EXPERIENCE LEVELED-UP SPEEDS AT SAME AFFORDABLE RATES WITH SKY FIBER

Saturday, March 26

 New and Existing SKY Fiber subscribers can quickly enhance their productivity and lifestyle in the new normal when they maximize SKY Fiber’s leveled-up fiber-fast home internet subscription plans that are even more affordably priced than before.

 


A P999 monthly fee can now get subscribers up to 20Mbps, a bump up from speeds of 5Mbps or 10Mbps in previous years. To date, this is considered the most affordable postpaid plan in the country.

 

“Subscribers will continue to have broadband plans from SKY that are affordable but in addition get faster speeds that will entirely meet their needs. SKY Fiber’s internet plans were designed to assist Filipino households to cope with their combined demand for remote work, e-learning, online entrepreneurship, or content streaming,” Claudia Suarez, SKY’s Consumer Products Group Head said.

 

This value for money upgrade can also be observed in the other SKY Fiber unlimited broadband plan options, most notably in its highest speed plan, which was previously only 150Mbps but has now leveled up to 200Mbps for the same price of P3,499/month.

 

If value-conscious consumers are looking for a plan that is somewhere in between the basic and highest plan, they can opt for plan 40Mbps which is only priced at P1,499/month, or plan 80Mbps which is now within pockets’ reach for only P1,999/month.

 

With the recent upgrade, existing SKY Fiber subscribers nationwide also experience an automatic upgrade without the hassles of going through an application process. They just simply have to do a 3-minute hard modem reset to enjoy their leveled-up internet speed.

 

Meanwhile, entertainment-seekers will also be delighted to know that SKY Fiber is also offering unlimited broadband + HD Cable bundle speed plans of up to 120Mbps at best-value. For P2,999 a month, instead of just enjoying a speed of 60Mbps, subscribers can double the fun when they get to smoothly stream online videos with a speed of 120Mbps while also having access to over 60 cable channels.

 

To make the SKY Fiber Super Speed bundle plans an even more economical purchase, they all come with SKY EVO, the newest digibox innovation that offers access to over 190 SKYcable channels, 5,000 downloadable apps, and pre-installed content streaming apps such as iWantTFC, HBO GO, YouTube, Prime Video, and Spotify.

 

“The challenges of 2020 have compelled us to level-up our product offerings this year. We hope that we can ease the burden of Filipinos by presenting multiple solutions in our best-value bundle plans,” Alan Supnet, SKY’s head for Consumer Broadband Products said. 

 

To enjoy fiber-fast speeds of up to 200Mbps at highly competitive prices, visit mysky.com.ph/skyfiber. The leveled-up SKY Fiber Super Speed plans are now available in Metro Manila, Bulacan, Rizal, Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Cebu, Dumaguete, Bacolod, Iloilo, and Davao. While Baguio, Gensan, and Zamboanga can experience fiber-fast speeds of up to 80Mbps.


Asticom launches Asti Shared Services Center to accelerate client service delivery



The Asticom Group of Companies, a shared services provider under the Globe Group, launched its Asti Shared Services Center (AstiSSC) to enhance business operations efficiency and hasten client service delivery.




 

AstiSSC expedites the execution of crucial business services across different Asticom subsidiaries to keep pace with the group’s aggressive growth. By accelerating the delivery of services to Asticom’s clientele, AstiSSC helps the group create a better value proposition for its customers.

 

“Launching AstiSSC is our response to the exponential growth we’re experiencing at Asticom. It ensures that we remain on top of the business needs of our clients and that we deliver the right solutions timely and efficiently. This initiative enables us to continuously help businesses in their growth and create more opportunities for Filipinos,” said Mharicar Castillo-Reyes, Asticom President and CEO.

 

To further develop and scale-up AstiSSC, Asticom sets its sights on leveraging the latest technologies, including Artificial Intelligence and Machine Learning. By utilizing the data gathered in the interactions between clients and employees in the system, the group aims to provide a personalized and enhanced customer experience.

 

Asticom, a shared services company under the Ayala conglomerate, has three subsidiaries.  Last year, it introduced Asti Business Services Inc. (ABSI), a business process solutions company, and Fiber Infrastructure and Network Services Inc. (FINSI), a local solutions provider for the telecom and technology industries.

 

It also established BRAD to further expand and build its services in the IT-business services outsourcing, engineering, and logistics industries. In the same year, Asticom acquired HCX Technology Partners Inc., which offers innovative solutions and services that enable HR and other core units to leverage on leading-edge platforms, systems, and tools to improve productivity, enhance user experience and reduce costs.

 

Asticom strives to continuously improve its business solutions and internal systems to propel its clients and people towards greater growth. Its efforts are already yielding significant results, with Asticom reaching the P2-billion revenue mark in 2021 after just six years of operations.

 

With this dramatic growth, Asticom aims to capture a bigger market in the Philippines and expand its services to the rest of Southeast Asia.  It is also gearing up to introduce new technologies and innovations to widen its scope of services.

 

The company supports the advancement of both large corporations and small and medium-sized enterprises through tech-enabled solutions.

