As internet speeds improve, consistency is key in achieving #FirstWorldNetwork

Globe’s nationwide tower builds have resulted in a ‘sustained and consistent’ network with better connectivity experience for its customers.

The telco's continuous investments to upgrade its network, coupled with its aggressive site roll outs are adding new capacity and increasing data bandwidth available to customers. With improving internet speeds, Globe is also looking at consistency of network services across all areas where its services are available. 

According to the latest Ookla® data, Globe has a better consistency score than competition in several regions including the Ilocos Region at 64.46% with an increase of 11.58 PPTs (percentage points)[1]. In fact, Globe’s regional mobile Consistency Score™ registered  improvements in 16 out of 17 regions, comparing Q4 2020 to Q3 2020 results.  

Ookla®'s quarterly data shows that Globe's overall Consistency Score™ in Q4 2020 improved to 60.82% from Q3’s 56.83%. The company registered increases as high as 10 PPTs, with Consistency Scores of up to 65% in Q4 2020[2]. 

Mobile Consistency Score measures the number of incidences (viewed as a percentage) of a provider's samples equal or exceeds both a download threshold of 5 Mbps and an upload threshold of 1 Mbps. 

“We aim to address the government’s call to improve services with our #FirstWorldNetwork which entails using the most advanced technologies available like 5G and 4G LTE, and make these as pervasive as possible for our customers to enjoy.  We will continue our aggressive rollouts of new sites, upgrades,  and  fiber to homes.  Doing so will enable better connectivity and improve the data experience of all our customers,” shared Ernest Cu, Globe’s President and Chief Executive Officer. 

Globe strongly supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, particularly UN SDG No. 9 which highlights the roles of infrastructure and innovation as crucial drivers of economic growth and development. Globe is committed to upholding the 10 United Nations Global Compact principles and 10 UN SDGs.

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[1]Based on analysis by Ookla® of Speedtest Intelligence® data Q4 2020 in Ilocos Region. Ookla trademarks used under license and reprinted with permission.

[2]Based on analysis by Ookla® of Speedtest Intelligence® data comparing Q3 2020 to Q4 2020. Ookla trademarks used under license and reprinted with permission.

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