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Telstra is looking to partner with the Philippines’ San Miguel to disrupt the duopoly of PLDT and Globe in the archipelago nation.
The shutdown has been bitterly criticized by digital rights groups.
Thai telecoms group Intouch, through its VC arm Invent, injects funds into golf booking app Golfdigg.
Phunware creates mobile applications and strategies that brands like NBC Sports and CBS Interactive use to engage with customers.
The little telco that could is getting a new boost to enable small cell LTE technology and competitive mobile data bundles.
Globe says the deal will take Yondu regional.
Paywhere is the company behind TackThis!, which enables entrepreneurs and businesses to set up their online stores, manage their store inventory, and accept pay...
The Singapore-based subsidiary of telecommunications provider GlobalRoam will use aSpecial’s analytics tool to make its service attractive to marketers.
Conglomerate San Miguel has concluded agreements for the rollout of its mobile telecommunications network in the Philippines.
Kickstart now eyes the more developed startups that have validated their markets and are looking to expand.
PLDT’s SafeZone brings businesses closer to customers by offering access to their mobile apps and sites without data charges.
Philippine telco Smart unveils world’s first direct billing service for App Store and iTunes purchases
Filipinos subscribed to Smart Communications will no longer need credit cards to purchase downloads for their Apple devices.
Lenddo has proven its algorithm for verifying a customer’s identity and character works. Now it’s selling it to industries that have use for it.
This comes just two weeks after the two signed an agreement for a 50-50 venture for online and mobile payment solutions.
Smart of the PLDT group welcomes the year 2015 with this surprise for its subscribers.
Filipinos subscribed to Smart Telecommunications no longer have to go digging for their credit cards when buying that hit game or app for their Android phones.
Hundreds of millions of people in China still have no 4G thanks to blatant protectionism. This is why the rest of the world should care.