In fact, Reynaldo Oligario, one of the respected elders in Brgy. Macatbong in Cabanatuan, Nueva Ecija narrates, “Eh malaking bagay yan dito sa atin, dahil ‘yan, nakakatulong sa mga bata, sa pag-aaral nila. Eh bakit ko tututulan ‘yan? Kahit dalawang tower ang tumayo diyan, payag ako roon.” (That’s a big thing here in our area, because this helps children in their schooling. Why will I oppose it? Even if two towers are built there, I will allow it.)
Through its rigorous network improvements towards achieving a #FirstWorldNetwork, the telco has contributed largely to the total telco speed readings across the Philippines. Data shows one of the biggest jumps in mobile internet speeds in the past few months.
Ookla, the global leader in internet testing and analysis, said Globe has been registering better consistency scores in 16 of 17 regions in Q4 2020 vs Q3 2020. In terms of scores, Ookla®’s quarterly data showed that Globe’s overall Consistency Score™ in Q4 2020 improved to 60.82% from Q3’s 56.83%. Globe’s regional mobile Consistency Scores also improved from the previous quarter in 16 out of 17 regions, registering increases as high as 10 PPTs (percentage points), with Consistency Scores ranging from 39% and 65% in Q4 2020. The area with the highest Consistency Scores based on “All Technology” is Metro Manila at 65.17%
Mobile Consistency Score™ measures the number of incidences (viewed as a percentage) of a provider’s samples equal or exceeds both a download threshold of 5 Mbps and an upload threshold of 1 Mbps.
The company strongly supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, particularly UN SDG No. 9 which highlights the roles of infrastructure and innovation as crucial drivers of economic growth and development. Globe is committed to upholding the 10 United Nations Global Compact principles and 10 UN SDGs.
For more information, visit www.globe.com.ph.
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