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.
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.
Earlier, we reported about the OPPO A74 5G’s availability at the brand’s official stores on Shopee and Lazada. Today, we finally have details of the postpaid plans on offer for OPPO Philippines’ most affordable 5G phone yet.
Been piling up points on your Globe Rewards account? Great! You should also know that all rewards points earned in 2020 are valid only until the end of the month. That means you may want to start spending them now while you still can, before March 31, 2021.
Ookla recently published the January 2021 data of its Speedtest Global Index, and the local results are quite interesting, to say the least.
Over the last few months, Globe Telecom has been aggressively rolling out its 5G technology across its nationwide network, enabling super-fast, more reliable mobile internet in more locations in the Philippines. What we didn’t know until now is the company’s progress in its local 5G efforts.
You may have heard that Globe Telecom has launched one of the most recognizable pop acts on the planet, Blackpink, as its newest ambassador. But the local telco made a series of announcements that might have eluded your attention.
Less than a week ago, we at Revü discovered that the support page of Samsung‘s cheapest 5G phone yet is already up on the Korean company’s Philippine site. Earlier today, we found out that the device is already on offer here.
5G is currently being rolled out in strategic areas in the Philippines. In fact, just a few days ago, we did a speed test on the OPPO Reno 4 Z 5G in Rizal. Globe Telecom, the pioneer in 5G service in the country, has also shared some good news with us.
Almost 24 million students are currently enrolled in public and private schools nationwide, more than the Department of Education’s target for this school year.
Internet users in the Philippines might be in for a long week as internet service providers are bracing for the impact of emergency maintenance activities on a submarine cable system that connects South East Asia with the United States.
It’s that time of the year again. Globe Telecom will continue the tradition of celebrating September 17 or 0917 — its iconic and original prefix — this year amid the COVID-19 pandemic.
We look for different features when choosing a smartphone. Personally, if we were to buy one now, we’d choose something that’s 5G-ready for future-proofing purposes.
5G is now available to all Globe and TM customers with compatible devices in select locations in the Philippines.
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.
Remember this speed test done on Globe Telecom’s 5G network in June at the Bonifacio Global City in Taguig City?
If you’re looking to score big discounts and other exclusive offers for popular smartphones such as the Samsung Galaxy S10 and Apple iPhone XS, now’s your chance.
We reported earlier that Apple’s cheapest iPhone is already available for purchase from the company’s local online store.
If you’re serious about mobile photography and want the best gear to help you out, then look no further than the Huawei P40 Pro Plus.
The preorder period has ended. Huawei’s new 5G-enabled flagship phones are now officially available in the Philippines.
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