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Modernization is now up-speeding, and technology offers great demand for people who prefers an easy way of living. To answer these queries, different services are being offered by various telecommunications; one of those is the Globe. Ayala-led Globe Telecom Inc. is now offering a fastest fiber-to-home internet service through launching the new Globe Tattoo Torque.

This Globe Tattoo Torque is widely used in widely used in more developed markets like Singapore and South Korea and this is the first direct-to-home fiber-optic cable Internet connection in the Philippines, which offers speeds up to 150 megabytes (mbps) that allows network to transmit larger amounts of data more efficiently over long distances.

According to the head of Ayala-led Globe Telecom Inc. broadband and landline marketing Don Ronquillo, Tattoo Torque is Globe’s solution to subscriber’s need to carry m(–foul word(s) removed–)ive amounts of data into their home, like their favorite movies, music, games and much more. The users could actually be able to download full high-definition movies up to 8 gigabytes in size in less than 20 minutes.

For P2,999 a month, the entry-level plan in the new Torque line offers speed of as fast as 6 mbps, which is already three times faster than the normal digital subscriber line or DSL plans in the market today.

Plans come bundled with a landline connection and a wireless Wi-Fi router.

The 100 mbps plan, which is the fastest available today, costs P14,999 a month. This is still slower than the 112-mbps Internet connections currently offered by cable company SkyBroadband.

“But in March, Globe plans to launch 150-mbps plans, which will cost around P20,000 a month,” Ronquillo said.

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