DITO Telecommunity Expands Network Coverage To 15 More Cities

DITO Telecommunity had expanded its network coverage to 15 more cities.

DITO Telecommunity on Saturday officially announced that it had expanded its network coverage to 15 more cities in the Philippines.

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DITO Telecommunity was further expanding its mobile network service coverage to 15 more cities in the Philippines — over a month since it commercially launched in the Visayas and Mindanao areas.

We are pleased to inform you that DITO Telecommunity Corporation has announced the expansion of services to 15 more cities as of May 1, 2021,” DITO Telecommunity said in an advisory.

DITO Telecommunity commercially launched its services in 15 pilot areas last March 8 and brought its services to 21 more cities and entered Luzon.

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According to DITO, subscribers from Central Luzon, South Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao can avail of its 25GB “High Speed Data” promo for PHP 199, which was valid for 30 days.

DITO added that subscribers can also enjoy unlimited DITO-to-DITO calls and texts as well as unlimited texts and 300 minutes of voice calls to other mobile networks aside from its fast and reliable data services.

Features such as call forwarding, call waiting, and video over LTE (VoLTE), according to DITO, were also available for DITO subscribers.

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Here is the list of cities where DITO Telecommunity expanded its presence:

  • Central Luzon
    Plaridel in Bulacan; Gapan City, San Leonardo, and San Jose City in Nueva Ecija; and San Fernando City in Pampanga
  • South Luzon
    Batangas City and Ibaan in Batangas; and Kawit, Bacoor City, and Imus City in Cavite
  • Visayas and Mindanao
    Toledo City, Balamban, and Barili in Cebu; and Santo Tomas and Braulio E. Dujali in Davao del Norte

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