Free Bee teams up with real estate platform Hoppler

PLDT Global, through its app, Free Bee, has teamed up with online real estate brokerage platform Hoppler, to provide Filipinos working and living overseas with more access to digital services.

With this partnership, overseas Filipinos can choose from a wide range of homes or properties for rent or sale in Metro Manila from Hoppler on the “What’s the Buzz?” section of the Free Bee app.

A VoIP solution available in over 180 countries, Free Bee is an advertising-based voice service that delivers high-quality IDD calls to the Philippines for free. For longer calls and an ad-free experience, users have the option to buy Premium Free Bee Voice buckets at affordable rates from global retailers or via in-app and online purchases. Free Bee has also recently been recognized as Telecom Asia’s Most Innovative Voice Solution.

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Hoppler, an online real estate platform founded in 2014, simplifies the home buying process with its trusted brokers and top agents in Metro Manila that are devoted to leading property buyers to the home of their dreams. Hoppler’s website and mobile app showcase thousands of unique properties that come from this set of partner brokers, as well as direct owners, within its network.

“Our kababayans abroad aspire to provide the best life for their families back in the Philippines, particularly those who are looking to buy properties either for their own use or for investment. Through this partnership, we can provide them with more digital services to help make their lives a little bit better,” said Albert Villa-Real, chief commercial officer, PLDT Global.

“We are really excited to work with PLDT Global and tap its vast network to reach more Filipinos abroad and help them with their property search for their families back home. I also believe that associating ourselves with this brand will speak volumes in terms of our credibility as an online platform for real estate,” said Ramon Ballesca, Jr., CEO, Hoppler.