TELECOMMUNICATIONS company Eastern Communications on Monday said it sealed partnerships with local Community Antenna Television (CATV) and Internet Service Providers, Mendez Cable TV Inc. and Clare Cable TeleVision (TV).
“We are thrilled to forge our partnerships with Mendez Cable TV Inc. and Clare Cable TV. This helps recognize our goal of expanding our regional presence and likewise help our Ka-Easterns get the connectivity that they deserve. Cavite and Batangas are identified as key areas for us at Eastern, and with these partnerships, we hope to see its residents and local businesses flourish,” said Michael Castañeda, Eastern Communications vice president and head of sales.
Eastern Communications said it will provide Mendez Cable TV Inc. its Internet Direct Service (IDS), reinforcing the local provider’s connectivity services to residential and commercial customers within the 24 barangay (villages) of Mendez and 36 barangay of Indang in Cavite.
It added that Eastern Communications’ IDS is a country-centric and dedicated high-speed internet service that offers lower latency and better quality of service to customers who require very particular connectivity requirements.
IDS, according to the company, is highly recommended for provinces like Mendez as this will allow local subscribers to enjoy an improved network experience and help businesses fulfill their day-to-day operations smoothly.
“Providing quality services to our subscribers has always been our mission, and this support from Eastern Communications meets that promise. This endeavor will allow us to respond to the growing need for a stronger connectivity in our service areas, especially since Cavite has seen much economic growth in the last few years,” Rodelito Bay, owner of Mendez Cable TV Inc., said.