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Friday, July 20, 2018

Find Out Which Country Has The Fastest Internet Speed Using This Interactive Map

In this millennial age where everyone put more importance on human interactions through social media rather than hanging out with real people doing actual conversations, good internet connection is very important. 
Did you ever wonder which country has the fastest internet speed?
In some countries, a pretty decent internet speed comes with a cost. In some parts of Asia, internet service providers charge too much for a slow internet connection and if you want it to be at an acceptable speed, you have to pay more.
So, if you are into an online business such as online selling or stock market trading, you need to invest on good internet connection if you want your business to succeed.
In this article, we will be informed about which country has the best internet speed. Our information will be based on the results gathered by Fastmetrics, one of the leading internet service providers in the U.S.
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In this millennial age where everyone put more importance on human interactions through social media rather than hanging out with real people doing actual conversations, good internet connection is very important.   Did you ever wonder which country has the fastest internet speed?  In some countries, a pretty decent internet speed comes with a cost. In some parts of Asia, internet service providers charge too much for a slow internet connection and if you want it to be at an acceptable speed, you have to pay more.  So, if you are into an online business such as online selling or stock market trading, you need to invest on good internet connection if you want your business to succeed.  In this article, we will be informed about which country has the best internet speed. Our information will be based on the results gathered by Fastmetrics, one of the leading internet service providers in the U.S.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links   To know the internet speed of any country, just hover your mouse over this interactive map.      Based on Akamai data and another external speed testing South Korea is the country with the fastest internet speed. With an average internet speed of 21.1Mbps above the global average, in the latter part of 2015.   In the first quarter of 2017, South Korean internet speeds are again significantly faster than the rest of the world. This is despite a small YoY speed decrease of -1.7%.   Average South Korean internet speeds of 28.6Mbps, exceed that of 2nd place Norway by 5.1Mbps.  An incredible 62.6% of internet connections in this country connect at speeds above 15Mbps.  80.5% of connections have an average speed faster than 10Mbps (or almost double the global average internet speed).   South Korea was the first country to complete the upgrade from dial-up internet to broadband, doing so in 2005. South Korea is also home to the most internet users per capita and the heaviest data usage worldwide.   Better government planning in South Korea has improved internet connection speeds across the country dramatically. Additionally, a competitive Korean ISP market has led to exceptional service levels for end users. In the city of Cheongju, average internet speeds to citizens of 124.5Mbps are standard. Further, 1Gbps internet plans are available in South Korea for just $20 USD.    Where is the fastest internet in the world?   In terms of the fastest internet connection speeds, (that are not scientific tests and available for consumer or business use), South Korea is also a world leader. Other Asian countries also have some of the fastest internets in the world. Japan and Hong Kong residents on average, connected at internet speeds above 16Mbps in Q4 of 2015.   The other worldwide region which is leading the way in the faster internet is Scandinavia. For a region with a much smaller population when compared to Asian, European and North American countries, Scandinavian countries have internet that connects at fast speeds and at scale.  Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Denmark ALL have average internet speeds above 16Mbps.  Denmark: 94% of internet connection speeds faster than 4Mbps in Q4 of 2015.  Norway: 44.7% of internet connection speeds above 15Mbps.  Sweden: 93% of internet speeds faster than 4Mbps.  Finland: 91% of internet connections faster than 4Mbps.   Apart from the concentrated Scandinavian region, The Netherlands, Switzerland, and Latvia provide some of the fastest internets in the world. These countries actually rank above Finland and Denmark for internet speed.      READ MORE:    Find Out Which Is The Best Broadband Connection In The Philippines   Best Free Video Calling/Messaging Apps Of 2018    Modern Immigration Electronic Gates Now At NAIA    ASEAN Promotes People Mobility Across The Region    You Too Can Earn As Much As P131K From SSS Flexi Fund Investment    Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement    Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer    Support And Protection Of The OFWs, Still PRRD's Priority

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To know the internet speed of any country, just hover your mouse over this interactive map.

Based on Akamai data and another external speed testing South Korea is the country with the fastest internet speed. With an average internet speed of 21.1Mbps above the global average, in the latter part of 2015.

