The aggressive roll-out is intended to further push the already significant network advantage of PLDT and Smart and support its active campaign for more revenues.PLDT earlier reported a net income of P6.7 billion in the first quarter, down by 3 percent from a year ago.Third, full disclosure: We’re currently using PLDT’s fiber service in the house, while our office away from home is hooked up to Sky’s broadband box.
If you’ll have a hard time checking the Google sheet, you can refer to the table underneath it.
There are plenty of good offers out there even if you’re not looking for a super-fast connection that can comfortably cater to a large family.
said Tuesday it will borrow more than P21 billion in the second half to refinance debt and partly fund the 2019 capital expenditures.
“The total borrowing is a little more than P21 billion, mostly [through] bilateral banks,” PLDT chief financial officer Anabelle Chua said in a recent interview.
“Our partnership with Google Philippines is a testament to how PLDT is constantly looking for ways to broaden our services and provide our customers with relevant and timely technologies,” First Vice-President and Head of Enterprise Core Business Solutions Jojo Gendrano said in the statement.
“As customers further embrace digital, the fundamental challenge for micro and small businesses would be how they could participate in this online economy to compete and grow their business,” he added.SEE ALSO: Globe vs PLDT vs Converge ICT: Our experience so far Unfortunately for us, Globe’s wired internet isn’t available at our current home address, but we’re planning to sign up to a Converge fiber-internet plan once our lock-in with PLDT expires this year.Also: We’re limiting this post to broadband plans for residential customers; enterprise plans are typically more complicated and might require a tailor-made deal.“We are committed to driving inclusive growth for the Philippines’ digital economy.One way to achieve this is through upskilling MSMEs with effective digital tools such as Google My Business,” Google Philippines Country Marketing Head Gabby Roxas was quoted as saying in the statement. has entered a partnership with Google Philippines to offer an online business listing for micro-, small- and medium-sized enterprises (MSMEs).PLDT Enterprise said in a statement Tuesday it is teaming up with the tech giant to have a verified Google My Business listing for MSMEs on the Google website.He headed the gadgets-merchandising division of one of the Philippines’ largest retail operators somewhere in between.His latest addiction is the comments section of viral Facebook posts.She said the proceeds from the loan would be used to refinance debt and support capex.PLDT allocated P78.4 billion for 2019 capex, up by P20 billion from 2018.