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Globe's 5G traffic jumps 73 percent

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Globe Telecom said it posted a 73 percent increase in 5G traffic for the first six months of 2022.
Globe's 5G traffic jumps 73 percent
Globe Telecom

5G traffic improved in the first half of the year

In a statement, Globe attributed this growth to the company's 5G expansion across the Philippines, which it noted provides "lower latency, higher speed, and increased capacity than 4G LTE networks."

Globe noted the majority of the usage recorded came from Metro Manila, which has a 5G coverage of nearly 97 percent. The top three cities in the region with the highest number of 5G users in June were Quezon City, Makati, and Manila.

Provinces near the capital have also started adopting the 5G network, with Meycauayan, San Jose del Monte, and Santa Maria topping the list for Bulacan, while Bacoor, Imus, and Dasmariñas led in Cavite.

Globe goes beyond telco by creating and enabling digital life for Filipinos. To do this, we continue to build and advance our network infrastructure to accommodate new technologies like 5G. We are happy to see the rising adoption of 5G among our customers as this technology allows them to do more, said Darius Delgado, head of Globe’s Consumer Mobile Business.

For the first half, Globe said it put up more than 900 5G sites, on top of more than 2,000 sites and in-building solutions installed as of 2021.

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