In the first quarter of 2017, South Korean internet speeds are again significantly faster than the rest of the world. This is despite a small year-over-year(YoY) speed decrease of -1.7%.

Average South Korean internet speeds of 28.6Mbps, exceed that of 2nd place Norway by 5.1Mbps.
An incredible 62.6% of internet connections in this country connect at speeds above 15Mbps.
80.5% of connections have an average speed faster than 10Mbps (or almost double the global average internet speed).

South Korea was the first country to complete the upgrade from dial-up internet to broadband done in 2005. South Korea is also home to the most internet users per capita and the heaviest data usage worldwide.

Better government planning in South Korea has improved internet connection speeds across the country dramatically. Additionally, a competitive Korean ISP market has led to exceptional service levels for end users. In the city of Cheongju, average internet speeds to citizens of 124.5Mbps are standard. Further, 1Gbps internet plans are available in South Korea for just $20 USD.

Where is the fastest internet in the world?

In terms of the fastest internet connection speeds, (that are not scientific tests and available for consumer or business use), South Korea is also a world leader. Other Asian countries also have some of the fastest internets in the world. Japan and Hong Kong residents on average, connected at internet speeds above 16Mbps in the last quarter of 2015.

The other worldwide region which is leading the way in the faster internet is Scandinavia. For a region with a much smaller population when compared to Asian, European and North American countries, Scandinavian countries have internet that connects at fast speeds and at scale.
Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Denmark ALL have average internet speeds above 16Mbps.
Denmark: 94% of internet connection speeds faster than 4Mbps in Q4 of 2015.
Norway: 44.7% of internet connection speeds above 15Mbps.
Sweden: 93% of internet speeds faster than 4Mbps.
Finland: 91% of internet connections faster than 4Mbps.

Apart from the concentrated Scandinavian region, The Netherlands, Switzerland, and Latvia provide some of the fastest internets in the world. These countries actually rank above Finland and Denmark for internet speed.
In this millennial age where everyone put more importance on human interactions through social media rather than hanging out with real people doing actual conversations, good internet connection is very important.   Did you ever wonder which country has the fastest internet speed?  In some countries, a pretty decent internet speed comes with a cost. In some parts of Asia, internet service providers charge too much for a slow internet connection and if you want it to be at an acceptable speed, you have to pay more.  So, if you are into an online business such as online selling or stock market trading, you need to invest on good internet connection if you want your business to succeed.  In this article, we will be informed about which country has the best internet speed. Our information will be based on the results gathered by Fastmetrics, one of the leading internet service providers in the U.S.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links   To know the internet speed of any country, just hover your mouse over this interactive map.      Based on Akamai data and another external speed testing South Korea is the country with the fastest internet speed. With an average internet speed of 21.1Mbps above the global average, in the latter part of 2015.   In the first quarter of 2017, South Korean internet speeds are again significantly faster than the rest of the world. This is despite a small YoY speed decrease of -1.7%.   Average South Korean internet speeds of 28.6Mbps, exceed that of 2nd place Norway by 5.1Mbps.  An incredible 62.6% of internet connections in this country connect at speeds above 15Mbps.  80.5% of connections have an average speed faster than 10Mbps (or almost double the global average internet speed).   South Korea was the first country to complete the upgrade from dial-up internet to broadband, doing so in 2005. South Korea is also home to the most internet users per capita and the heaviest data usage worldwide.   Better government planning in South Korea has improved internet connection speeds across the country dramatically. Additionally, a competitive Korean ISP market has led to exceptional service levels for end users. In the city of Cheongju, average internet speeds to citizens of 124.5Mbps are standard. Further, 1Gbps internet plans are available in South Korea for just $20 USD.    Where is the fastest internet in the world?   In terms of the fastest internet connection speeds, (that are not scientific tests and available for consumer or business use), South Korea is also a world leader. Other Asian countries also have some of the fastest internets in the world. Japan and Hong Kong residents on average, connected at internet speeds above 16Mbps in Q4 of 2015.   The other worldwide region which is leading the way in the faster internet is Scandinavia. For a region with a much smaller population when compared to Asian, European and North American countries, Scandinavian countries have internet that connects at fast speeds and at scale.  Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Denmark ALL have average internet speeds above 16Mbps.  Denmark: 94% of internet connection speeds faster than 4Mbps in Q4 of 2015.  Norway: 44.7% of internet connection speeds above 15Mbps.  Sweden: 93% of internet speeds faster than 4Mbps.  Finland: 91% of internet connections faster than 4Mbps.   Apart from the concentrated Scandinavian region, The Netherlands, Switzerland, and Latvia provide some of the fastest internets in the world. These countries actually rank above Finland and Denmark for internet speed.      READ MORE:    Find Out Which Is The Best Broadband Connection In The Philippines   Best Free Video Calling/Messaging Apps Of 2018    Modern Immigration Electronic Gates Now At NAIA    ASEAN Promotes People Mobility Across The Region    You Too Can Earn As Much As P131K From SSS Flexi Fund Investment    Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement    Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer    Support And Protection Of The OFWs, Still PRRD's Priority
 When we talk about internet speed here, it is the actual average speed at any given time and not the maximum speed the ISPs provide. 



