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Telstra says there’s no guarantee it will operate in the Philippines




Those who are still waiting for Telstra to arrive in the Philippines might not want to hold their breaths as there’s still no guarantee that it will push through.

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In a response to an inquiry on Twitter as to when Telstra will start their business in the Philippines, the Australian telecommunications company said that “there is no guarantee this will occur.”

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Back in August 2015, Telstra confirmed that it is in discussions with San Miguel Corporation (SMC) about the joint venture, but clarified that “no agreements have been reached in relation to these matters and there is no certainty that this will occur.”



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

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11 Responses

  1. Easy E says:

    umaasa pa rin ba kayo sa fairytale na ito haha..

    • 4ever says:

      Aasa pa din kami kasi may forever hahaha

    • Raymund Forcadas says:

      Telstra was indeed interested in doing business in the philippines and was in discussions with SMC about the joint venture so i don’t understand why you see this a fairytale. But nevertheless, as long as internet services here in the philippines are damn poor and slow and expensive, we’d always hope for all sort of fairytale.

  2. NotaSheep says:

    Ouch, ah well, their prices are insane anyway.

  3. Miguel says:

    We really need another telco for them to compete. There maybe other better than telstra. Hope so…

  4. the mac user says:

    keeping the competition off balance, nice strategy.

  5. kola says:

    mas maganda pa connection sa thailand, 10mbps 800pesos lang per month. dito satin nauuna kasi ang presyo kaysa plano.

  6. Anonymous says:

    Help us Sen. Bam Aquino…you’re our only hope.

  7. Fernan says:

    Well to local companies, I hope they learned their local customers are in need of better services. There’s no good business when we have the worst connection in ASEAN.

  8. Paul says:

    hinaharang ng PLDT and GLOBE yan!

  9. magkano kaya monthly bill at speed nila

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