ePLDT is the only Filipino company to win a Microsoft Partner of the Year award at Inspire 2017. Rappler talks to the head of its Disruptive Business Group on the sidelines of the Microsoft conference
It will be available for existing PLDT Home subscribers for only P199/month
Arsenio Balisacan, the first chairperson of the Philippine Competition Commission, says he is not one to run away from challenges
Metro Pacific Investments Corporation, the sister company of PLDT, buys the telco's remaining stake in Beacon for P21.8 billion
DICT Secretary Rodolfo Salalima assures commuters the connection is not only fast, but also secure
The telco is projecting savings of around P7 billion over several years from outsourcing its IT to IBM, and is still eyeing selling the rest of its stake in Meralco
'We are open anytime, but the offer must be acceptable to us,' says Manuel V. Pangilinan
After the 1st 30 minutes, users can extend for P20 for two hours valid for two days or P50 for 10 hours valid for 5 days
PLDT chairman Manuel Pangilinan says the telco chose Makati as a test case because of its reach as a premier financial center
On May 30, PLDT and Globe complete the P69.1-B payment to San Miguel. PCC says this is meant to preempt the appellate court and Supreme Court rulings
The transaction values SPi Global at $330 million (P16.42 billion)
Rocket Internet almost quadruples its losses in 2016 to €741 million ($807.441 million). PLDT owns a 6.1% stake in the German tech firm.
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Labor Secretary Silvestre Bello III says they found out that contracted employees are performing jobs that are core to PLDT's operations
The Philippine Competition Commission wants to be allowed to review the transaction between San Miguel, PLDT, and Globe
The Supreme Court affirms its rejection of a petition that alleges the SEC guidelines on foreign ownership were ‘tailor-made’ to allow PLDT to skirt the cap set by the Constitution
General Santos is PLDT's first 'Fibr City' in Mindanao, allowing the telco to bring 'ultra fast' internet speed there
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Tony Tan Caktiong, Chairman and Founder of Jollibee, is a true “Bossing” not because he knows how to succeed – but because he knows how to dream big
How can the Philippines have cheaper and better internet? Here are recommendations from the Philippine Competition Commission.
The Philippines' two telco giants lower the cost of mobile voice calls as competition heightens
The expansion is part of Smart's 3-year network rollout plan, where it told the NTC that it will make LTE progressively available to users in 1,551 cities and municipalities by 2018
The deal that brought together two of the biggest conglomerates in the country is recognized as the most innovative and complex
The network's goal is to provide by 2020 at least 10 Mbps connection to households 'from north to south' at an affordable price
Information and Communications Technology Secretary Rodolfo Salalima says there will be no public bidding for the recalled radio frequencies, unless President Rodrigo Duterte orders otherwise
PLDT chief Manuel V. Pangilinan says he wants to ensure all or most of the 1,000 affected employees will be absorbed by IBM
PLDT says its subsidiary, Smart Communications Incorporated, closed 2016 with 63.03 million subscribers against rival Globe Telecom's 62.8 million subscribers
The CA's Special 12th Division orders the PCC to remove from its website its preliminary statement of concern, containing an initial finding that the deal 'is likely to substantially prevent, restrict, and lessen competition' in the telco industry'
But the franchise extension might require the telco giant to list on the Philippine Stock Exchange
Whether you are gaming, streaming, or simply browsing, this powerful wireless router makes it seamless and lag-free
Representatives of the foreign players have visited the National Telecommunications Commission headquarters to inquire about its planned spectrum auction seen to entice a 3rd major telco player
In a recent visit to the Huawei headquarters, PLDT chief Manuel V. Pangilinan signs an agreement with the president of a unit of the Chinese ICT giant
Mobile data now the telcos biggest contributor to total mobile revenues at 38% compared to 37% for voice
The telco's franchise, granted way back in March 1992, is set to expire this March
While the past years have seen sharp declines in the price-per-Mbps rates of broadband packages, they remain costly compared to other countries
The two former Miss USA winners will cover Miss Universe for PLDT's social media page
The 3-hour dinner is organized by former president and now Deputy Speaker Gloria Macapagal-Arroyo and Presidential Consultant for Entrepreneurship Joey Concepcion
The telco says its subscribers can experience improved coverage and quality of voice calls, SMS, and mobile internet as it expands its network in the next 3 months
All these form part of PLDT’s P48-billion capital spending budget for 2016
Manuel V. Pangilinan reacts to GMA Network's major shareholders' pronouncement that they are open to selling their shares 'at the right price'
As fiber Internet connection becomes more available, our lifestyle and productivity improve
(UPDATED) The High Court decides on a 2013 case involving PLDT's alleged attempt to skirt the constitutional cap on foreign ownership in public utilities
The GMA Network chief says his camp and the Duavit and Jimenez groups are willing to sell all their shares 'if the price is right'
Pokemon GO, virtual reality's emergence, the creation of the Department of Information and Communications Technology – these are among the 10 that make this year's list of best and worst of tech in 2016
Last November 23, PLDT SME Nation recognized 8 outstanding Filipino entrepreneurs for their achievements in driving their businesses towards inclusive growth. See the highlights here
(UPDATED) With the reduced interconnection rates, the NTC expects retail rates for voice calls to be 'lowered by about P1 per minute'
While the weaker peso means higher debt servicing for the government, it is 'positive' for some firms whose revenues are denominated in US dollars
The telecommunications companies and the power distributor say they are also trying to improve their services and make these more affordable