We reported last month that local operator Globe Telecom will offer the first commercial 5G service in the Philippines in July.
Not long ago, transport network company Grab announced that the Bus Marketplace — a service in which you can book your bus tickets in advance — is already in its app. At least for Filipino commuters who had preregistered for it.
The Huawei Y9 Prime 2019, the company’s first all-screen phone with a pop-up camera (next to the Huawei P Smart Z, of course), hit stores in the Philippines earlier today with a suggested retail price of P12,990 or about $254 off contract.
We all know it as Mislatel, which is composed of China Telecommunications Corporation and Davao-based businessman Dennis Uy’s Udenna Corporation and Chelsea Logistics and Infrastructure Holdings Corporation.
The trade ban that the Donald Trump administration imposed on Huawei amid tensions between the United States and China may be lifted soon.
Philippine Savings Bank, the thrift banking company under the Metrobank Group, has unveiled PaSend for its customers who need to send money to other people instantly.
Xiaomi Philippines is finally going to have an official retail presence outside Luzon, as it is set to open a kiosk in Cebu.
The retailer-initiated Huawei full-refund program in place in the Philippines is now being offered in two other countries as well.
Huawei continues to defy its troubles with the Trump administration with product launches and store openings. Just today in the Philippines, for example, the company formally opened its 150th experience store in the country.
Ever since we got a Rock Space Hi-Tensile 3-in-1 charging cable for our coverage of MWC 2019 in Barcelona, Spain, it’s been with us to every event we’ve attended. It’s convenient, it’s useful… it just makes things easier for people like us who tend to bring many gadgets because of work. Best of all, it’s super, super, suuuuppppeer durable.