Globe’s 5G network is the ‘most available’ to customers on 5G capable devices in Q1 2021 according to Ookla Speedtest Intelligence data.
The Ookla data underscores, the company’s expanding 5G coverage which makes it possible for customers to latch on Globe’s 5G network. Based on Globe’s latest report, at least 88% of the National Capital Region now has Globe 5G outdoor coverage with Bonifacio Global City Central Business District (CBD) and Ortigas CBD having the coverage of 97%. Makati is third with 96% coverage while Pateros is fourth with 92% coverage. Globe’s 5G network is also available in at least 82% or more in 13 cities in Metro Manila.
5G is accessible in 81% of Cebu City; 68% of Boracay Island; 67% of Bacolod City and 53% of Iloilo City. In Mindanao, 5G is available in 73% of Davao City and 72% of Cagayan De Oro City. According to Globe, six additional 5G cell towers are being installed in General Santos.
“We are happy that more customers are now adopting 5G technology so they can experience the advantages and benefits of 5G. Our customers are discovering the potential of 5G and how it improves their way of communicating, working, and making the most out of the opportunities available online especially in this time of the pandemic,” said Issa Guevarra-Cabreira, Globe Chief Commercial Officer.
To learn more about 5G possibilities in healthcare, entertainment, and more visit Globe’s podcast on Spotify. To learn more about 5G click here.
Yugatech, can you cover the Fake 5g (LTE-A) vs the true 5g? What do Globe, Smart and Dito uses?
Globe, ano pnag mmalaki nyo. Let Dito buy you.. You’re full of sheyt…
That’s a great news. Now world is moving towards 6G.