New Major Player in Telco Industry…

Who will be the 3rd Party Telco Provider here in the philippines? this is the common question the every filipino have in mind. Almost everyone is waiting for it, this is why our existing telco provider are keep on upgrading their system.

Any idea on who will be the next Telco Provider in our country..??

Last monday 8th of October 2018, i was one of the few given the chance to see/meet in person, the first filipino partner of  the existing telco company in in Australi and in USA-though the name of the company is not yet  is not yet reveal during the interview, but the infrastructure and schedule plan is already done.

At the NTC – National Telecommunication and Communication office, while waiting i was surprise when i saw a black hummer in a high grade bullet proof went parked in front of the lobby. And he is….

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LCS Group of Companies and former governor Luis Chavit Singson submitted an application form and documents to NTC – National Telecommunication and Communication as a 3rd Telco provider to the Philippines, with total payment of 1 million pesos cold cash.

LCS Group of Companies strengthen the bid for third Telco by joining Tier 1 Consortium

Quezon City – LCS Group of Companies, headed by its Chairman, Mr. Luis “Chavit”
Singson shall file its bid as third Telco in the country, at the National Telecommunication
Commission on Monday morning, October 8.

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LCS Group of Companies shall intensify its telecommunication sector under union with
TierOne Communications International Inc. TierOne is a Communications and
Connectivity Ecosystem dedicated to delivering broadband-based products and
services, with particular focus on the under-served and un-served markets.

In the Philippines, TierOne has begun with the delivery of bandwidth to the Autonomous
Region of Muslim Mindanao (ARMM), where broadband has been identified as a key
driver of growth. TierOne has partnered with the industry’s top vendors and service
providers locally and abroad, to hasten and improve the quality of connectivity available
in the area. The present roadmap is focused on rolling out a quality broadband network
nationwide.

DotMobile is the mobile brand of TierOne, the name behind the mobile and broadband
services. Apart from services though, DotMobile will soon also be carried by devices –
phones, tablets, and laptops.

LCS Group of Companies is founded by its President and Chairman, Mr. Chavit
Singson. He is a well-known Filipino businessman with a political and business career
that both span for more than half a century.

Mr. Chavit Singson’s goal to pay it forward is also the prime reason why he embarks on
this a new venture. “This will bring significant contribution to different industries in an
effort to maximize the potential of the Philippines.”, said Mr. Singson.

Ms. Charissa Singson, CEO of Gracia Telecom is also a key player in this undertaking.
“Another Telco is not just a way for sparking an all-out price war, but it is also an
opportunity for everybody to offer better, if not the best services. It aims to become a
significant player in the broadband industry which is currently being dominated by Globe Telecom, and PLDT Inc.’, explains Ms. Singson.

At issue are a set of valuable 3G, 4G and potential 5G frequencies that a new major
player will use to supply mobile services and break the PLDT Inc. and Globe Telecom
“duopoly.”

President Duterte wants a new telco player to compete with incumbent players to
provide more options and better service to consumers.  

 

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with former Governor Luis Chavit Singson and his LCS Group of Companies partner TierOne Bentley-Anderson.

 

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