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PLDT, Cebu ISP Fil Products partner to boost fiber connectivity, elevating customer experience

PLDT Enterprise continues to strengthen its partnership with Cebu-based internet service provider Fil Products, Inc. to deliver affordable and reliable fiber internet, elevating customer experience across Visayas and Mindanao.

“The PLDT Group has been partnering with Fil Products for over a decade. As their services continue to expand, we at PLDT Enterprise are also ready to continue enabling their goal of making fast and reliable connectivity more accessible to their customers, especially in underserved areas,” said Kent De La Calzada, Assistant Vice President and Head for PLDT Enterprise Customer Relationship Management Visayas.

Fil Products began as a cable company, before eventually venturing into providing fiber internet services. With PLDT Enterprise’s Dedicated Internet Access service or iGate, Fil Products has the guaranteed bandwidth that will allow it to respond to the connectivity needs of its subscribers.

“With this partnership with PLDT Enterprise, we are confident that we can deliver high-speed and affordable internet service to our subscribers and serve even more households in Visayas and Mindanao,” said Nonito “Tatay Dodong” Limchua, Founder and Chairman of Fil Products, Inc.

Present during the contract signing ceremony were (L to R) PLDT Enterprise Customer Relationship Management Business Head Oamar Tabiliran, Assistant Vice President and Head for PLDT Enterprise Customer Relationship Management Kent De La Calzada, Founder and Chairman of Fil Products, Inc. Nonito Limchua, and Fil Products, Inc. President Diana Limchua.

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