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Wednesday, July 11, 2018

Find Out Which Is The Best Broadband Connection In The Philippines

The internet service in the Philippines can be considered way far behind when it comes to speed compared to the internet services abroad which overseas Filipino workers (OFW) are using. You will get frustrated if you try to run a broadband speed test.
 Is there really such thing as the best broadband connection in the Philippines? 
That is the real dilemma if you have been using a fast internet abroad and you decided to come back home for good, much more if you do online business like stocks trading or online marketing where you need a decent internet speed.
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The internet service in the Philippines can be considered way far behind when it comes to speed compared to the internet services abroad which overseas Filipino workers (OFW) are using. You will get frustrated if you try to run a broadband speed test.   Is there really such thing as the best broadband connection in the Philippines?   That is the real dilemma if you have been using a fast internet abroad and you decided to come back home for good, much more if you do online business like stocks trading or online marketing where you need a decent internet speed.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links   These broadband plans are either connected by the usual copper (DSL) or fiber optic cables. All the plans are subject to availability in the area, especially plans 20Mbps and above since they require a fiber connection.        PLDT offers a 3mbps speed for their plan Php1, 299 which may not suit you if you are doing business over the internet. For their 100Mbps which is fairly decent internet speed, it will cost you Php2,899  and comes with free installation fee and a modem.      With the existing data capping by other networks which will render your internet speed extremely slow on the latter parts of the month when you already consumed your bandwidth, the best way to go is the unlimited internet offer from Globe Telecom.  you will be charged Php1,699 for you 5Mbps connection and Php2,899 for 100Mbps speed.    Another internet service provider which offers no data capping is Converge. For their 25Mbps of internet speed, it will cost you only Php1,500. Compared to Globe Telecom, they cost higher with their Php3,500 unlimited 100Mbps. The only problem is that they only have selected coverage areas and if you might be lucky enough if you live in one of the areas serviceable by them.    Sky Broadband does not only provide internet broadband service but cable TV channels as well. With unlimited usage offer, their 8Mbps speed costs Php1,599 and P3,999 for 64Mbps speed.     After checking all the broadband plans from the four major ISPs, we can say that Converge’s FiberX 1500 offers the best value all around — if you are in their serviceable area.   A 25Mbps connection is more than enough for your daily internet use even if the network is being used by many people. for the fastest speed, Globe’s Go Unli Plan 2899 is the best on the list.   It will cost you about PHP 2,899 for 100Mbps speed which is already powered by fiber connectivity, again, if your area is within fiber serviceable area which is currently very limited to certain places.    When it comes to freebies, Globe has the biggest offering while Converge has the barest offer to keep their price down.  READ MORE: 11 OFWs Illegally Detained In A Room For 1 Week, Asking For Help    ASEAN Promotes People Mobility Across The Region   You Too Can Earn As Much As P131K From SSS Flexi Fund Investment    Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement    Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer

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These broadband plans are either connected by the usual copper (DSL) or fiber optic cables. All the plans are subject to availability in the area, especially plans 20Mbps and above since they require a fiber connection.


