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Mabilis na internet connection
« on: October 17, 2013, 10:34:08 AM »
Im just wondering, alin ba ang ok na internet services na offer ngayon ng mga Telcos?

Does anyone here have an idea? Balak kasi naman magpakabit e. Ok ba yung PLDT fibr?

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Mabilis na internet connection
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Re: Mabilis na internet connection
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2014, 09:53:21 PM »
mabilis nga daw yang fiber optics n yan

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Re: Mabilis na internet connection
« Reply #2 on: March 17, 2015, 04:51:59 PM »
Well you can check these Internet Service Providers. Not so sure though kung alin dyan ang mas mabilis... depende siguro sa location mo.

PLDT/Smart/Sun Cellular. The biggest player in the group is the combined force of PLDT with Smart and Sun Cellular under its hood. The latest subscriber count is close to 4 million broadband users. PLDT DSL Plan starts at Php999 for 1Mbps.

Globe/Innove. The second largest service provider with a subscriber count of at least 2.8 million broadband users. It is a joint venture between the Ayalas and SingTel. Plan starts at Php999 for 2Mbps with 10GB bandwidth.

Eastern Telecoms. Eastern Telecoms provide DSL, evoDSL and IDS services in Metro Manila, Laguna, Baguio, Cavite, Batangas and Cebu. Plan starts at Php1,000 for 2Mbps and Php1,500 for 4Mbps.

Bayantel. Owned and operated by the Lopezes, Bayantel provides DSL, leased lines and nomadic wireless internet. Globe is bidding to acquire Bayantel, a move that PLDT is opposing. They service parts of Metro Manila and Bicol. Plans start ar Php999 with 1Mbps, Php1,099 for 2Mbps, Php1,299 for 3Mbps, Php1,699 for 4Mbps and Php2,099 for 5Mbps.

Wi-Tribe. Wi-Tribe is a Qatar based internet services provider company operating in Qatar, Pakistan, Jordan and Philippines. In the Philippines, they are part of Qtel and San Miguel. They started operating in 2010 by offering WiMax services in Metro Manila and neighboring cities/provinces. Plan starts at Plan 598 for 1Mbps.

Destiny Cable Internet. Aside from providing cable TV services, Destiny also offers residential internet, starting with 1Mbps for only Php799 a month. Plan starts at Php1,299 for 1Mbps.

Sky Broadband. A subsidiary of Sky Cable, Sky Broadband offers cable internet speeds of up to 200Mbps, the fastest residential offering in the country. Plan starts at Php999 for 3Mbps.



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Re: Mabilis na internet connection
« Reply #3 on: June 09, 2017, 08:50:13 AM »
Nakita nyo na eto guys? Ano masasabi nyo dito?









Out of a total 75 countries, the Philippines ranked an extremely low 72nd. Speed-wise, the Philippines placed at an abysmal 71st. The country’s local telcos have a LOT of catching up to do, eh?

Head over to OpenSignal’s report for more detailed info and analysis.


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