Converge continues to push for a wider rollout of its affordable BIDA Fiber postpaid service. After its launch in San Nicolas, Cebu last September, Converge expands BIDA Fiber to the southern cities of NCR, specifically in Las Piñas and Parañaque.
Aside from Las Piñas and Parañaque, Converge commits to further expand BIDA Fiber coverage to other places in South Luzon like Laguna, Cavite, Batangas, and Quezon Province. To date, BIDA Fiber covers 588 cities and municipalities across the Philippines.
As its most affordable postpaid service, BIDA Fiber has an affordable monthly fee of Php 888, and Converge commits to download speeds of up to 35Mbps with no data cap. Making BIDA Fiber different from its main FiberX offerings is that it has a limit of 6 connected devices at a time, and the modem’s LAN ports are not enabled. This makes BIDA Fiber a WiFi-only fiber internet offering.
The coverage expansion of BIDA Fiber is in line with Converge’s commitment of providing quality fiber internet to the lower C to D markets–which they believe is an untapped market.
“As we champion digital access to the mass markets, we are encouraged by the take-up of the BIDA fiber brand which is now gradually expanding its presence in NCR,” Converge NCR Regional General Manager Jay Villalobos said.
Aside from its affordable monthly rate, BIDA Fiber subscribers also get complimentary access to BlastTV, which is Converge’s value-added service that provides various entertainment, lifestyle, and sports streaming content. This further adds value for money to BIDA Fiber, making it an ideal postpaid fiber internet plan for families who want to enjoy fast internet without paying an arm and leg.