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Charging stations are also available in some areas
Syniverse estimates it would take about 18 months to set up the support mechanism for the Mobile Number Portability Law in the Philippines
Globe says its personnel are doing their best to restore mobile and internet services in areas affected by Typhoon Ursula (Phanfone)
The two-minuter, by local telecom and media giant Globe, shows just how imaginative fans of the Star Wars franchise can be
Kids and kids at heart got to experience Frozen 2’s Enchanted Forest at SM Mall of Asia last November 22
Data usage continues to send Globe's earnings soaring
(UPDATED) Globe will provide Internet access to 27 barangay health centers, the University of Makati, the Ospital ng Makati, and city hall
They kicked off the partnership at the Globe-Siargao Sustainability Week
Globe subscribers' data usage continues to rise, while texts and calls drop by double digits
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Get a chance to be one of the young designer-entrepreneurs who will take part in the Designer Mentorship Program
GCash, in partnership with World Wildlife Fund-Philippines, will work on the reforestation, management, and protection of the forest in Ipo watershed in Bulacan
There is no advisory yet on when services will be fully restored
(UPDATED) PLDT says current products 'will continue to function normally' on the PLDT-Smart network, while Globe says the current situation 'will not impact its network services'
It's a good 1st quarter for Globe, with its net income jumping by 40% on the back of customers' higher data usage
Globe says the commercial pilot launch this June will be for home subscribers outside Metro Manila
A nationwide disruption of the Globe internet services lasts from 1:30 am to 8 am, Friday, April 12
Join Jonathan Yabut as he looks for the metro's best and coolest work spaces
'As we’ve said many times, [Huawei] supplies the equipment but we run the network – and so, what’s attached to our network and what goes through it,' Ernest Cu says in a Bloomberg TV interview
Mobile data usage lifts Globe Telecom's finances, while revenues from text messages and calls slow down
Globe experiences a 'wrong-send'
The 8-digit format ensures a sufficient resource pool to cater to the rapid growth of landline customers in major cities
The petitioners ask the Supreme Court to make the frequency available for other telecommunications companies
(3rd UPDATE) Smart and Globe offer free charging and calling stations in affected areas
'Effective July 5, 2018, all Globe prepaid load, including those with denominations below P300, will carry a one-year expiration period,' Globe announces
PLDT chief Manuel Pangilinan says his firm does not see the need to share any of its existing network elements, including cellular towers
Globe President and CEO Ernest Cu also says Globe has allotted $850 million this year 'to improve its data network and address the increasing demand in video streaming and gaming'
The Ayala-led company says the creation of an independent cell tower firm would significantly reduce the time needed for a new player to roll out
(3rd UPDATE) Globe announces past 4 pm that they have restored their system for prepaid and Globe at Home users. Postpaid and platinum users will continue to experience 'intermittent' mobile data.
GCash and Alipay launch a new QR code for Chinese Alipay users in the Philippines, while Filipino GCash users would eventually be able to pay via their digital wallets in China, too
With the launch of Globe Gaming, the telco looks to repeat its strategy of building new revenue streams around specific content, similar to what it has done with music, videos, and live events
The partnership, the companies say, will offer gamers better access to local, regional, and global eSports competitions, as well as original content and exclusive programming
Globe subscribers can call #77777 for free to have Shakey's delivered, and will eventually be able to pay for both in-store and delivery orders using Globe's GCash app
The net income of the Ayala Group's holding firm hits P30.3 billion in 2017, with Ayala Land leading the subsidiaries
The Department of Information and Communications Technology says the surrendered 3G frequency is now available for a new major telecommunications player
'In that way, mas madali buhay nila.... At kung meron mang binawas sa 'yo, 'di ka nag-opt in, puwede kang mag-complain,' says Senator Paolo Benigno Aquino IV
'Let us not allow our countrymen to be victims of theft,' says Senator Paolo Benigno Aquino IV as his committee is set to probe the 'nakaw-load' scheme
Globe president Ernest Cu also says the firm is looking at divesting all or part of its tower assets to independent tower companies
A 2011 agreement states that the National Telecommunications Commission would bid out the surrendered Cure frequencies, with PLDT being given monetary compensation. President Rodrigo Duterte now refuses to give that compensation.
The Ayala-led telecommunications giant projects between $850 million and $900 million as annual capital spending budget until 2020
'We want to assure our customers that we have clauses in our contracts with partner content providers which penalize those who resort to fraud,' says Globe Telecom
It would take a grind of 3-4 years to settle the corporate and regulatory issues before the third player could operate in the local market, which is being dominated by the duopoly of the PLDT Group and Globe Telecom
The acting chief of Department of Information and Communication Technology (DICT) says these 3 groups will each be led by Converge ICT Solutions Incorporated, Now Corporation, and Philippine Telegraph & Telephone Corporation (PT&T)
The Department of Information and Communication Technology (DICT) has a tall order from the Philippine president: Launch a major 3rd telecom player by March 2018. Prospective entrants think the timeline is too short.
The telco and the oil firm identify an initial 14 Shell stations for their new partnership
Presidential Communications Secretary Martin Andanar also says names of companies interested to be the country's 3rd telco player would likely be known by March
(UPDATED) The new rule applies to prepaid load worth P300 and above starting January 6. Load worth less than P300 will only be covered by July 5.
Free Wi-Fi services are also available in Tacloban City, says the telco
The telco says 'the cumbersome number of permits' as well as right-of-way issues hamper its delivery of good internet service