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Jobless soon: 400 consultants of scrapped 3rd telco player

Jun 30, 2016 - 5:39 PM

Due to a change in business direction all 400 consultants under BellTel will lose their jobs by September this year

'BLINDSIDED'. 'We are disappointed. We felt cheated,' one of the over 160 terminated consultants says

The other side of San Miguel's telco buyout

Jun 17, 2016 - 6:07 PM

Over 900 workers and hundreds of cell sites face uncertainty because of the San Miguel deal with PLDT and Globe

UNFULFILLED TELCO AMBITION. Despite the botched partnership with Telstra Corporation, San Miguel was expected to launch this 2016 its mobile services through BellTel

Globe, PLDT activate 1st 700 MHz cell sites

Jun 07, 2016 - 5:30 PM

3rd UPDATE Globe will initially activate 200 LTE cell sites using the 700 MHz frequency while PLDT plans to roll out 360 cell sites this year

HEAD-TO-HEAD. Globe and PLDT say the 700 MHz frequency is key to provide faster internet speeds in the country, as it can easily penetrate buildings and walls and has greater coverage with fewer infrastructure needed

Think tank urges gov't review of San Miguel telco assets sale

Jun 02, 2016 - 7:03 PM

The Foundation for Economic Freedom also calls on Congress to conduct a probe into the deal

MAKING A DENT. Monopolies and duopolies in strategic sectors like telecommunications are the reasons the Philippine economic growth for the past years is not making a dent in the poverty rate

San Miguel says it barely made money from telco divestment

May 31, 2016 - 6:34 PM

San Miguel s Ramon Ang says PLDT and Globe approached the conglomerate regarding the buyout of its telecommunication assets

MIXED SENTIMENTS. Shares of San Miguel go up after the announcement of the sale of its telco business. In the photo is Ramon Ang. Photo by Agence-France Presse

San Miguel's sale of telco business: Will consumers benefit?

May 31, 2016 - 8:00 AM

The Philippines major telco rivals stand together raising concerns about competition and consumer interest

NOT A TYPICAL DEAL. With San Miguel entrusting its prized 700 megahertz spectrum to Globe and PLDT, will this mean better, more reasonable Internet services for subscribers? Photo from Shutterstock

San Miguel selling telco assets to PLDT, Globe

May 30, 2016 - 9:29 AM

4th UPDATE San Miguel sells its telecommunication business to PLDT and Globe a couple of months after its talks with Telstra Corporation failed

MIXED SENTIMENTS. Shares of Globe and PLDT went up after the announcement of the acquisition of San Miguel's telco business. In the photo are Ramon Ang (L), Ernest Cu (C), and Manuel Pangilinan (R)