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10 Facts About PLDT
However, PLDT had to meet a 40-day deadline to start implementing the network, which would be implemented over a period of one to four years.
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PLDT's fixed line business offers services intended for enterprises, small and medium enterprises, and corporate consumers – including corporate data, ICT solutions, data networking, and cybersecurity solutions.
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PLDT offers local exchange telephone services for Subic Bay Freeport, Clark Freeport Zone, Bonifacio Global City, and selected cities in Mindanao through its subsidiaries.
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PLDT's retail fixed line services are branded under PLDT Home brand.
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PLDT operates its wireless cellular services through its brands, namely Smart and TNT.
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PLDT currently invests in media through Pilipinas Global Network and MediaQuest Holdings, funded through its Beneficial Trust Fund.
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PLDT has investments in energy utility, business jet transportation, and e-commerce and financial technology development, among others.
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In October 2015, PLDT introduced so-called "volume boosters" when exceeding monthly 30GB to 70GB bandwidth cap for TD-LTE connection plans .
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In 2015, PLDT increased lock-in period for TD-LTE connection plans from 24 to 36 months with the pre-termination fee equal to the full balance for the remaining period.
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