Eastern Communications is allocating P1 billion in capital expenditures this year as part of its ongoing national expansion and fiber network services rollout.
The company aims to increase its efforts in more emerging sites and business hubs while continuing to improve its network infrastructure and restoration across the country in 2023.
Eastern Communications’ cutting-edge technology and unparalleled customer service through its Philippine Domestic Submarine Cable Network (PDSCN), which recently landed in Zamboanga, will also be available in the remaining sites, Liloy and Dipolog in Zamboanga del Sur; Maasin, Leyte; and Mactan, Cebu.
The $150 million PDSCN project started in July 2022 at Subic Bay with Eastern Communications and its partners Globe and InfiniVAN Inc., and the joint infrastructure project is set to complete by April 2023 with the help of its latest cable ship provider, NTT WE Marine.
This year, Eastern Communications aims to continue its Via Eastern expansion campaign and extend its coverage across Visayas and Mindanao to provide more services to Filipinos.
The company plans to hold its Via Eastern launch in Zamboanga, one of its major expansion areas, to officially offer business-grade connectivity and digital solutions to customers in the area.