PLDT Inc. on Thursday said it expects to complete its network migration from legacy fixed wireless service into better and faster fixed wired and wireless service by end of the month.
The country’s largest telecommunications company said it would complete the scheduled decommissioning of about 185 telecom towers by end-July 2022 to provide Time-Division Duplex Long-Term Evolution or TD-LTE coverage to Home Ultera.
This means more than 3,000 subscribers of Home Ultera, who are eligible for service migration, will have the option to either move to higher speed fixed fiber plans, or to a postpaid wireless service for the home at no additional cost, and for better customer experience.
“Customers who will migrate to Home Fiber will also enjoy free installation and modem fees,” PLDT said
The migration initiative will cover 58 areas in the Philippines.