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PLDT continues to migrate copper cables to fiber despite pandemic

PLDT Enterprise said customers should expect better connection as the group continues its free fiber upgrade program.
PLDT continues to migrate copper cables to fiber despite pandemic
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PLDT promises better connectivity with the fiber migration program

The B2B (business to business) arm of the Pangilinan-led telco said they are keeping the promise to fully migrate copper-based services to fiber by mid-2022 despite the COVID-19 pandemic.

The unit said this will provide businesses a more reliable connection, especially now that everyone is banking on digital solutions to support their operations.

Jovy Hernandez, ePLDT President and Chief Executive Officer and Senior Vice President and Head for PLDT and Smart Enterprise Business Groups, said the group will continue to invest in fiber infrastructure.

Currently, PLDT's fiber network now stretching to a total of 429,000 kilometers across the Philippines.This fiber upgrade program is a reinforcement of our unbreakable commitment in serving our customers better, in line with our mission to make a positive impact on every single business, Hernandez said.

FVP and Head of PLDT Enterprise Core Business Solutions Jojo Gendrano said the need for quality internet connectivity has been stressed anew amid the continual coronavirus lockdowns.

PLDT claimed it has the most robust, most resilient fiber-optic network, servicing most areas around the nation.

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