Tuesday, April 16, 2024
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Now Corp.

Now Telecom set to become 4th telco after getting NTC permit

Wireless broadband firm Now Telecom is slated to become country’s fourth telecom player after the National Telecommunications Commission issued last Sept. 14 the extension of its provisional authority (PA) to operate a mobile telecommunications system.

Now Telecom taps Aboitiz, Frontier Tower for common cell sites

Now Corp. Telecom has signed a memorandum of understanding with Aboitiz InfraCapital (AIC) and Frontier Tower Associates (FTA) to discuss and negotiate the lease of build-to-suit sites, towers, and passive telecommunications infrastructure and facilities.

Now Corp. hooks up with Korea’s SK Telecom for 5G pivot

SK Telecom, which launched the world’s first commercial 5G, is transferring Korea’s 5G technologies to the Philippines and will also export 5G B2B or business-to-business solutions to the country via Now Corp.

Now Corp. forges alliance with UnionBank for 5G

UnionBank signed an MOU with Now Corp. and affiliate Now Telecom to utilize and promote the use of new generation telecommunication networks, including 5G wireless technology, in support of the bank’s digital transformation roadmap.

Now Corp. bags UnionBank as first gigabit client for ‘Fiber Air’

The first activated site with a 1Gbps broadband connectivity via fixed wireless is UnionBank’s corporate headquarters in Ortigas Center, Pasig City.

SEC approves equity restructuring of Now Corp.

The SEC also gave the go-signal for the reduction in its authorized capital via a lowering of the par value per share.

Now Corp. deploying virtual network operator model in Luzon

Now Corp. president and CEO Mel Velarde said they are aiming to inject renewed energy to the failed MVNO attempts by other telcos and will seek to correct the shortcomings.

Now Corp. to sue DICT chief for massive drop in stock value

Now Corp. said it is planning to file charges against Department of Information and Communication and Technology (DICT) acting secretary Eliseo Rio Jr. for his alleged ?reckless? statement that caused the free fall of the company?s shares.
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