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Globe's Mobile Consistency Score improved across all over the Philippines

The latest data from independent analytics firm Ookla showed that local telco Globe has improved Mobile Consistency Score all over the Philippines.
Globe's Mobile Consistency Score improved across all over the Philippines
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Improved Mobile Consistency Score!

The data revealed that Globe's Mobile Consistency Score improved to 56.83 percent in Q3 2020 versus the 48.56 percent it registered in Q2 2020.

It also showed Regional Consistency Score also improved and registered as high as 13.4 PPTs with scores ranging from 31 percent to 62 percent during the same period. This includes high density and typhoon-prone areas like Central Luzon, Bicol, and Eastern Visayas.

Globe noted that the area with the highest consistency score based on "All Technology" is Metro Manila at 61.68 percent.

To recap, Ookla's Mobile Consistency Score measures the number of incidences (viewed as a percentage) of a provider's samples equal or exceeds both a download threshold of 5 Mbps and an upload threshold of 1 Mbps.

Filipinos deserve better internet services that deliver consistently, as connectivity has already become a critical need. We are glad that our network improvements are measurable and more importantly, realistically felt by our customers across the country. This is part of our commitment to provide internet access to all Filipinos, says Gil Genio, Globe’s Chief Technology and Information Officer.

The welcome improvements shows the importance of the recent accelerated cell site build. This is a part of the company's commitment to its customers to further boost the digital economy, facilitate continuity of businesses, and enhance productivity.

To recall, Globe recently revealed that its plan is to deploy 800 cell sites in Q4 2020.

This 2021, the company is targeting to increase its investment to up to PHP 70 billion.

We are hoping to spend over what we did in 2020. With the improved permitting, we hope to spend about P70 billion, Cu said.

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