DITO Telecommunity, the third major player in the Philippine telecommunications industry, after a successful commercial launch last March 8 in 15 selected cities in Visayas and Mindanao, announced the inclusion of 21 more cities starting April 16, 2021.
Atty. Adel Tamano, the Chief Administrative Officer of DITO, said, “We are very excited to announce that in just a few weeks after our commercial launch in Cebu and Davao, more Filipinos can now experience stronger and reliable connectivity with DITO’s Luzon expansion.”
The DITO CAO mentioned that, included in the DITO expansion are the provinces of Tarlac, Nueva Ecija, Bulacan, Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Cebu, and General Santos; and that sim cards are now available in more than 300-partner stores, and will be available very soon in three DITO-owned stores in Cebu and Davao.
The specific areas where DITO services are now available are as follows:
- General Santos City (South Cotabato)
- Compostela (Cebu)
- Cordova (Cebu)
- Malvar (Batangas)
- Tanauan (Batangas)
- Lipa City (Batangas)
- Santo Tomas (Batangas)
- Silang (Cavite)
- Tagaytay City (Cavite
- Los Banos (Laguna)
- Calamba (Laguna)
- Baliuag (Bulacan)
- Palayan (Nueva Ecija)
- Santa Rosa (Nueva Ecija)
- Science City of Munoz (Nueva Ecija)
- Talavera (Nueva Ecija)
- Cabanatuan City (Nueva Ecija)
- Tarlac City (Tarlac)
- Capas (Tarlac)
- Concepcion (Tarlac)
- Gerona (Tarlac)
“In line with DITO’s expansion of commercial operations, we have also launched a new promo to get more and more Filipinos experience the true difference of DITO,” added Atty. Tamano. “We are currently offering our subscribers 25GB High Speed Data for PHP 199 valid for 30-days. With this value-for-money promo, Filipino subscribers can also enjoy unlimited DITO-to-DITO calls and texts, call waiting, call forwarding, video over LTE, and unlimited texts and 300 mins calls to other mobile networks.”
Atty. Adel Tamano reiterated what was said on March 8 during the launch that the successful launch of DITO is an example of how cooperation, and active collaboration of government and private corporations, is key to bring about true recovery led by advancements in the realm of communications and connectivity.
“This we believe is not just a triumph of DITO but of the Filipino people,” ended Atty. Tamano.
For more information on the points of sale, and other details, please visit the official Facebook page of DITO at www.facebook.com/DITOphofficial or the website at www.dito.ph.