Quantcast
Home » telcos You are browsing entries tagged with “telcos”

A (common?) horror story

By

As my last column for the year, I was going to narrate a horror story that I thought had a happy ending, which would be appropriate for the season (not the horror story, but the happy ending). But I had thought too soon. And as of this writing, there is unfortunately no happy ending as yet. I will tell the horror story anyway, and if the Reader has any similar stories to tell, please do so, not just because misery loves company, but because I want to know how common or uncommon this kind of experience is.

Posted: December 28th, 2012 in Columnists,Columns,Editor's Pick,Featured Columns,Featured Headline,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Smart scored higher in 4 of 5 NTC parameters

I write to clarify the column of Mr. Neal Cruz (Inquirer, 9/24/12) which discussed the results of the Quality of Service Benchmarking Tests conducted by the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC).

Posted: September 28th, 2012 in Inquirer Opinion,Letters to the Editor | Read More »

‘Value-added’ scams through numbers 239, 2474

I write regarding a recent experience with one of the telecom service providers in the Philippines. I am the owner of a prepaid account with the company for the longest time that I can remember. Specifically, this is about “lost/missing loads.” I had noticed that my load decreased faster than I was using my cell […]

Posted: September 21st, 2012 in Inquirer Opinion,Letters to the Editor | Read More »

War of the telcos: Who offers the best plan?

By

There is a different kind of war going on in the Philippines. You must have noticed the many advertisements and commercials in newspapers and on television selling to the public the plans of the two telecommunications giants, Globe and Smart. Globe has My Super Plan; Smart has Smart Freedom Plan. The two telcos are battling […]

Posted: August 21st, 2012 in Columnists,Columns,Editor's Pick,Inquirer Opinion | Read More »

Advertisement

News

  • Floods snarl traffic in Metro Manila
  • La Mesa Dam reaches spilling level, residents told to evacuate
  • Cop charged in billionaire’s slay
  • Marikina evacuates residents near rising river
  • House suspends work
  • Sports

  • NCAA, NAASCU cancel games due to heavy rains
  • MVP on reports only 11 to play for Gilas: ‘Unacceptable’
  • 17th Asian Games comes off wraps
  • Blazers, Bombers try to stay joint 3rd
  • Lee formally rejoins Rain or Shine today
  • Lifestyle

  • See-through tops, olive drab and robe dressing for Spring 2015
  • How much do we know about martial law? You’ll be surprised
  • Why one must wear sunscreen–even indoors
  • Things you don’t know about Enchong Dee
  • A letter to my 16-year-old self
  • Entertainment

  • Alden Richards’ skin ‘darkened’ for Rizal role
  • Small wonders
  • NY-bound to study Method in famed school
  • Baby girl for Eva Mendes, Ryan Gosling
  • Leonardo DiCaprio, Messenger of Peace
  • Business

  • Customs files smuggle raps vs plywood trader, broker
  • Aquino woos French businessmen, says PH now enjoying ‘renaissance’
  • Int’l bank proposes peso ‘globalization’
  • BSP guard up against excessive forex movements
  • Biz Buzz: Leaving on a high note
  • Technology

  • Apple locks itself out of devices with passwords
  • Amazon unveils new Fire tablets and Kindle e-readers
  • Drag queens dress down Facebook over names
  • Are journalists equipped with the right skills?
  • Number of websites explodes past a billion (and counting)
  • Opinion

  • Editorial cartoon, September 19, 2014
  • Doing a Pilate on Rizal
  • Doc Quasi’s lifelong journey
  • Thank you, God, for creating trees
  • Pushing credit cards
  • Global Nation

  • More domestic flights cancelled
  • DFA suspends passport services due to heavy rains
  • MIAA, NAIA: Cancelled flights
  • PH acting on China’s security concerns
  • Liberian nurse is ‘The Terminal’ man at Naia 3
  • Marketplace
    Advertisement