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Broadband prices fell 60% in 4 years

Globe Telecom Inc. said Friday the cost of broadband services fell by more than 60 percent in the last four years amid efforts to improve its network performance. 

It said from as high as P26 per gigabytes, the price of Globe At Home Postpaid LTE dropped to P9 per GB over the last two years, representing a 65.4-percent decrease. 

“Likewise, for Globe at Home Prepaid Wi-Fi, our most affordable and loadable internet for the masses, customers now pay P9 per GB only from as high as P23 in 2017; P15 in 2018; and P10 in 2019 or a decrease of 60.87 percent since 2017,” it said.

Globe At Home wired customers now have unlimited data access compared to paying up to P13 per GB in 2016.  Globe said alongside the improvement in prices was the improvement in average download speeds in the country.

Topics: Globe Telecom Inc , Broadband , Globe at Home Prepaid Wi-Fi , Globe At Home Postpaid LTE
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