DITO Telecommunity, the country’s third telco, today unveiled new prepaid offers in time for the 123rd Philippine Independence Day on June 12.
The first limited-time promo GOMO offered when it launched in the Philippines end-2020 is back.
A Taiwanese company is still the biggest smartphone chip maker in the world.
It’s sale season in the Philippines once again, and the online-retail space should be one of your go-to places to score the best deals on just about every product you could imagine.
Smart Communications, one of the Philippines’ biggest telecommunications companies alongside Globe Telecom, has announced a limited-edition SIM card for prepaid users, and the product offers 24GB of non-expiring data you can use for all websites and apps.
The recent weeks may have underscored the volatility of the cryptocurrency world, but the sharp dips could be what the market needs to get more people investing into Bitcoin and other digital assets. If you’re a GCash user, today’s news should prove exciting for crypto holders and users.
Xiaomi has broken yet another world record — nah, make that “world records” — with what it announced earlier today, May 31.
Xiaomi caught us by surprise today, May 30. The world’s third biggest smartphone vendor has revealed that it’s announcing something big tomorrow.
The latest numbers from internet analysis and testing company Ookla are in, and the results show that nationwide mobile and fixed-broadband speeds have improved a bit. The Philippines moved up two ranks for mobile and a rank for fixed broadband in Ookla’s Speedtest Global Index for April 2021.
The Philippines’ third telco now covers its most populated region. DITO Telecommunity, as expected, has officially launched its mobile services in the National Capital Region (hello, Metro Manila).
You can now enjoy satellite-broadband internet in the Philippines, albeit for a hefty fee. Cignal Connect is now available in the Philippines, initially to Luzon-based customers, but with coverage in Visayas and Mindanao to follow.
Wondering when the Philippines’ third major telecommunications player is launching in Metro Manila? We finally have a date.
Which smartphones were most popular in the Asia-Pacific region in the first quarter of 2021? In a new report by a market-research firm, the top three spots belonged to Apple‘s newest models.
In a recent tweet, Manuel V. Pangilinan, who holds top positions within the MVP Group — which includes PLDT, Smart Communications, and Meralco, among other mega companies in the Philippines — revealed that Cignal will soon offer satellite-internet services on the local market. It is scheduled to launch May 15. Cignal is the country’s largest pay- and satellite-TV provider.
We’ve been waiting for local information ever since research firms started releasing their first-quarter reports on the global smartphone market. Now, we finally have it, albeit without any analysis.
The Qualcomm Snapdragon 888 is easily the most powerful chipset we’ve ever tested to date. It can run anything you throw at it without really breaking a sweat. And as we’ve noted time and again in our reviews, such as our test of the ASUS ROG Phone 5, its benchmark scores are much higher than its flagship competition.
If you’re running low on cash and the next payday isn’t until a couple of weeks, Grab has something you might want to try out. Assuming you qualify for it, of course.
More than a month after its March 8 commercial launch, initially covering 15 pilot areas in Metro Cebu and Metro Davao, DITO Telecommunity is finally in Luzon.
According to IDC’s report, OPPO was the top smartphone vendor in the Philippines in the fourth quarter of 2020. In another market-research firm’s tracker, there was a different No. 1 — but it’s a brand that’s still part of the same conglomerate that owns OPPO.
Earlier today, LG announced it will exit the mobile-phone business by July 31. We can’t say we didn’t see it coming. But it’s also something we didn’t want to happen even if we had sort of a falling out after we published the story No more LG phone business in PH, so G8 ThinQ won’t arrive here, which was picked up by international sites. We’ve always believed that more competition is better for consumers.