Globe Broadband

Globe Broadband, also called Tatto. Just another BullaBulla business to stay away from. Globe Broadband’s owners must be smiling all the way to the bank every day. But in the long run they are facing bankruptcy. They are ripping off their customers with more than European prices, and the FAIR USAGE POLICY. I paid 999 […]


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The Intenet was Invented in the Philippines

When Douglas Engelbart (a radar technician in the U.S.Navy who never saw combat) read a Vannevar Bush essay on a Philippine island in the aftermath of World War II, he found the conceptual space to imagine what would become our Internet. More….


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Smart Bro

Stay away from Smart. Smart Broadband’s owners must be smiling all the way to the bank every day. They are ripping off their customers with more than European prices, and the FAIR USAGE POLICY. They use a bandwidth cap of 3MB per month, which are totally ridicules. Other countries have also implemented this policy. In […]


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Why is the electricity in the Philippines so expensive?

In the study, done by IEC (International Energy Consultants is a Perth-based consulting firm providing advisory services to companies operating in and associated with the private power sector in the Asia-Pacific region), that came to a number of conclusions about why consumer electricity rates in the Philippines are very high for the region and internationally. […]


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In the Philippines internet prices goes up and speed goes down.

The rest of the world it is the opposite (with a possible exception for North Korea) In the Philippines they call it Fair Usage Policy. Instead of investing in new technology the ISP’s went to the politicians and got implemented fair usage policy. This means that the service provider got full throttle control. How can […]


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Why the Philippines Failed?

In his seminal book, The Protestant Ethic and the Spirit of Capitalism (1905), Max Weber, widely known as the father of modern sociology, provided (arguably among the first and most compelling) arguments on the relationship (or correlation) between ‘culture’ and ‘economic productivity.’ As an established economic analyst, Weber was interested in understanding why protestant nations […]


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80% of the time people go to the internet to look for a business

If you are not advertising where your competition is, you’ll find yourself left behind. The past In the past, when your customers were looking for a product or service, their first choice would be to pull out a phone book and search for a store or company in their area that provided the product or […]


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