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PLDT Fibr raffles off 100 tickets to J.Lo concert



In this picture taken Oct. 26, 2012, US singer Jennifer Lopez performs during her Dance Again Tour concert in Prague, Czech Republic. PLDT Fibr is giving away 100 tickets to to J.Lo’s concert in MOA Arena. AP PHOTO

MANILA, Philippines—Jennifer Lopez has been on the scene for over a decade, but the Dance Again World Tour marks her debut as a headlining performer.

On November 26, PLDT Fibr, the future of broadband, brings J.Lo’s particular brand of glitz and glam, and stepped up choreography, to Manila in one of the biggest concert parties seen this side of Asia.

PLDT Fibr, purveyors of the ultrafast Internet connection in the Philippines, is co-presenting J.Lo’s Manila concert, dubbed as one exclusive, rocking party which kicked off in Panama last July, and will culminate in Puerto Rico.

Manila J.Lo fans will surely be on their feet, and dancing through the night, as she dishes out her signature sassy dance moves and Latin flavor.

Fibr, the ultrafast fiber optic broadband with speeds of up to 100 Mbps and is now available in 100 exclusive villages like Forbes, Urdaneta, Ayala Alabang, is giving away prized seats to J.Lo’s concert—100 tickets to the biggest concert of 2012 are up for grabs.

Concert tickets will be given away via an electronic raffle on November 23. Tickets may be claimed on November 23 and 24 at the PLDT office, or on November 26 at the MOA Arena. For more details, visit fibr.pldthome.com.


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