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Globe broadband sees 88% price reduction within 4 years




Looks like Globe broadband services will be affordable in the coming years as the telco says that it sees an 88% price reduction within four years.

According to Globe, broadband prices have declined substantially over the last four years with price reduction ranging between 68%-88%. Their 10Mbps service with 100GB data allocation is currently offered at Php1,299/month, while a similar package costs Php3,999/month in 2013.

In addition, their current 50Mbps and 100Mbps packages are offered at Php1,899/month and Php2,499/month, respectively, compared to 2013 when a similar package costs Php19,999/month, says Globe.

Globe President and CEO Ernest Cu said the company is now putting more emphasis on its home broadband and fixed internet operations, with plans to roll out 400,000 ultra-fast broadband lines within the year which aims to bring a minimum internet speed of at least 10Mbps.



This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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9 Responses

  1. Marlon says:

    Globe.fuck you !

  2. yeahright says:

    Cheaper but with low bandwidth cap.
    We used to pay 3k for unlimited 10mb, now we “upgraded” for 1.6k 15mb with 150 gb cap.

  3. Sonofa says:

    Pero yung P50 unlimited Internet…
    P50 paren di pa unlimited

  4. binoy says:

    It’s only but proper that you lower the prices of your broadband since you also placed bandwidth allowances to your packages. Aside from that, you now use private IP addresses instead of public ones creating problems for gaming consoles & those that utilize IP camera systems.

  5. ross says:

    Nag karoon nanan ng capping. Kaya maintain ko pa rin 1mbps unli naman. Madali nilang sabihin kaai n nk sata quota ka na daw.

  6. Bagal net Pinas says:

    Masmaganda pa ConvergeICT. 20 MBPS UNLIMITED NET for 1500.

  7. harhar says:

    Bullc**p! Only new subscribers have those speeds but after 3 months, the average internet speed drops down to 10KMbps.

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