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Ayala Malls Cinemas’ Enhanced Website WWW.SURESEATS.COM Now Powered by Globe Telecom’s GMOVIES

Ayala Malls Cinemas takes a leap forward with Globe Telecom’s GMovies to bring an even better digital experience for patrons of SureSeats.com. The enhanced website features GMovies’s core technology of digitizing the movie-ticketing experience, making it even more convenient.

Broadway actress Lea Salonga leads the list of mentors tasked to guide and train six young Filipinas in their quest for digital stardom.

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INTERNET users have long complained of the very slow Internet speed in the country, the slowest in Southeast Asia and one of the slowest in all of Asia. The Philippines has an average Internet speed of only 2.8 megabits per second (mb/s), compared to South Korea’s 26.7, Sweden’s 19.1, Japan’s 17.4, and Hong Kong’s 16.8 in the Akamai Technologies’ State of the Internet report for 2015. In our part of the world, Singapore has 12.5 mb/s; Taiwan, 10.1; and Indonesia, 7.8.

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Get the BlackBerry Q10 or BlackBerry Z10 free at Plan 999 from Globe

Welcome the Year of the Horse with a brand-new BlackBerry handset from Globe Telecom, as the postpaid leader offers the BlackBerry Q10 or the BlackBerry Z10 free at Plan 999, making the latest BlackBerry devices more accessible to users who have grown to love the smartphone brand.

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Globe Telecom reinforces green initiatives; calls for donations of pre-owned hand phones

Globe Telecom reinforces its commitment on environmental sustainability by throwing its support for twin activities that promote green initiatives and outdoor activities by calling for donations of pre-owned mobile handsets.

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Grab a cab, share some love

The Filipino spirit is tested once again with another calamity that proved that there is not a storm so strong that can wear out the country’s unity. Relief drives are being organized left and right, and everyone is filled with the same selfless action to help by sending out used clothing, canned goods, bottled water, medicines, as well as volunteering time and effort in relief operations, packing goods, and distribution to affected areas. Getting these contributions to its destination is already proving to be quite the challenge, with the urban traffic and the rigorous commute, yet everyone still finds a way to carry on.

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