DITO extends networks services to 15 more areas in PH

DITO extends networks services to 15 more areas in PH

DITO Telecommunity has announced that it has expanded its services to 15 more cities in the country as of May 1, 2021.

The following areas covered are as follows:

Central Luzon
• Plaridel, Bulacan
• San Fernando City, Pampanga
• Gapan City, Nueva Ecija
• San Leonardo, Nueva Ecija
• San Jose City, Nueva Ecija

South Luzon
• Ibaan, Batangas
• Batangas City, Batangas
• Kawit, Cavite
• Bacoor City, Cavite
• Imus City, Cavite


• Toledo City, Cebu
• Balamban, Cebu
• Barili, Cebu

• Santo Tomas, Davao del Norte
• Braulio E. Dujali, Davao del Norte

Subscribers from Central Luzon, South Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao can avail of DITO’s 25GB High Speed Data for PHP 199 promo that is valid for 30 days. Unlimited DITO-to-DITO calls and texts; as well as 300 minutes of voice calls to other networks are included in this promo.

Stay tuned for more updates on this!

Source: GMA News

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6 Responses


    Sna… operation n..sa ncr…

  2. Ariel says:

    Anong nangyari DITO sa metro manila, napag-iwanan na yata kami sa grasya ninyo.

  3. Benjamin de Lara says:

    Please consider our remote place Lubang island in Occ. Mindoro with very poor signal.

    • Jemar says:

      Hello po. Taga rizal po ako, pero magkakaroon po ako ng work jan sa lubang. May 5g connection din po kaya jan or 4g?

  4. jumelmedrano says:

    kailan po sa agusan

  5. Qiqi x Zhongli says:

    They are prioritizing highly dense area, except Metro Manila, as to comply with their legislative obligation for the first year of operation. The thing with Metro Manila is that nagkaka problem sila with the patchy signal strength to cover the entirety of the area. remember the urban core of manila has complicated topography because of geography and the buildings around, which affects signal reception and availability. If they rush metro manila now, they’ll just get negative pr out of it. So hintay nala muna si Metro M and low density cities and regions.

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