Duterte urges telcos to improve internet service with online classes set to start

Duterte urges telcos to improve internet service with online classes set to start

9/29/2020 3:00:00 AM

Duterte urges telcos to improve internet service with online classes set to start

Classes for public schools, meanwhile, will open on Oct. 5 under a mostly modular learning system.

“Let the telcos do their job. Allow them to build the structures, towers if you may — so that they could improve,” Duterte said, referring to local government units.Previously, Duterte said he would show “no mercy” to LGUs hampering the issuance of cell tower permits. / atm

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Duterte urges telcos to improve internet service with online classes set to start“May I just appeal to the telecommunications [firms]: Can you do a better job? Is there life after this kind of service that you’re delivering to the public?” Duterte said. | KAguilarINQ KAguilarINQ Telcos better work triple time to improve their service KAguilarINQ pldt PLDT_Cares PLDTHome PLDTGabayGuro PLDTEnt_Cares PLDTEnterprise ePLDT talk2GLOBE enjoyGLOBE SKYserves sana may tinamaan! KAguilarINQ Singapore Starhub Fiber 1Gbps 1,500.00 Philippines Converge Fiber 25Mbps 1,500.00 😒

As classes resume, Duterte appeals for better services from telcosSabihin mo lang, Digong, na may pinu push ka.

House inquiry on poor Internet service gains support - Manila BulletinCalls for the House of Representatives to investigate telecommunication companies (telcos) and Internet service providers (ISPs) for their dismal Internet service are beginning to snowball. lizasoberano Buti naman. ❤❤ wew akala ko ba iinvite nyo si Liza jan 😆 I hope they don't take this as free publicity for those running this coming 2022. It's time the House scrutinizes the poor internet service the ISPs are milking millions out of gullible subscribers.

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Bangko Sentral urged to suspend online transfer fees until end of pandemicTama! Please lang! Ano daw? Will it be possible? 😔 Yes agree

Robredo wants learning hubs in communitiesAs classes formally open on Oct. 5, Vice President Leni Robredo on Saturday called for the establishment of learning hubs in communities so that students without internet access will not be left When will DepEd_PH enthusiastically appreciate VPPilipinas ‘ efforts to help? My own colleagues had to be sent links to the OVP’s bayanihan e-skwela YT videos. SecLiling should just endorse them. No. If schools are close becoz kids cant go out. Why build a learning hub if the students will go out nway? I dont have better solution to offer than to give those kid that cant afford, the materials they need. Unlikely due budget, but learning hub is not the solution to this.