The internet service in the Philippines can be considered way far behind when it comes to speed compared to the internet services abroad which overseas Filipino workers (OFW) are using. You will get frustrated if you try to run a broadband speed test.   Is there really such thing as the best broadband connection in the Philippines?   That is the real dilemma if you have been using a fast internet abroad and you decided to come back home for good, much more if you do online business like stocks trading or online marketing where you need a decent internet speed.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links   These broadband plans are either connected by the usual copper (DSL) or fiber optic cables. All the plans are subject to availability in the area, especially plans 20Mbps and above since they require a fiber connection.        PLDT offers a 3mbps speed for their plan Php1, 299 which may not suit you if you are doing business over the internet. For their 100Mbps which is fairly decent internet speed, it will cost you Php2,899  and comes with free installation fee and a modem.      With the existing data capping by other networks which will render your internet speed extremely slow on the latter parts of the month when you already consumed your bandwidth, the best way to go is the unlimited internet offer from Globe Telecom.  you will be charged Php1,699 for you 5Mbps connection and Php2,899 for 100Mbps speed.    Another internet service provider which offers no data capping is Converge. For their 25Mbps of internet speed, it will cost you only Php1,500. Compared to Globe Telecom, they cost higher with their Php3,500 unlimited 100Mbps. The only problem is that they only have selected coverage areas and if you might be lucky enough if you live in one of the areas serviceable by them.    Sky Broadband does not only provide internet broadband service but cable TV channels as well. With unlimited usage offer, their 8Mbps speed costs Php1,599 and P3,999 for 64Mbps speed.     After checking all the broadband plans from the four major ISPs, we can say that Converge’s FiberX 1500 offers the best value all around — if you are in their serviceable area.   A 25Mbps connection is more than enough for your daily internet use even if the network is being used by many people. for the fastest speed, Globe’s Go Unli Plan 2899 is the best on the list.   It will cost you about PHP 2,899 for 100Mbps speed which is already powered by fiber connectivity, again, if your area is within fiber serviceable area which is currently very limited to certain places.    When it comes to freebies, Globe has the biggest offering while Converge has the barest offer to keep their price down.  READ MORE: 11 OFWs Illegally Detained In A Room For 1 Week, Asking For Help    ASEAN Promotes People Mobility Across The Region   You Too Can Earn As Much As P131K From SSS Flexi Fund Investment    Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement    Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer

PLDT offers a 3mbps speed for their plan Php1, 299 which may not suit you if you are doing business over the internet. For their 100Mbps which is fairly decent internet speed, it will cost you Php2,899  and comes with free installation fee and a modem.
The internet service in the Philippines can be considered way far behind when it comes to speed compared to the internet services abroad which overseas Filipino workers (OFW) are using. You will get frustrated if you try to run a broadband speed test.   Is there really such thing as the best broadband connection in the Philippines?   That is the real dilemma if you have been using a fast internet abroad and you decided to come back home for good, much more if you do online business like stocks trading or online marketing where you need a decent internet speed.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links   These broadband plans are either connected by the usual copper (DSL) or fiber optic cables. All the plans are subject to availability in the area, especially plans 20Mbps and above since they require a fiber connection.        PLDT offers a 3mbps speed for their plan Php1, 299 which may not suit you if you are doing business over the internet. For their 100Mbps which is fairly decent internet speed, it will cost you Php2,899  and comes with free installation fee and a modem.      With the existing data capping by other networks which will render your internet speed extremely slow on the latter parts of the month when you already consumed your bandwidth, the best way to go is the unlimited internet offer from Globe Telecom.  you will be charged Php1,699 for you 5Mbps connection and Php2,899 for 100Mbps speed.    Another internet service provider which offers no data capping is Converge. For their 25Mbps of internet speed, it will cost you only Php1,500. Compared to Globe Telecom, they cost higher with their Php3,500 unlimited 100Mbps. The only problem is that they only have selected coverage areas and if you might be lucky enough if you live in one of the areas serviceable by them.    Sky Broadband does not only provide internet broadband service but cable TV channels as well. With unlimited usage offer, their 8Mbps speed costs Php1,599 and P3,999 for 64Mbps speed.     After checking all the broadband plans from the four major ISPs, we can say that Converge’s FiberX 1500 offers the best value all around — if you are in their serviceable area.   A 25Mbps connection is more than enough for your daily internet use even if the network is being used by many people. for the fastest speed, Globe’s Go Unli Plan 2899 is the best on the list.   It will cost you about PHP 2,899 for 100Mbps speed which is already powered by fiber connectivity, again, if your area is within fiber serviceable area which is currently very limited to certain places.    When it comes to freebies, Globe has the biggest offering while Converge has the barest offer to keep their price down.  READ MORE: 11 OFWs Illegally Detained In A Room For 1 Week, Asking For Help    ASEAN Promotes People Mobility Across The Region   You Too Can Earn As Much As P131K From SSS Flexi Fund Investment    Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement    Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer

