the best free Facebook offer yet.
Let’s face it, you chose to live in an exclusive subdivision because you are protective of your family.
The mobile communications unit of Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. outperformed competitor Globe Telecom Inc. in the second quarter in terms of quality of service, the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) said in a statement.
The country’s two major telecommunications providers have denied claims that weak signals played a major role in the delayed transmission of results in Monday’s elections.
Despite falling behind its rivals in terms of government benchmark scores for basic voice services, Globe Telecom continues to be seen by the public as the “better” network in delivering high-speed wireless broadband services, according to a recent Nielsen survey.
A man was recently arrested in Sta. Ana, Manila, for allegedly selling illegal telecommunication devices in a buy-bust operation initiated by Globe Telecom and antifraud operatives.
Globe Telecom postpaid users may experience difficulty in subscribing to various promotions for voice calls, short-messaging service (SMS) and mobile Internet for three days next month as the company launches its new $90-million computer system.
There is no denying how more and more Pinoys are enjoying the online life via smartphones. In fact, according to Ericsson’s Mobility Report, Filipinos are the world’s fourth fastest growing mobile Internet users, with five million new users during the third quarter of 2012.
Landline phone users in General Santos City and South Cotabato are set to enjoy lower voice call rates following the successful interconnection of the country’s two largest phone networks.
The Philippine National Police (PNP) on Wednesday filed with the Department of Justice a criminal complaint against two Taiwanese nationals allegedly involved in cybercrimes.
Ayala-led Globe Telecom is on track for further growth with a growing postpaid base supported by network transformation and an expanding Philippine economy, officials say during the Globe Innovation Forum in Makati City.
Even as it focuses on growing its postpaid user base, Ayala-led Globe Telecom has launched a new promo offer that promises lower call and text rates for prepaid subscribers who make up the bulk of the company’s user base.
Globe Telecom Inc. of the Ayala group has beaten rival mobile networks in offering subscribers roaming services using the next generation of high-speed wireless communication standard.