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Ookla: Smart offers the best mobile coverage in the country!

According to the latest report of Ookla, PLDT arm Smart delivers the best Mobile Coverage in the Philippines.
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Smart has the widest coverage in the Philippines

The data is based on user-generated tests and scans in 2.3 million devices across 671,510 locations in the country and got a Coverage Score of 794 to surpass its closest competitor Globe with a Coverage Score of 732.
The telco with the highest coverage score in PH is Smart!

Ookla's Coverage Score captures both the number of locations in which an operator offers service (its footprint) and the quality of service in each location.

Scans from smart subscribers also showed that 99 percent had general service while 90.8 percent had 4G.

To make this possible, the company increased its base stations to 76,600 as of March 2022. It includes around 7,300 5G base stations that cover Batanes to Tawi-Tawi.

Apart from Ookla, the telco giant also dominated the April 2022 Mobile Network Experience Report by independent mobile analytics firm Opensignal in the essential aspects of service, especially speed and experience.

This new citation not only reinforces Smart's network superiority but also reflects our strong commitment to continuously improve our network so we can deliver a world-class mobile experience to our customers, said Francis E. Flores, SVP and Head of Consumer Business Group – Individual.

Having the Best Mobile Coverage means our subscribers nationwide can truly rely on Smart to connect online and achieve more in our fast-paced, hyperconnected world - whether for work, school, e-commerce, social media, or entertainment, he added.

The new award for Smart comes on the heels of its value-packed offers called Power All 99 which comes with 8GB open access data, Unli TikTok, and Unli Texts to All Networks, valid for 7 days, for only PHP 99.

Smart's value brand TNT on the other hand 
launched Sulit Affordaloads which enables subscribers to connect online for as low as PHP 10.

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