With the existing data capping by other networks which will render your internet speed extremely slow on the latter parts of the month when you already consumed your bandwidth, the best way to go is the unlimited internet offer from Globe Telecom.
you will be charged Php1,699 for you 5Mbps connection and Php2,899 for 100Mbps speed.
The internet service in the Philippines can be considered way far behind when it comes to speed compared to the internet services abroad which overseas Filipino workers (OFW) are using. You will get frustrated if you try to run a broadband speed test.   Is there really such thing as the best broadband connection in the Philippines?   That is the real dilemma if you have been using a fast internet abroad and you decided to come back home for good, much more if you do online business like stocks trading or online marketing where you need a decent internet speed.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links   These broadband plans are either connected by the usual copper (DSL) or fiber optic cables. All the plans are subject to availability in the area, especially plans 20Mbps and above since they require a fiber connection.        PLDT offers a 3mbps speed for their plan Php1, 299 which may not suit you if you are doing business over the internet. For their 100Mbps which is fairly decent internet speed, it will cost you Php2,899  and comes with free installation fee and a modem.      With the existing data capping by other networks which will render your internet speed extremely slow on the latter parts of the month when you already consumed your bandwidth, the best way to go is the unlimited internet offer from Globe Telecom.  you will be charged Php1,699 for you 5Mbps connection and Php2,899 for 100Mbps speed.    Another internet service provider which offers no data capping is Converge. For their 25Mbps of internet speed, it will cost you only Php1,500. Compared to Globe Telecom, they cost higher with their Php3,500 unlimited 100Mbps. The only problem is that they only have selected coverage areas and if you might be lucky enough if you live in one of the areas serviceable by them.    Sky Broadband does not only provide internet broadband service but cable TV channels as well. With unlimited usage offer, their 8Mbps speed costs Php1,599 and P3,999 for 64Mbps speed.     After checking all the broadband plans from the four major ISPs, we can say that Converge’s FiberX 1500 offers the best value all around — if you are in their serviceable area.   A 25Mbps connection is more than enough for your daily internet use even if the network is being used by many people. for the fastest speed, Globe’s Go Unli Plan 2899 is the best on the list.   It will cost you about PHP 2,899 for 100Mbps speed which is already powered by fiber connectivity, again, if your area is within fiber serviceable area which is currently very limited to certain places.    When it comes to freebies, Globe has the biggest offering while Converge has the barest offer to keep their price down.  READ MORE: 11 OFWs Illegally Detained In A Room For 1 Week, Asking For Help    ASEAN Promotes People Mobility Across The Region   You Too Can Earn As Much As P131K From SSS Flexi Fund Investment    Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement    Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer
Another internet service provider which offers no data capping is Converge. For their 25Mbps of internet speed, it will cost you only Php1,500. Compared to Globe Telecom, they cost higher with their Php3,500 unlimited 100Mbps. The only problem is that they only have selected coverage areas and if you might be lucky enough if you live in one of the areas serviceable by them.
The internet service in the Philippines can be considered way far behind when it comes to speed compared to the internet services abroad which overseas Filipino workers (OFW) are using. You will get frustrated if you try to run a broadband speed test.   Is there really such thing as the best broadband connection in the Philippines?   That is the real dilemma if you have been using a fast internet abroad and you decided to come back home for good, much more if you do online business like stocks trading or online marketing where you need a decent internet speed.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links   These broadband plans are either connected by the usual copper (DSL) or fiber optic cables. All the plans are subject to availability in the area, especially plans 20Mbps and above since they require a fiber connection.        PLDT offers a 3mbps speed for their plan Php1, 299 which may not suit you if you are doing business over the internet. For their 100Mbps which is fairly decent internet speed, it will cost you Php2,899  and comes with free installation fee and a modem.      With the existing data capping by other networks which will render your internet speed extremely slow on the latter parts of the month when you already consumed your bandwidth, the best way to go is the unlimited internet offer from Globe Telecom.  