Mobile Number Portability is set to launch in the Philippines, allowing consumers in the country to easily switch to a telecommunications provider of their choosing while retaining their mobile number.
Local telco challenger DITO Telecommunity said Thursday that it has expanded to 18 more locations in the Philippines, bringing its total covered areas to 158 cities and municipalities.
Following its launch in the National Capital Region, DITO Telecommunity revealed today that it has expanded its cellular services to 17 more areas.
DITO Telecommunity, the country’s third telco, today unveiled new prepaid offers in time for the 123rd Philippine Independence Day on June 12.
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).
Wondering when the Philippines’ third major telecommunications player is launching in Metro Manila? We finally have a date.
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.
DITO Telecommunity’s commercial 4G and 5G services are expected to launch today, March 8, in the Philippines, with the initial rollout covering 15 pilot areas in Metro Cebu and Metro Davao.
DITO Telecommunity, the Philippines’ third telecom operator, recently announced it will offer 4G and 5G services in the country beginning March 8, albeit in limited locations. Its networks will initially cover areas in Mindanao and Visayas, with the rollout expected to reach 17 key cities and municipalities including Cebu City and Davao City.
It was earlier reported that DITO Telecommunity, formerly Mislatel, passed the National Telecommunications Commissions’ technical audit of its committed service for its first year of operations, registering a minimum 5G speed of 507.5Mbps and 85.9Mbps for its 4G service, according to the regulatory body.
Telecommunication companies in the Philippines have long asked the government to streamline the application process for building cellular towers. This infographic shared from 2019, for example, is being used to show why the country lags behind our neighbors in terms of internet connection.
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.