Rockwell Center, Makati is now officially covered by PLDT Fibr in the recent announcement. PLDT completed the fiberization of the Rockwell Center which means if you are a resident you can now upgrade your currently line to a blazing fast fibr connection.
Facilities included are the residential condominiums, namely Rizal Tower, Luna Gardens, Hidalgo Place, Amorsolo Towers, Edades Garden Villas and Towers, Joya Lofts and Towers, One Rockwell, and The Manansala.
The Fibr roll-out in Rockwell is expected to raise the online lifestyles of an already digitally savvy community to higher levels experienced like never before. As a fast-growing commercial center, access to high-speed broadband allows enterprises to enhance their digital platforms for business and explore new opportunities to grow.
According to PLDT FVP and Head of Consumer Business for Market Development Oscar A. Reyes, Jr., the Fibr roll-out in Makati’s Rockwell Center and its surrounding areas complements the demanding and diverse broadband needs of its residents and tenants.
“Fibr-powered families can experience up to 100 Mbps of symmetrical internet speeds—which means subscribers may download and upload at equal high-speed,” Borlongan added. “This powerful connectivity also enables them to enjoy renowned entertainment options from PLDT Home’s game-changing entertainment box—the Roku PoweredTMTVolution which offers Cignal TV, and over 100 streaming channels including Netflix, iflix, and YouTube. PLDT Home Fibr also allows lag-free and stable streaming of high-quality, high-definition video content without pixelation.”
With robust connection from Fibr, families can also take advantage of PLDT’s SmartHome security devices such as the home monitoring system Fam Cam, the cyber security platform Fam Zone, and the multi-functional kiddie gadget Smart Watch.
Fibr subscribers can also now sign up for the country’s first-ever Whole Home WiFi service— the first intelligent Home Wi-Fi technology in the Philippines.
PLDT’s ongoing nationwide roll-out is part of its mission to give more Filipinos access to high-speed broadband. As of end-June, PLDT’s fiber facilities have passed 3.3 million homes and are expected to expand its FTTH coverage to about four million homes passed by the end of 2017. It is also deploying hybrid fiber technologies, such as Huawei’s G. fast which can boost data speeds up to 600-700 Mbps over copper lines.
PLDT has invested around P300 billion or nearly US$6 billion over the last decade to roll out the country’s most extensive fixed and wireless network infrastructure which now has 150,000 kilometers of fiber optic cables designed to support the Filipinos’ growing use of fixed and mobile data.