you will be charged Php1,699 for you 5Mbps connection and Php2,899 for 100Mbps speed.    Another internet service provider which offers no data capping is Converge. For their 25Mbps of internet speed, it will cost you only Php1,500. Compared to Globe Telecom, they cost higher with their Php3,500 unlimited 100Mbps. The only problem is that they only have selected coverage areas and if you might be lucky enough if you live in one of the areas serviceable by them.    Sky Broadband does not only provide internet broadband service but cable TV channels as well. With unlimited usage offer, their 8Mbps speed costs Php1,599 and P3,999 for 64Mbps speed.     After checking all the broadband plans from the four major ISPs, we can say that Converge’s FiberX 1500 offers the best value all around — if you are in their serviceable area.   A 25Mbps connection is more than enough for your daily internet use even if the network is being used by many people. for the fastest speed, Globe’s Go Unli Plan 2899 is the best on the list.   It will cost you about PHP 2,899 for 100Mbps speed which is already powered by fiber connectivity, again, if your area is within fiber serviceable area which is currently very limited to certain places.    When it comes to freebies, Globe has the biggest offering while Converge has the barest offer to keep their price down.  READ MORE: 11 OFWs Illegally Detained In A Room For 1 Week, Asking For Help    ASEAN Promotes People Mobility Across The Region   You Too Can Earn As Much As P131K From SSS Flexi Fund Investment    Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement    Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer
Sky Broadband does not only provide internet broadband service but cable TV channels as well. With unlimited usage offer, their 8Mbps speed costs Php1,599 and P3,999 for 64Mbps speed.
The internet service in the Philippines can be considered way far behind when it comes to speed compared to the internet services abroad which overseas Filipino workers (OFW) are using. You will get frustrated if you try to run a broadband speed test.   Is there really such thing as the best broadband connection in the Philippines?   That is the real dilemma if you have been using a fast internet abroad and you decided to come back home for good, much more if you do online business like stocks trading or online marketing where you need a decent internet speed.  Advertisement         Sponsored Links   These broadband plans are either connected by the usual copper (DSL) or fiber optic cables. All the plans are subject to availability in the area, especially plans 20Mbps and above since they require a fiber connection.        PLDT offers a 3mbps speed for their plan Php1, 299 which may not suit you if you are doing business over the internet. For their 100Mbps which is fairly decent internet speed, it will cost you Php2,899  and comes with free installation fee and a modem.      With the existing data capping by other networks which will render your internet speed extremely slow on the latter parts of the month when you already consumed your bandwidth, the best way to go is the unlimited internet offer from Globe Telecom.  you will be charged Php1,699 for you 5Mbps connection and Php2,899 for 100Mbps speed.    Another internet service provider which offers no data capping is Converge. For their 25Mbps of internet speed, it will cost you only Php1,500. Compared to Globe Telecom, they cost higher with their Php3,500 unlimited 100Mbps. The only problem is that they only have selected coverage areas and if you might be lucky enough if you live in one of the areas serviceable by them.    Sky Broadband does not only provide internet broadband service but cable TV channels as well. With unlimited usage offer, their 8Mbps speed costs Php1,599 and P3,999 for 64Mbps speed.     After checking all the broadband plans from the four major ISPs, we can say that Converge’s FiberX 1500 offers the best value all around — if you are in their serviceable area.   A 25Mbps connection is more than enough for your daily internet use even if the network is being used by many people. for the fastest speed, Globe’s Go Unli Plan 2899 is the best on the list.   It will cost you about PHP 2,899 for 100Mbps speed which is already powered by fiber connectivity, again, if your area is within fiber serviceable area which is currently very limited to certain places.    When it comes to freebies, Globe has the biggest offering while Converge has the barest offer to keep their price down.  READ MORE: 11 OFWs Illegally Detained In A Room For 1 Week, Asking For Help    ASEAN Promotes People Mobility Across The Region   You Too Can Earn As Much As P131K From SSS Flexi Fund Investment    Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement    Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer

