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Converge ICT Offers New FiberX Plans, Promises Nationwide Expansion

Better plans for better speeds

While PLDT and Globe are the two household names in providing fiber-based internet services, Converge ICT Solutions is fast becoming a solid alternative for people looking for blazing fast internet. Today the company has unveiled their new FiberX plans for consumers, which have extremely competitive pricing compared to its rivals.

The new FiberX plans consist of FiberX 1500, which comes with a burstable speed of up to 25Mbps, FiberX 2500 which comes with burstable speeds of up to 50Mbps and FiberX 3500 which gets you 100Mbps.

All their new fiber plans have no data caps, so you can enjoy the internet without any limits.

The company also announced that they are expanding further into the metro and the rest of the country, and boasts that they’ve already laid down 6,000 kilometers worth of fiber cables. The company is planning to expand to Nasugbu, Batangas and even to areas like San Fernando in La Union. The company is also looking into expanding their reach Nationwide though they have not specified their expansion plans as of yet.

The company also announced their Converge iBiz plan for businesses. You can see the plan breakdown below:

John Nieves

John is a veteran technology and gadget journalist with more than 10 years of experience both in print and online. When not writing about technology, he frequently gets lost in the boonies playing soldier.

2 Comments

  1. This may be an unpopular opinion, but it really feels unfair that only executive villages and private subdivisions are only ones benefiting(maybe a handful of barangays too?). I know that these types of services are probably sales oriented, but wouldn’t be an additional $$$ for them if they implemented it to the locals too?

  2. Calling them up for many months now but they’re always saying that they have no services yet in our area….given that I live and work in Makati. Sad.

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