The Philippine Daily Inquirer may soon be out of the Rufino-Prieto family's control, but President Rodrigo Duterte isn't done settling dues with them.
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Filipinos can look forward to the entry of the third player in the telecommunications industry by March, Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) Officer in Charge Eliseo Rio Jr. said.
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The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) is deferring its new one-year validity rule recently imposed on telecommunication companies for prepaid loads under P300.
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The entry of a China-backed telecommunications provider to break the duopoly of Globe and PLDT/Smart may not be without a heavy price, Sen. Panfilo Lacson said Wednesday.
Senator Sonny Angara on Tuesday said competition was always “good for consumers” and good for local firms who have to compete and improve their standards.
National Security Adviser Hermogenes Esperon Jr. is pushing President Rodrigo Duterte to deploy more satellites in the country.
Senator JV Ejercito said he will get the commitment of Smart Communications to improve and upgrade its services for the next five to 10 years.
Senator JV Ejercito is leading a probe on the country’s top telecommunication companies for their awful services such as sudden signal loss, slow Internet connection, and lack of a refund scheme for overcharging load.
Telecommunications companies are seen to take a beating in the Senate when the committee on public information and mass media finally calls a public hearing on their failure to send mobile disaster text alerts to subscribers.
10% increase in WiFi speed can lead to 1.38% GDP – Senator Ralph Recto
Senator Nancy Binay has asked the Senate to investigate the delays in the delivery of text messages between Smart and Globe mobile subscribers last Dec. 3.
Senator Grace Poe on Monday said telecommunication companies, cannot use the bad signals as an excuse for their failure to send text advisories during the past two typhoons that hit the country.
Senator Grace Poe on Friday said telecommunication companies who will be proven to have failed sending text advisories to their subscribers regarding
President Rodrigo Duterte has renewed his threat to allow foreign players to enter the Philippine telecommunications sector unless PLDT/Smart and Globe shape up.
Communications Secretary Martin Andanar thinks the government shouldn’t spend for a national broadband project even if it has the money to undertake such a huge endeavor.
Are President Rodrigo Duterte's Chinese roots kicking in?
Deliver your promises. Justice Secretary Leila de Lima has reminded telecommunications companies (telcos)against misleading customers by advertising “unlimited” Internet service but imposing a cap on data usage once a user has exceeded a…