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DITO debunks report about alleged broadband plans

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Third telco player DITO Telecommunity clarified on Friday that reports circulating online on its alleged broadband plans are not true.
DITO debunks report about alleged broadband plans
File photo: DITO towers

DITO says no official detail yet on its broadband plans

Sought for a confirmation, DITO's communication team told GIZGUIDE the group has not released any official broadband plans yet. 

DITO Telecommunity Users, with almost 180,000 followers on Facebook, posted last August 26 the group's "proposed monthly rates," which are lower than incumbents Globe Telecom and PLDT. 

As of writing, the post of DITO Telecommunity Users has already over 33,000 reactions and been shared more than 60,000 times. The page is not DITO's official page. 

DITO's launch in the Philippine market has been revised to March 2021 from the initial 2020 second quarter target. 

Currently, DITO is gearing up for the technical launch of its network, where the national government would audit its entire infrastructure to see if the group was able to hit its committed level of services for the first year. 

For its first year in the market, DITO, the challenger to Globe and PLDT, has committed to deliver 27 Mbps with 37 percent coverage. 

DITO is backed by Davao-based businessman Dennis Uy and state-run China Telecommunications.
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