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DITO Expands to 15 New Cities in the Philippines

DITO expands 15 new cities

Third telco provider, DITO telecommunity announced that their service would now be available to fifteen new areas on the first of May. As DITO expands to 15 new cities, the telco has effectively grown its reach to a total of 36 cities nationwide. This includes their recent Luzon expansion that listed 18 cities where their service is now available. Prior to their commercial launch, DITO mentioned that they would favor less saturated and underserved markets in order to meet their goal of serving 37.48% of the population or 8,860 barangays.

Dito Expands to these 15 New Cities

Central Luzon

    • Plaridel, Bulacan
    • San Fernando City, Pampanga
    • Gapan City, Nueva Ecija
    • San Leonardo, Nueva Ecija
    • San Jose City, Nueva Ecija

South Luzon

    • Ibaan, Batangas
    • Batangas City, Batangas
    • Kawit, Cavite
    • Bacoor City, Cavite
    • Imus City, Cavite

Visayas

    • Toledo City, Cebu
    • Balamban, Cebu
    • Barili, Cebu

Mindanao

    • Santo Tomas, Davao del Norte
    • Braulio E. Dujali, Davao del Norte

DITO expands 15 new citiesDITO Telecommunity has also extended their welcome promo, which originally ran from April 16 to April 30, can still be availed until May 16, 2021. The DITO SIM can be bought from their website, official Lazada store, or from their partner stores for only Php 199.

Subscribers from these areas may start enjoying 25GB of high-speed data that’s valid for 30 days. The promo also includes unlimited DITO-to-DITO calls and texts. The welcome offer includes connectivity to other mobile networks which include unlimited texts, 300 minutes worth of calls, and services such as call forwarding, call waiting, and video over LTE.

Before you switch to a DITO SIM, make sure to check if your phone is compatible with their SIM. Some early adopters reported not being able to send or receive SMS or calls from other mobile networks during the initial commercial launch of the telco which is expected as the telco is still in its infancy. Do you use a DITO SIM? Share your experience with us in the comments below.

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