Globe, Antipolo partner for free GoWiFi and Automated Mobile Blaster (AMBER) service

Globe, Antipolo partner for free GoWiFi and Automated Mobile Blaster (AMBER) service




Globe has recently sealed its partnership with Antipolo to connect its local government and select medical facilities with free GoWiFi and Automated Mobile Blaster (AMBER) service.

As per Globe, this is their response to provide Antipolo LGU’s personnel and residents safety and connectivity to perform day-to-day tasks. In addition, apart from the Antipolo City Hall, nearby residents of Antipolo may conveniently connect to free GoWiFi services in the following hospitals: Rizal Provincial Hospital Padilla, Rizal Provincial Hospital Dalig, Rizal Provincial Mambugan.

With nearby GoWiFi spots, Globe can support Antipolo’s health care service through telemedicine and facilitates pandemic response and coordination. Additionally, Globe has also provided Antipolo with AMBER to help disseminate information to its residents for community announcements such as updates on its ongoing vaccination program.


 

“We are thankful to Globe for powering Antipolo with these life-enabling tools and innovations so our residents are able to live and even thrive in the new normal,” she said. “With GoWiFi and AMBER in place, Globe is helping Antipolenyos stay online, connected, and informed, mula sa mga estudyante at mga guro, mga namamasada, manggagawa, at iba pa,” Antipolo City Mayor, Hon. Andrea Ynares shared.

Globe advertises GoWiFi as the largest free WiFi service in the country that aims to provide customers with a better connectivity experience—now accessible in over 3,100 select locations.

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People may connect to Globe GoWiFi hotspots in government offices such as the Land Transportation Office (LTO), Department of Labor and Employment (DOLE), and Philippine Overseas Employment Administration (POEA). Apart from Antipolo, Globe has also secured partnerships with the LGUs in the following areas: Quezon City, Pasig, Makati, Iloilo, Rizal, Manila, and San Juan.

“This partnership with Antipolo City to progress with our core mission to lead the country’s digital transformation and sustain a positive impact on Filipinos through our innovative products and services.,” said Globe President and CEO Ernest Cu. “It is with great pleasure that we are called a partner of the city of Antipolo in enabling better and richer digital experiences for its residents. We are hopeful to bring Antipolo one step closer to being a connected city, advancing greater stability and achieving its digital transformation goals.”

Antipolo residents can connect to GoWiFi by opening settings on a WiFi-enabled device and then connect to the SSID “@FreeGoWiFi” or “@(establishment)_FreeGoWiFi.” First, registration must be done, which will be accompanied by an SMS verification. As soon as it is confirmed, internet surfing may be started.



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