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    Globe’s KonekTayo WiFi, GoWiFi to power up Davao City’s connectivity

    MANILA, Philippines – The Philippines largest city, Davao City, will soon experience a boost in internet connectivity through its partnership with Globe Telecom’s GoWiFi as well as KonekTayo WiFi services.

    The milestone partnership aims to keep Dabawenyos safe, informed and connected as the demand for reliable Internet connectivity increases rapidly. Providing the highly urbanized city with top industry-grade and innovative services, Globe also aims to give residents reliable as well as affordable means of communication.

    Globe’s KonekTayo WiFi, GoWiFi to power up Davao City

    Staff members and the general public can now conduct essential online activities and remain connected for free at Davao City Hall and Davao People’s Park through GoWiFi, the country’s largest WiFi service. GoWifi, which is available to all users regardless of network provider, is available in over 3,100 locations all over the Philippines.

    Meanwhile, residents of Bucana, Sasa, and SIR Village 1 and 2 will be able to connect to the internet at speeds of up to 20 Mbps for an affordable price through Globe KonekTayo WiFi, a public community WiFi data service.

    “We remain steadfast and focused on the vision of the city government to fulfill a better and more connected Davao City, and enable the efficient delivery of services to its people through accessible and affordable internet services,” said Globe President and CEO Ernest Cu.

    Aside from access to GoWiFi and KonekTayo WiFi services, Davao City youth from four communities will get the chances to attend Ambassadorship training for the Digital Thumbprint Program (DTP). The program aims to properly educate those with access to the internet on how to act responsibly online and to protect themselves and loved ones from the risks and threats posed by the use of internet.

    “The local government has always been thankful for the contribution of the private sector in ensuring the welfare of the city and the Dabawenyos. Let us continue working to meet the rising demand for connectivity across the country,” said Vice-Mayor Baste Duterte.

    — Mini, The Summit Express

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