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3rd telco

NTC junks motion for reconsideration of Sear Telecom, PT&T

Both Sear Telecom and PT&T can still file their appeal at a cost of P10 million to the NTC en banc within three calendar days upon receipt of the denial of the motion for reconsideration.

Recto, Poe back appointment of Honasan as DICT secretary

Senators Ralph Recto and Grace Poe said the appointment of Gringo Honasan as DICT chief comes in at a critical time of the selection of the new major telco player.

PH market big enough for more than 3 telcos, says solon

Two to four new telecommunications operators, according to party-list representative Neil Abayon, "can fit into the Philippine market and still be profitable."

Solon says shared towers will boost mobile Internet speed in PH

The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) has already received an unsolicited proposal from a private firm that plans to construct wireless towers for shared use.

Villar-owned firm interested to bid for 3rd telco slot: DICT

Pres. Rodrigo Duterte signed on Tuesday, October, 23, Republic Act 11089 granting Streamtech, a company owned by the Villar family, a 25-year franchise to operate a telecommunications system throughout the country.

Poe says Now Telecom can’t delay 3rd telco selection on mere whim

The government is set to announce a "provisional" third telco on November 7 barring any decision from the courts, according to Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) acting secretary Eliseo M. Rio Jr.

PT&T joins 3rd telco race, says bid guidelines ?acceptable?

PT&T president and CEO James Velasquez said they have bought the bid documents from the NTC and is confident of their chances of being selected as the country's third major telco.

DICT hits Now Telecom’s lawsuit, questions financial capability

DICT acting secretary Eliseo M. Rio Jr. said the participation fee of P1 million paid by Now Telecom might have cost a significant impact on its mother company, Now Corporation, whose operating income only stood at P6.3 million in 2017.

DICT vows to follow Duterte order to name 3rd telco by December

Pres. Rodrigo Duterte, in an interview with Presidential Legal Counsel Salvador Panelo, said that he will be taking over the decision on the selection of the third telco player if this will not be resolved at the soonest possible time.

DICT chief threatens to resign if overruled by telco oversight committee

DICT acting secretary Eliseo M. Rio Jr. reportedly said he will quit his post if he is outvoted by the oversight committee for the entry of the third major telecommunications player in the country.
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