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Friday, November 09, 2018

Up to 55Mbps Internet Speed In The Philippines, Are You Ready?

Are you tired of your snail-like internet speed? Do you suffer unlimited buffering while trying to watch a movie online? Do you experience lag on your gaming? Are you an overseas Filipino worker having trouble connecting with your family due to a slow internet connection? In the Philippines, the telecommunication business is dominated by the two huge companies Philippine Long Distance Telecommunications Company (PLDT) and Globe Telecom. Recently a new telco player Mislatel was selected to join the competition which is anticipated to bring quality services, good internet rates and of course, better internet speed and competitive internet service packages.
Are you tired of your snail-like internet speed? Do you suffer unlimited buffering while trying to watch a movie online? Do you experience lag on your gaming? Are you an overseas Filipino worker having trouble connecting with your family due to a slow internet connection? In the Philippines, the telecommunication business is dominated by the two huge companies Philippine Long Distance Telecommunications Company (PLDT) and Globe Telecom. Recently a new telco player Mislatel was selected to join the competition which is anticipated to bring quality services, good internet rates and of course, better internet speed and competitive internet service packages.      Ads  Sponsored Links      The Philippines' provisional third telco wants to bring internet connection speeds to nearly as fast as Singapore, a Cabinet official said Thursday.  Mislatel, a joint venture between China Telecom and Davao tycoon Dennis Uy, pledged a minimum speed of 27 Mbps in its pilot year, according to Department of Information and Communications Technology officer in charge Eliseo Rio.  Globe Telecom and PLDT Inc offer up to 10 Mbps in their most basic packages, although subscribers often complain about getting less of what they are actually paying.  The new telco promise to bring speeds up to 55 Mbps by the second year of operations, Mislatel will be "nearly at par" with speeds in Singapore according to Rio.  If it fails to fulfill its commitments, the government would take back the frequency awarded to Mislatel and collect a P14-billion performance bond. Mislatel will be given six months grace period to comply said DICT. Mislatel is expected to begin its services and accepting subscribers by the middle of 2019.  President Rodrigo Duterte had pushed for third telco player to challenge PLDT and Globe, and improve communication and internet services in the Philippines.  The Philippines was once named as the country with the slowest internet in the world, next only to Afghanistan.   Filed under the category of internet speed, watch a movie online, overseas Filipino worker, Philippines, telecommunication, Philippine Long Distance Telecommunications Company (PLDT), Globe Telecom, Mislatel, internet rates,

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The Philippines' provisional third telco wants to bring internet connection speeds to nearly as fast as Singapore, a Cabinet official said Thursday.

Mislatel, a joint venture between China Telecom and Davao tycoon Dennis Uy, pledged a minimum speed of 27 Mbps in its pilot year, according to Department of Information and Communications Technology officer in charge Eliseo Rio.

Globe Telecom and PLDT Inc offer up to 10 Mbps in their most basic packages, although subscribers often complain about getting less of what they are actually paying.

The new telco promise to bring speeds up to 55 Mbps by the second year of operations, Mislatel will be "nearly at par" with speeds in Singapore according to Rio.

If it fails to fulfill its commitments, the government would take back the frequency awarded to Mislatel and collect a P14-billion performance bond. Mislatel will be given six months grace period to comply said DICT.
Mislatel is expected to begin its services and accepting subscribers by the middle of 2019.

President Rodrigo Duterte had pushed for third telco player to challenge PLDT and Globe, and improve communication and internet services in the Philippines. The Philippines was once named as the country with the slowest internet in the world, next only to Afghanistan.


Filed under the category of internet speed, watch a movie online, overseas Filipino worker, Philippines, telecommunication, Philippine Long Distance Telecommunications Company (PLDT), Globe Telecom, Mislatel, internet rates, 
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