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A unit of Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. is seeking talks with United States-based technology firm Apple Inc. as it sources manufacturers for a customized tablet-landline that it plans to market under its “Telpad” brand, a company official said on Tuesday.
In line with its multimedia strategy, telecommunications firm PLDT has launched a new service that offers free blockbuster movies to high-speed broadband subscribers using its fiber-to-the-home (FTTH) network.
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.
Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) is laying down more fiber-optic cable in the Visayas area to strengthen its nationwide backbone, allowing the company to deliver high-quality fixed or mobile services to more areas in the country.
Telecoms leader PLDT recently completed its suite of broadband services with the roll-out of PLDT Fibr, touted to bring the fastest connections, via fiber optic cables, directly to the home.
Consumers using their mobile devices to access the Internet will soon be treated to lightning speed connection as Philippine Long Distance Telephone (PLDT) and Smart Communications fast-track their joint fiber optic cable project, company officials said.
Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan became the first top corporate head honcho to join social networking site Twitter, showing everyone exactly why he leads the country’s largest telco.
Combine the compelling features of popular websites Amazon, eBay, Multiply, Craig’s List, as well as the good-old Yellow Pages, in one site and what you will get is www.pldtathome.com.
In the world of mobile computers, two features stand above everything else: battery life and Internet connectivity. Everything else follows.
Business tycoon Manuel V. Pangilinan has launched a new multi-million-dollar, long-term program that aims to support Filipino technology start-ups as part of his personal mission to promote a science and technology culture in the country.
Did you miss out on what’s hip last year due to slow, or worse, no Internet connection in places you love to hang out in?
Dominant mobile network Smart Communications is taking a second look at wireless fidelity (Wi-Fi) technology, often seen only in malls or coffee shops, as a way to connect more households across the country to the Internet.
Businesses today face the challenge of getting access to the right set of tools and support to boost crucial operations through cloud computing technologies.