 

Asticom is one with the Globe Group in supporting the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, particularly UN SDG No. 9, highlighting the roles of infrastructure and innovation as crucial drivers of economic growth and development. It is committed to upholding the UN Global Compact principles and contributing to 10 UN SDGs.

 

To learn more about Asticom, visit https://https://asticom.com.ph.

 

Make extra income from home with Globe At Home and Google Negosyo Talk!

Wednesday, January 19

Are you looking for another source of income to help your family? Or have you started some ‘side hustles’ to keep those funds flowing? Then this learn-to-earn program from Globe At Home Prepaid WiFi in collaboration with tech-giant Google is right for you!

 

Globe At Home Prepaid WiFi joined Google in the Google Negosyo Talk: Trending Negosyo - Usapang Online Business held last December 3. The event was perfect for those who wanted to earn extra, start an online raket, or improve their current business at home.




 

Favorite mompreneur and Globe At Home Prepaid WiFi ambassador Neri Miranda and YouTube content creator Madam Ely gave insights and shared their experiences and knowledge to start and grow a small online business at home. 

 

“We know that Filipinos are always malikhain and hardworking especially for their families’ needs. This webinar is especially designed for our madiskarteng kababayan who hustles non-stop for their family.  Google and Globe At Home Prepaid WiFi are here to ensure that malayo ang mararating ng business mo,” said Barbie Dapul, VP Marketing of Globe At Home.

 

Globe At Home Prepaid WiFi helps you go beyond internet access and to see your home as a place of security, learning, opportunities, and growth.  Whether you are a Raketera At Home or want a Negosyo At Home, it ensures that you are right on track. Expect more of these exciting Negosyo At Home talks next year!

 

Globe At Home Prepaid WiFi is your ever-reliable digital partner for the things you want to do. For a one-time payment of P999, you can already own one with free 10GB of data. You can enjoy ultra-fast LTE, and a shareable and reloadable connection that you can share with the whole family. It is also very easy to use, just plug and play!

 

Globe strongly supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, particularly UN SDG No. 9, highlighting the roles of infrastructure and innovation as crucial drivers of economic growth and development. It is committed to upholding the UN Global Compact principles and contributing to 10 UN SDGs.

 

For more information about Globe At Home, visit glbe.co/GAHPW

 

Globe waives data charges on UNICEF’s SaferKidsPH platform to boost fight against online child exploitation

Monday, January 17



Globe is giving its customers free access to UNICEF’s SaferKidsPH platform, in line with efforts to democratize information on proper data protection and reporting cases, when witnessed, as well as curb online sexual abuse and exploitation of children (OSAEC).



 



When visiting the SaferKidsPH online platform,  Globe and TM customers will not incur any data charges. The website offers plenty of information about OSAEC -- what it is, ways to fight it, and the different channels to report such cases.

 

“As a strong advocate of child online safety, we want to keep Filipino children safe even as they are constantly exposed to the internet. Our partnership with UNICEF for SaferKidsPH is not only a commitment, but also a call for our customers to join us in fighting OSAEC together,” said Yoly Crisanto, Globe Chief Sustainability Officer and SVP for Corporate Communications.

 

Globe and UNICEF, through SaferKidsPH have been working hand-in-hand to promote online safety and security among children since 2019. SaferKidsPH is an Australian Government initiative delivered through the consortium of Save the Children Philippines, The Asia Foundation and UNICEF to reduce the online sexual abuse and exploitation of children in the Philippines.

 

Likewise, Globe collaborates with local and international organizations like the UK-based Internet Watch Foundation to take down webpages, keywords, hash lists, and digital fingerprints containing child abuse materials.  Another partner is the Canadian Center for Child Protection (CCCP) which helps Globe identify illegal websites and block them out of its network. The CCCP is known for its capabilities to constantly search the web for harmful platforms.

 

Globe is also supporting UNICEF’s Child Protection and Child Rights and Business Programs in the Philippines as part of its #MakeITSafe campaign.

 

Both camps aim to develop an awareness and education campaign on OSAEC and online child protection, which includes the expansion of the Digital Thumbprint Program (DTP), a series of capacity-building workshops organized by Globe to educate the youth and other stakeholders about digital citizenship and the responsible use of technology.

 

Under the #MakeITSafePH agenda, Globe is also investing in infrastructure that will support the government’s efforts to combat online child pornography. To date, the company has already spent $2.7 million to establish an effective content filtering system and has blocked 9,329 sites containing illegal content.

 

Globe also helps in maintaining support hotlines such as Bantay Bata #163, Hopeline, as well as other initiatives on mental health through KonsultaMD and HealthNow.

 

Globe strongly supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, particularly UN SDG No. 9, which highlights the roles of infrastructure and innovation as crucial drivers of economic growth and development, and UN SDG 17, which highlights the value of partnerships in achieving sustainable development goals. Globe is committed to upholding the UN Global Compact principles and contributing to 10 UN SDGs.

 

To learn more about Globe, visit www.globe.com.ph.

I really shaved my head for Jesus!

Saturday, November 20



Here is the video that I forgot to post about!
The moment I received and surrendered my life to Jesus my Savior!

If you have time, please take time to listen to the audio of this vlog so you would get an insight into how my journey started. You can also read more about that in this post

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