“We are your true broadband service partner.”

Focused, reliable, performance driven

This was PT&T’s statement in support of the 18th International Cable Congress and Exhibit, whose theme, “Bawat Pilipino, Dapat Konektado,” called on participants to bring connectivity to Filipinos throughout the country.

Held from March 9 to 10 at the Manila Hotel, the Congress was organized by the Federation of International Cable TV Associations of the Philippines (FICTAP), the largest non-profit organization of cable television operators in the country. It gathered members of the industry and provided a platform to discuss issues and develop solutions to help improve the lives of Filipinos.

During the event, Reiner Klocker, PT&T’s Head of Sales, gave a presentation to the Congress’s attendees.

In it, he recognized the value of internet connectivity in society, as it drives social change and business opportunities. To reap its benefits fully, he underlined the importance of broadband service providers that are reliable, high performing and are focused on its customers and their needs.

Klocker also discussed how PT&T complements FICTAP’s goals in providing technology and connectivity to the people of the Philippines. A leader of the telecommunications industry since 1962, PT&T was one of the first to deploy nationally a fully IP-based broadband network. And with its mission to deliver the truest broadband service solutions, PT&T continues to pioneer innovations in connectivity.

With PT&T’s growing fiber footprint and national franchise,  Klocker  noted “PT&T is ready to support your internet access expansion.”

“PT&T is the strongest alternative broadband network in the market today,” said Klocker in his speech. Filling a niche that provides a strong cooperative model for clients, PT&T has the right set of products and services that answer the various connectivity needs of corporations, businesses and individuals.

As one of the event’s sponsors, PT&T also participated in an exhibit that showcased the company’s different products and services. Delegates from cable and other telecommunication industries were some of the booth’s many visitors who made inquiries about the company. Several participants also made the commitment to collaborate with PT&T and be partners in bringing connectivity to the country.

The 18th International Cable Congress and Exhibit was attended by members of the telecommunications and media and entertainment industries, as well as esteemed guests Deputy Commissioner Delilah Deles of the National Telecommunications Commission, Movie and Television Classification and Review Board Chairman Rachel Arenas, National Commission for Culture and the Arts Chairman Virgilio S. Almario, FICTAP National Chairperson Estrellita Juliano-Tamano, and Senator Grace Poe.