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Globe backs Marcos administration's digitalization plan

Major telco player Globe Telecom said it supports the new administration's push to streamline government service through digitalization with its strengthened network.
Globe backs Marcos administration's digitalization plan
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Globe "ready" to help new admin for digital shift

The company, which has started focusing on other digital solutions, said it could equip government agencies with its products and services to beef up its digitalization shift.

We welcome the new administration’s goal of increasing digitalization in government for streamlined processes. This will ultimately redound to improved public service–an aspiration that Globe deeply shares with the government as we serve a customer base of 92 million people. Our network and infrastructure are ready to support the government and we look forward to working closely with the new administration to achieve this shared goal, Globe President and CEO Ernest Cu said in a statement.

President Ferdinand "Bongbong" Marcos, Jr. earlier said he would immediately improve the country's digital infrastructure so the public could experience "smooth-running" government processes.

Marcos acknowledged that the Philippines remains lagging behind in the digital shift.

Globe said it has been doing its part to help the Philippines realize an economic rebound through its continuous network buildup.

For this year, the group is eyeing deploying 1,700 new sites. It fired up 234 cell sites in the first three months By the end of March, Globe also upgraded over 3,500 mobile sites and installed 380 new 5G sites.

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