This, after Globe has successfully deployed its Cell Site on Wheels (COW) at the said area, which will help boost the mobile signal of regional government offices in the vicinity.
A launching ceremony was conducted earlier to mark the on-airing of the COW. It was attended by representatives from Globe, National Telecommunications Commission (NTC), National Economic and Development Authority (Neda), Department of Justice (DOJ), Department of Science and Technology (DOST), and San Fernando Electric Light and Power Company (SFELAPCO).
The said boost provided employees and visitors better call and data connectivity while around the area.
Globe said the move was in response to a request made by the NTC-Central Luzon for enhanced services in the hub.
The NTC also helped identify and facilitate approval of the location for the COW inside the Neda compound.
The COW is a mobile tower that can be moved to places that need strong cell signals temporarily.
Globe set it up in Pampanga as an interim solution while pursuing the establishment of two microsites in the government center, which hosts the Land Transportation Office, DOJ, Philippine Statistics Authority, Social Security System, among other agencies.
“We are thankful to the National Government and other local officials, especially to the NTC, for supporting our efforts to continuously improve our network coverage. Globe will always be a partner of the government in bringing connectivity to the people,” said Joel Agustin, Globe SVP for Program Delivery, Network Technical Group.