The broadband internet hearing last January 11, 2011 brought a minor victory where NTC decided to remove the broadband cap in the draft memo. ANC featured a special episode on broadband internet last week where I listed down the demands of the online petition “No to broadband cap, yes to #betterinternet in the Philippines” and Tonyo Cruz presented his position paper.
Here is part 1 of the video.
starts at 2:21
The rest of the videos at ANCalerts youtube channel.
Other stories on #betterinternet
“Deal or no Deal?” by The Jester-in-Exile
“Telco’s easy way out” by Karen Ang
“Limiting your Internet use is good for you” by Liberty Chee
“A Student speaks out on Broadband Cap” by adtcruz
” A Better Draft memorandum order on Minimum Speed of Broadband Connections” by The Jester-in-Exile
It takes two to tango by Noemi Lardizabal-Dado
SLOW … SLUGGISh …Boredband – Broadband by Juned Sonido
With Broadband caps deleted, NTC should take steps for PH to get #betterinternet by Tonyo Cruz for TXTPower.org
Limiting your internet use is good for you by Caffeine Sparks
Broadband Cap? What broadband?? By Blogie
Filipino netizens debate on broadband cap by Julius Rocas
NTC to cap our broadband connections by Lady Programmer
On Broadband speed by Ducky Paredes
Broadband data cap a big blow to local IT firms by Computer World
Broadband dunce cap by Chin Wong
HR 407- Inquiry on Broadband Internet Services by Kabataan Party List
Draft HR on Broadband Speed NTC by Rep Teddy Casino
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