The “lousy” services of two telecommunications giants have prompted the government to allow a third telecommunications carrier in the country, President Duterte said recently.Read more
A large foreign investment house posted its positive outlook for the Philippine telco sector and Globe Telecom in particular for 2018. Morgan Stanley released its research paper this month, entitled “ASEAN Telcos 2018 Outlook”, comparing Globe with other telco players in the ASEAN region with optimistic results.
President Duterte has asked China to become the third telecommunications operator in the country, Malacañang said yesterday.Read more
Globe Telecom’s commercial deployment of massive MIMO (multiple input, multiple output) technology is accelerating its bid to roll out 2 million home broadband lines, with speeds of at least 10 Mbps by 2020. This greatly enhances customer experience on Globe LTE network.
Now that the Court of Appeals has ruled that the P69-billion sale of San Miguel Corporation‘s (SMC) sale of its telco assets to Philippine Long Distance Telecom Co. and Globe Telecom is “deemed approved by operation of law,” we look forward to the two telco firms to go all-out with their programs to speed up their services.Read more
Globe Telecom President & CEO Ernest Cu kept his position as one of the most powerful telecommunication executives in the world with his inclusion in the elite list of Global Telecoms Business Power 100 for 2017. Getting this recognition for the fifth straight year, Cu is the only Filipino executive to make it to the Power 100 and among the top 12 in Asia.
Note that these titles aren’t coming from either Colombia Pictures, United International Pictures, or any Hollywood bigshot.
President Duterte has revealed that he had asked former Department of Information and Communications Technology secretary Rodolfo Salalima to resign from his post for favoring Globe Telecom.
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