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BGC is now PLDT Fibr-powered SmartCity

Good news to the residents at Bonifacio Global City (BGC) Taguig! You will now enjoy PLDT Home Fibr internet as PLDT recently completed it’s fiber-powered infrastructures and network roll out in BGC!

AREAS COVERED

All residential buildings in Central BGC are now Fibr-powered by PLDT HOME, including One Serendra, Two Serendra, Bellagio One, Two and Three, Arya Residences, The Icon Residences, The Beaufort, One McKinley Place, 8 Forbestown Road, Essensa East Forbes, Pacific Plaza Towers.

These include all soon to rise and upcoming residential buildings in north BGC such as the Grand Hyatt Manila Residences, Uptown Parksuites, High Street South Block’s One and Two Maridien, and Verve Residence Towers, East Gallery Place, West Gallery Place, and the Park Triangle Towers.


“As a cosmopolitan community, BGC residents have a strong need for high-speed broadband to support their digitally-driven lifestyles. PLDT HOME Fibr fulfills this demand,” said PLDT FVP and Head of Home Business Marco Borlongan.

ULTRA-FAST INTERNET SPEED

BGC residents can now enjoy ultra-fast broadband speeds for lag-free browsing, gaming and streaming via the game-changing Roku Powered™ TVolution, an entertainment box offers Cignal TV, and over 100 streaming channels including Netflix, iFlix, and YouTube. It will also enables families to maximize the benefits of PLDT’s SmartHome security devices like Fam Cam home monitoring system, Fam Zone cyber security platform, and Smart Watch multi-functional kiddie gadget.

“They can also now sign up for the country’s first-ever Whole Home WiFi service—the first intelligent Home Wi-Fi technology in the Philippines, designed to blanket the entire home with wireless connectivity,” Borlongan added.

According to PLDT, their fiber facilities have passed 3.3 million homes as of June of this year. It is expected also to expand its Fiber-To-The-Home (FTTH) coverage to about four million homes passed by the end of this year. They are also deploying hybrid technologies to allow existing customers connected via copper facilities to enjoy fiber-like speeds.

PLDT has invested around P300 billion or nearly US$6 billion over the last decade to roll out the country’s most extensive fixed and wireless network infrastructure which now has 150,000 kilometers of fiber optic cables designed to support the Filipinos’ growing use of fixed and mobile data.


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