Philippine telecommunications firm Globe Telecom said it will continue to deliver services across its key businesses as COVID-19 cases continue to rise.
Globe said that amid mobility restrictions and business disruptions, it will proceed with its expansion plans looking at rolling out 1 million fiber lines this year, on top of other builds.
“We are rolling out more high-speed fiber lines to help bridge the gap in home broadband access,” said Darius Delgado, head, Broadband Business, Globe. “Equally important is maximizing your Wi-Fi connection and experience at home. From the placement of the modem in a central location to prevent interference and blockages to managing your account, we continue to educate our customers so they maximize and enjoy their home internet service.”
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With regard to after-sales services and requests for repair, subscribers can download the GlobeAtHome app to contact Globe.
In April, Globe myBusiness is set to launch its education campaign highlighting one of the most in-demand solutions today: the Learning Management System or LMS. Globe partnered with D2L Brightspace, Google Workspace for education, and Office365 for education to support this service.
Micro, small and medium-sized enterprises (MSME) are also assured of support by connecting entrepreneurs to experts and digital business leaders, providing insights on how to build their businesses better.