Globe Telecom has kept its promise to aggressively expand its network in the provinces and, during the past three months, it completed 32 new towers in the largest and most populous city in Metro Manila — Quezon City.
“Our current expansion is our way of meeting this demand and hopefully, these installations will pave the way for more tower builds for the rest of the year and in the first half of 2021,” said Joel Agustin, Globe Senior Vice President for Program Delivery, Network Technical Group.
Agustin noted that the new installations will cover barangays in Quezon City, including Tandang Sora, Matandang Balara, Pinyahan, Ramon Magsaysay, Santa Lucia, Balong Bato, Batasan Hills, Commonwealth, Dona Josefa, Escopa IV, Gulod, Kamuning, Loyola Heights, N.S. Amoranto, and Nagkaisang Nayon.
Globe added that new network rollouts took place in North Fairview, Paltok, Quirino 2-A, San Agustin, San Isidro, Sangandaan, Santa Cruz, Santo Nino, Tatalon, and in UP Campus in Diliman.
The telco has also accomplished network upgrades in 635 sites to support its LTE capacity and provide more coverage to meet the needs of its customers in the city, especially amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.