Globe has been recognized as the Most Consistent Fixed Broadband Provider in 31 locations across the country for the second quarter of the year, based on an analysis by Ookla® of Speedtest Intelligence® data, a global industry standard for benchmarking networks.
Consistency reflects “a percentage of a provider’s data samples that meet minimum thresholds for download and upload speeds.” The higher the consistency, the better internet performance and quality that consumers will enjoy, Globe said in a press release.
Globe’s commitment to providing top-notch broadband services has been reflected in the consistency scores across various locations, namely:
- Las Piñas, Metro Manila, Philippines – 89.16
- Bustos, Bulacan, Philippines – 88.96
- Mandaluyong, 1550 Metro Manila, Philippines – 88.65
- Don Carlos, Bukidnon, Philippines – 88.42
- Sogod, 6007 Cebu, Philippines – 87.9
- Mexico, Pampanga, Philippines – 87.81
- General Tinio, Nueva Ecija, Philippines – 87.81
- Barotac Nuevo, Iloilo, Philippines – 87
- Jaen, Nueva Ecija, Philippines – 86.97
- Dumangas, Iloilo, Philippines – 85.72
- Santo Tomas, Batangas, Philippines – 84.25
- Tabogon, Cebu, Philippines – 82.65
- Tanjay City, Negros Oriental, Philippines – 80.8
- San Jose de Buenavista, Antique, Philippines – 79.17
- Tubod, Lanao del Norte, Philippines – 76.92
- Kalibo, Aklan, Philippines – 76.33
- Manapla, Negros Occidental, Philippines – 78.23
- Tapaz, Capiz, Philippines – 74.27
- San Francisco, Cebu, Philippines – 75.62
- Bogo City, Cebu, Philippines – 66.82
- Baybay City, Leyte, Philippines – 63.77
- Catbalogan City, Samar, Philippines – 72
- Jetafe, Bohol, Philippines – 59.3
- Babatngon, Leyte, Philippines – 59.09
- Binalbagan, Negros Occidental, Philippines – 71.17
- San Antonio, Nueva Ecija, Philippines – 86.83
- Hilongos, Leyte, Philippines – 54.95
- Palompon, Leyte, Philippines – 54.9
- Badiangan, Iloilo, Philippines – 53.87
- Malay, Aklan, Philippines – 57.89
- Madridejos, Cebu, Philippines – 41.44
Ookla analyzes consistency among providers using a statistical method called logistic regression. This approach helps adjust the comparisons, ensuring a fair and accurate assessment, the press release said.
“We will continue to strive for excellence and set new benchmarks in the industry to ensure greater digital experiences for our customers,” said Raymond Policarpio, Vice President of Globe At Home Brand Management.
Globe recognizes that the growing dependence on connectivity by its customers necessitates more robust and quicker connections, best achieved through fixed wired solutions, the press release said.
To address this need, Globe has accelerated its fiber deployment, rolling out a total of 3.7 million fiber-to-the-home lines, 1.4 million of which were installed in 2022 alone. It is also actively transitioning its fixed wireless and legacy technology customers to fiber connections, it added.
To democratize access, Globe recently introduced GFiber Prepaid, its fully digital sachet fiber proposition that has no lockup period and monthly fees, with reloadable unli internet for as low as P299 for seven days. It does not require documents for application and comes with various payment options, including via Buy Now, Pay Later through Gcash, the press release said.*