After checking all the broadband plans from the four major ISPs, we can say that Converge’s FiberX 1500 offers the best value all around — if you are in within their serviceable area. 

A 25Mbps connection is more than enough for your daily internet use even if the network is being used by many people.
for the fastest speed, Globe’s Go Unli Plan 2899 is the best on the list. 

It will cost you about PHP 2,899 for 100Mbps speed which is already powered by fiber connectivity, again, if your area is within fiber serviceable area which is currently very limited to certain places. 

When it comes to freebies, Globe has the biggest offering while Converge has the barest offer to keep their price down.

READ MORE:

11 OFWs Illegally Detained In A Room For 1 Week, Asking For Help

ASEAN Promotes People Mobility Across The Region

You Too Can Earn As Much As P131K From SSS Flexi Fund Investment

Survey: 8 Out of 10 OFWS Are Not Saving Their Money For Retirement

Dubai OFW Lost His Dreams To A Scammer

©2018 THOUGHTSKOTO

Monday, June 05, 2017

Top 10 Small Business Every Filipino Can Start With Minimal Capital

They said if you want to get rich, start a business you know how to manage. These days there is much small business every Filipino can start with a minimal capital. But make sure you choose a business where you enjoy and take it seriously. Also, don't forget that business management is also important as well as money or capital because, without it, you cannot start a small business.



They said if you want to get rich, start a business you know how to manage. These days there is much small business every Filipino can start with a minimal capital. But make sure you choose a business where you enjoy and take it seriously. Also, don't forget that business management is also important as well as money or capital because, without it, you cannot start a small business.


Here are 10 top business in the Philippines, with just minimal capital to start with;

10. Ukay-ukay

There are many entrepreneurs who success in ukay-ukay business. There are people who already buys a car and house through their Ukay-ukay business. You don't need to start it big. If you have a small capital, invest it with your time and effort, looking for good Ukay-ukay items you can re-sell with your friends. If you are good in Ukay-ukay, you can buy clothes at P20-100.00 and re-sell it for P50-P150 or even higher.

But if you have capital, you can start a real Ukay-ukay business. Make sure you manage well you capital for goods, rent for you commercial space and other things you might need in your business.

According to some Ukay-ukay owners, items from US, Canada, Europe, and Japan are the most saleable because of their brands.



9. Printing Business

Occasions are not complete without tarpaulins such as welcome parties, birthdays, weddings and all other important events in life, even death.

All you need to do is a printing system as the most important investment you can make for your printing business.

Aside from tarpaulin printing, you can add, business card printing, vinyl signs, and other printing needs.

If you have skills in designing in front of the computer, this business is very good for you. Election time is a bonus for your business since it is a time of the season where income is high.

8. Detergent and soap business

Everybody takes a bath which means, everybody needs a soap. On the other hand, the detergent is needed to wash clothes. Soap and detergent are basic needs of a person. This is the reason it is a good business. There is market return, including detergent powder, dishwashing liquids and fabric conditioner you can buy online or from a direct supplier that you can re-sell in your area. Social Media is a big help too to market your product. You can also learn soap making on the internet and add it to your business.
7. Street Food Business

A capital and a food cart and good location. This is all you need to start a street food business. You can start selling kwek-kwek, isaw, fish ball. Just make sure your food is clean and katakam-takam.
6. Photography.

Everybody loves the photo. If you own a digital camera, or you have a passion for taking pictures, take this to another level and make it a business. You can start offering this service with your friends, families, and relatives. Just ask a minimal or enough payment while you are starting and establishing your name. 

