Globe Telecom rolls out free Wi-Fi in Antipolo in response to pandemic
MANILA, Philippines — Globe Telecom rolled out free Wi-Fi in government buildings and select medical facilities in Antipolo, a statement on Friday showed.
The telco giant further provided the local government with Automated Mobile Blaster (Amber) services to quickly disseminate information to residents as COVID-19 vaccination efforts ramp up.
The measures were announced as Globe extended its fiber internet footprint in Antipolo by around 25,000 lines.
The company’s GoWifi service will be provided for free in the Antipolo City Hall and hospitals such as the Rizal Provincial Hospital Padilla, Rizal Provincial Hospital Dalig, Rizal Provincial Mambugan.
GoWifi currently reaches over 3,100 locates nationwide.
“It is with great pleasure that we are called a partner of the city of Antipolo in enabling better and richer digital experiences for its residents,” Globe president and CEO Ernest Cu said in the statement.
“We are hopeful to bring Antipolo one step closer to being a connected city, advancing greater stability and achieving its digital transformation goals,” he added.
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