Dropped calls and delayed texts are common occurrences to mobile phone subscribers. But Globe telecoms is hoping for find a solution to these problems. Globe CEO Ernest Cu says his company is investing in a series of network upgrades and is looking into acquiring additional frequencies to decongest voice and data traffic. The company hopes to take over the bandwidth spectrum of a company called Cure, owned by Globe rival PLDT. PLDT is required to sell Cure as part of its agreement with the NTC when it purchased Digital in October 2009.
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