Eastern Communications expands to Negros, Bicol


Eastern Communications today, April 1, officially announced its footprint expansion in Negros and Bicol as part of its P3-billion capital expenditure for 2022.

Already, the telco has launched services ranging from connectivity to data, and collaboration solutions among the businesses in Bacolod City and Dumaguete City in Negros as well as Legazpi City, Naga City, and Sorsogon City in Bicol.

Eastern Communications wants to democratize technology by becoming a one-stop shop for all connectivity and ICT demands across the country.

“Our goal this year is to make digital technology as accessible as possible to serve the underserved and unserved areas,” according to Eastern Communications Sales Head Michael Castañeda.

The company has introduced its Internet Direct Service (IDS), a premium and dedicated high-speed business-grade connectivity, and other borderless solutions, such as Eastern Cloud, its business-grade cloud service, and Eastern Cyber Defense, a suite of premium cybersecurity solutions equipped by global partners such as Cisco, Fortinet and DOSarrest.

Eastern Communications continues to be a solutions partner of choice for some of the biggest industry players in the country via its brand of “High Tech” and its “High Touch” service.

Eastern Communications was awarded Telco of the Year in the 2020 Asia Leaders Awards and has received accolades from award giving bodies such as The Stevie Awards program, Best Employer Brand Awards, Philippine Quill Awards and the Anvil Awards.

Credit belongs to : www.mb.com.ph

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