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Monday, December 11, 2017

Third Party Company Providing Up to 200Mbps Speed To Break Telco Duopoly In The Philippines


The telecommunications business has been dominated by two giants PLDT and Globe Telecom eversince, leaving Filipinos with no choice but to avail their internet services. According to surveys, the internet connection in the Philippines is among the slowest internet speed in the world at a higher subscription cost.  Students, Overseas Filipino Workers and their families, companies and individuals with online businesses depend on reliable internet connection. The poor internet speed is evident that even Alibaba Executive, Jack Ma came to experience it when he visited the country and he said that the internet in the Philippines is "not good".  President Rodrigo Duterte said that he will allow foreign players to enter the Philippine telecommunications market to provide good quality internet service for the Filipinos.     Just recently, a telecommunications service provided which offers up to 200mbps of internet speed at a lower cost was chosen to enter the Philippine market. This initiative is according to the President's mandate to provide Filipinos with affordable internet service without sacrificing the speed and quality.  Sponsored Links  Presidential Communications Operations Office Secretary  Martin Andanar said that the government has chosen China Telecom, the biggest telco in China and duly registered in Hong Hong Stocks Exchange, to be the third player that will break the telco duopoly in the country.    In China, the citizens are paying 196 Chinese Yuan for a months subscription with speed of 100mbps, that is only around P1,200+. Whereas in the Philippines, that same cost is good only for 3mbps speed.  Letting foreign internet providers in the Philippine market allowing competition will make drastic changes in the internet package pricing and speed and the Filipinos are expected to benefit from it especially the OFWs.  However, Andanar clarified that before China Telecom can enter the local market, it needs to be tied in a local partner in accordance with the existing laws. Foreign company shares should not exceed to 40% with its Philippine partner.  Source: Inquirer.net       Advertisement  Read More:                 ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO


The telecommunications business has been dominated by two giants PLDT and Globe Telecom eversince, leaving Filipinos with no choice but to avail their internet services. According to surveys, the internet connection in the Philippines is among the slowest internet speed in the world at a higher subscription cost.
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Students, Overseas Filipino Workers and their families, companies and individuals with online businesses depend on reliable internet connection. The poor internet speed is evident that even Alibaba Executive, Jack Ma came to experience it when he visited the country and he said that the internet in the Philippines is "not good".






President Rodrigo Duterte said that he will allow foreign players to enter the Philippine telecommunications market to provide good quality internet service for the Filipinos.

Just recently, a telecommunications service provided which offers up to 200mbps of internet speed at a lower cost was chosen to enter the Philippine market. This initiative is according to the President's mandate to provide Filipinos with affordable internet service without sacrificing the speed and quality.
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Presidential Communications Operations Office Secretary  Martin Andanar said that the government has chosen China Telecom, the biggest telco in China and duly registered in Hong Hong Stocks Exchange, to be the third player that will break the telco duopoly in the country.
In China, the citizens are paying 196 Chinese Yuan for a months subscription with speed of 100mbps, that is only around P1,200+. Whereas in the Philippines, that same cost is good only for 3mbps speed.
Letting foreign internet providers in the Philippine market allowing competition will make drastic changes in the internet package pricing and speed and the Filipinos are expected to benefit from it especially the OFWs.
However, Andanar clarified that before China Telecom can enter the local market, it needs to be tied in a local partner in accordance with the existing laws. Foreign company shares should not exceed to 40% with its Philippine partner.
Source: Inquirer.net
The telecommunications business has been dominated by two giants PLDT and Globe Telecom eversince, leaving Filipinos with no choice but to avail their internet services. According to surveys, the internet connection in the Philippines is among the slowest internet speed in the world at a higher subscription cost.  Students, Overseas Filipino Workers and their families, companies and individuals with online businesses depend on reliable internet connection. The poor internet speed is evident that even Alibaba Executive, Jack Ma came to experience it when he visited the country and he said that the internet in the Philippines is "not good".  President Rodrigo Duterte said that he will allow foreign players to enter the Philippine telecommunications market to provide good quality internet service for the Filipinos.     Just recently, a telecommunications service provided which offers up to 200mbps of internet speed at a lower cost was chosen to enter the Philippine market. This initiative is according to the President's mandate to provide Filipinos with affordable internet service without sacrificing the speed and quality.  Sponsored Links  Presidential Communications Operations Office Secretary  Martin Andanar said that the government has chosen China Telecom, the biggest telco in China and duly registered in Hong Hong Stocks Exchange, to be the third player that will break the telco duopoly in the country.    In China, the citizens are paying 196 Chinese Yuan for a months subscription with speed of 100mbps, that is only around P1,200+. Whereas in the Philippines, that same cost is good only for 3mbps speed.  Letting foreign internet providers in the Philippine market allowing competition will make drastic changes in the internet package pricing and speed and the Filipinos are expected to benefit from it especially the OFWs.  However, Andanar clarified that before China Telecom can enter the local market, it needs to be tied in a local partner in accordance with the existing laws. Foreign company shares should not exceed to 40% with its Philippine partner.  Source: Inquirer.net       Advertisement  Read More:                 ©2017 THOUGHTSKOTO

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