The newly-installed cell towers in 23 provinces and one city will further improve the call, SMS and data experience of more than 100,000 Globe customers as demand for connectivity continues to rise especially in areas where many households depend on the internet for work from home and distance learning requirements, it said.
“This is just the start because Globe recognizes the value of connectivity as the rest of the country continues to cope with the demands of the new normal. Our aggressive network builds and investments in areas that matter to us, where our customers need the service they deserve, will continue in 2021,” said Joel Agustin, Globe senior vice president for program delivery.
“Our rollouts in previously underserved areas will set the stage for more builds as we reach out to more far-flung areas in the country,” he said.
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