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Globe is the fastest internet provider in the Philippines says OpenSignal

Globe Telecom provides the best internet speed in the Philippines based on wireless coverage mapping provided by OpenSignal, the company announced on Friday.

Globe said Philippine download statistics from OpenSignal showed that Globe’s downlink speed in 10 selected cities in the country reached an average of 2.4 megabits per second, faster than its competitors’ average of 1.21 mbps and 0.84 mbps, respectively. The cities surveyed included Manila, Quezon, Caloocan, Davao, Cebu, General Santos, Taguig, Pasig, Antipolo and Zamboanga.

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Meanwhile, upload statistics showed that Globe’s average uplink speed of 1.37 mbps was faster than its competitors’ 0.98 mbps and 0.42 mbps, respectively.

“These findings reflect the superior network quality and performance that we aimed for through our modernization initiative. We will continue to optimize our already modernized network in line with our commitment of further advancing our network infrastructure to enable us to stay ahead of our customers’ growing demand for bandwidth,” Globe President and Chief Executive Officer Ernest Cu said.

The listed firm posted P7.6 billion in profits for the first half of the year, soaring by 18 percent from the P6.4 billion it posted in the same period last year.

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13 comments

  1. Sunshine Farinas

    Sounds good, but some says it is not. I’m now in Taguig, and we are encountering problem with globe connection. 🙁 so sad but that’s the reality 🙁

  2. wow i need to move there and use that then because my internet is soooo slow!

  3. not true. ours is so slow like a turtle to think we got the 5mbps plan

  4. sherry ann gole cruz

    i would switch globe after my contract on my net provider expired,its so so slow!

  5. Faith Hazel almario

    It is good enough for me. I am suing Globe Broadband as well

  6. Globe subscriber here 🙂 only thing i dislike to them is vanishing of my load :/

  7. That good to hear but Globe is very strict with their fair use policy!

  8. Kleah Marie Fortunado

    I really agree

  9. Sheryl An Mungcal

    i don’t think so,. ang bagal ng net dito sa amin,.

  10. I disagree. I have a 3mbps Globe connection in Iba Zambales. I get 3mbps less than fifty percent of the time. I verify this with speedtest dot net. I have been getting 3mbps for about eight hours a day and .8 mbps to 1 mbps the remainder of the day. I have Graphics showing the limiting of my Globe connection. I have made a trouble call and am waiting for the tech. I like Globe Techs, they are well trained and courteous. The people in the Globe offices seem to be well trained and helpful. I have never had a bad experience with eith the techs. or office personnel. I am not happy with the performance of the service and from what I see it is a management issue. Your connection may be good but mine is un unusable tonight. If anyone wishes to see my documentation I will try to make it available.

  11. Some says so,but i’m neutral it really depends on where your at.

  12. Maria Carla Perez

    Im not sure about this, i live in cavite and we hardly have globe signal there, we used to go out the house just to text or call and yeah i agree with some of the comments here i think it depends on where youre at

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