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DITO reports 2 million subscribers

DITO Telecommunity Corp. expanded its commercial coverage to 27 additional areas nationwide as its subscriber base hit the two-million mark this month.

“We in DITO are pleased to announce that as of the first of August, two-million Filipinos have joined our fast growing telecommunity,” DITO chief administrative officer Adel Tamano said.

“If you may recall, DITO hit its one-millionth subscriber mark mid-June of this year as well, and these two milestones have inspired us to remain steadfast in our goal of building strong communities with even stronger connectivity in the years to come," he said.

DITO said its telco services would be available in Taal, San Luis, Balayan, Calaca in Batangas; Tanza, Cavite; Oton, Iloilo; Daanbantayan, Cebu; Jasaan, Misamis Oriental; EL Salvador, Tagoloan, and Opol in Misamis Oriental; Quezon and Valencia in Bukidnon; Island City of Samal, Davao Del Norte; Hagonoy, Davao Del Sur; Polomolok, South Cotabato; and Monkayo, Compostela Valley.

DITO launched on July 30 its services in General Trias, Cavite and Trece Martirez in Cavite; San Pablo City and Alaminos in Laguna; Iloilo City; Binalbagan, Negros Occidental; Villanueva and Naawan in Misamis Oriental; and Rosario and San Francisco in Agusan del Sur.

Aside from expanding its coverage in various areas nationwide, DITO also continues to make its products and services accessible to more Filipinos by opening new sales channels and partnering with more retailers.

DITO has 30,000 sales touchpoints all over the Philippines and is available for purchase and top up via the DITO E-shop, DITO App, Shopee and Lazada.

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