Eventually, if your photos and service are good, you will get referrals and your market will expand. From a simple photo shoot, you can now try your best on weddings, baptism and other milestone events in life.
5. Food cart business

Aside from street food, you can also try Food cart business through the franchise. It has been tried and tested that is why risk is not much. So can choose a wide variety of food cart business, such as selling waffle, siomai, hot dogs, noodle and many others.
4. Online Selling

Very common nowadays. You can use your Facebook or Instagram account to sell a wide variety of goods, from cell phones, clothes, accessories, shoes etc. In this kind of business, you can do it anytime, anywhere with the use of smartphone or computer. All you need is the right product to market.

Even paying online is not a problem because Paypal does exist.

3. Rice Store Business

Considered to be one of the basic needs of a person. There is no question about the marketability of your rice business. You, yourself eats rice, your family does, and your neighbor does. It means finding a costume is not a problem. All you need to get is a good business location.
2. Baking

If you love baking, why not make money out of it? Cakes complete every happy celebration like birthdays, monthsarry's and anniversaries, Mother's and Father's Day, baptism and many other Filipino occasions. You can bake cake and cupcakes for every occasion or bread, pastries and other sweets for everyday life. Just make sure your product is "so masarap" so that you will be having a regular customer.

1. Sari-sari store.
A business that never gets old. From small tianggi, your can make it to a sari-sari store if you are good at managing it. It is easy to put up and maintain. You can add other business too such as e-load business or a rice store. If you are industrious enough and having good backyard space, you can plant vegetable and sell it in your store for additional profit.

There are a lot of things we can do for living from a small capital. If we have that will do to, we can. Remember, big things often have small beginnings.

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Wednesday, November 16, 2016

WARNING TO HONG KONG OFWS: A FILIPINA HSW FIRED BY EMPLOYER OVER MULTI-LEVEL MARKETING


Let this story serve as a warning to the OFWs working in Hong Kong to refrain from any activities to seek extra money, moreso being involved in a multi-level marketing scheme or networking.


A household service worker, in her 40's, and an Ilocana, has been fired by her employer after the employer found out  that the HSW is trying to get recruits for the Multi-level Marketing Company.
The HSW has been reported by the employer to the Hong Kong Immigration Department. They investigated her for possible breach of work contract  and has been deported back to the Philippines after few days of staying in the shelter.
The employer said that they do not want to have any involvement in any problems that may arise  because of  the HSWs recruitment activities.

The authorities said that  the HSW stayed for only almost a year on her employer  and that is her first job contract in Hong Kong.
20 Filipino domestic helpers has been victimized by a spurious investment scheme, Emgoldex.
Nearly 500 Filipinos in Hong Kong as well as their relatives in the Philippines allegedly invested at least P36,000 each in the scheme. 
Recruiters promised return of investments between P180,000 and P360,000 but later discovered that their money has vanished in thin air. However, the Philippines’ Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) eventually sued Emgoldex, Global Intergold, and Prosperous Infinite Philippines Holdings Corp. for selling securities without a license.


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Sunday, September 11, 2016

LABATT WARNS OFWS IN HONGKONG AGAINST OFFERS FROM ONLINE SELLERS

LABATT WARNS OFWS IN HONGKONG AGAINST OFFERS FROM ONLINE SELLERS
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Hongkong Labor Attaché Jalilo de la Torre has issued a warning to the OFWs in Hongkong  against an ad that is making rounds in the social media site,Facebook enticing people to sell products online for extra income.He advised the OFWs based in Hongkong to ignore such invitations as it is illegal for a foreign household service worker to do so in the territory.

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Dela Torre  also warned the person whom posted the video that he would report her to the concerned agencies in Manila such as POEA and DTI.
The post invites readers to become entrepreneurs by viewing the videos, which entice viewers to sign up with the promoter as seller of various cosmetic and health products through networking with as little capitalization as P500.
The promotion was posted on Aug. 26 on De la Torre’s FB wall. As of Sept. 2, the unwanted post already had nearly 4,000 viewers on De la Torre’s page, but had been blocked since.
As with similar other consumer product networking campaign, whether legitimate or scams, the promotion plays on the common dream of OFWs to work and earn big money at home without having to leave their loved ones.
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