Some HOAs are now keen to cooperate with Globe’s cell site expansion plans
The Magallanes, Bel-Air, Greenhills North, Ayala Alabang and Hillsborough home owners associations (HOA) are now open to Globe’s rollout of cell towers within their areas.
Earlier, the Ayala-owned telco published an open letter to several HOAs in Metro Manila area, lamenting their lack of cooperation and outright refusal in improving mobile and Internet services within their localities.
“We are confident that the HOAs will consider the benefits of a connected community in this digital age over the myths of health risks,” said Globe’s executives.
According to Globe’s earlier open letter, these villages and subdivisions have rejected the telco’s plans to build cell sites and towers: Forbes Park, Dasmarinas, Magallanes, San Lorenzo, Bel-Air, Green Meadows, La Vista, Greenhills North, Fruitville, JEE Village, BF Homes, Merville, South Bay Garden, Concepcion, Modesta, Loyola Grand Villas, Jaybee, St. Mary’s Subdivision, Vista Real Classica Subdivision, Meteor Homes, Valle Verde 1, Kings Vill Executive Village, Smile CitiHomes Condominium, Thomas Homes, and Vista Rio.