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But deregulation has always been followed by consolidation.So Smart was bought by PLDT, Islacom was bought by Globe, Bayantel was bought by Globe, Sun was bought by PLDT, so from deregulation you have some consolidation,” stressed Patalinghug.“The only realistic third player is the government, but its social value is its cost-insensitive capacity to pour investments in “last-mile” and high costs areas, and to build “last-mile” network that complements with existing networks,” he said.
“In 1992 to 1996, we got 11 telco players in this industry.In her own way, Frances must have felt unrecognized by her family -- they couldn't see how she wanted to give up everything for Jesus. Alexis told her God was giving her an important choice: Did she want to recover or not?It's hard for us to understand why a thirteen-year-old would want to die but Frances was miserable.Our analysis is that a third player can enter the market if it is cost insensitive for the next ten to fifteen years. Patalinghug even bared that the Philippines is not alone when it comes to a two-player telecom structure with Myanmar as the other while India, the second most populous country in the world, will also join the list in the coming months.
Patalinghug, second from left, after delivering a speech at the Asian Institute of Management in Makati.Our government (will not yet operate these structures), taking from the experience of Telepono sa Barangay, it was not a success, so maintenance and usage of these cell sites will be better off with the private companies,” said Rio.