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PLDT partners with Sta. Lucia Land for high-speed fiber connections

by Olive O. Barrozo | Mar 08, 2018
Shown in photo at the signing of the partnership agreement are from left, PLDT Key Account Manager Kate Medina Arevalo, Sta. Lucia Land VP Purchasing Vincent Jose Santos, and PLDT AVP and Head of Building Industry Consultancy Services (BICS) Ronaldo David Mendoza.

PLDT has signed a strategic partnership agreement with one of the country’s premier real estate companies Sta. Lucia Land to equip the latter’s vertical projects with the latest Enterprise and Home solutions such as high-speed broadband connection via PLDT’s fiber technology, customized products and services for the offices and commercial establishments, and other value-added services.

“With PLDT, existing and upcoming projects of Sta. Lucia such as malls, office buildings and condominiums are future-proof.  We shall ensure that a specific building is equipped in terms of fixed and/or wireless facilities to meet the multimedia and digital requirements of its tenants, customers and/or residents,” said PLDT AVP and Head of Building Industry Consultancy Services (BICS) Ronaldo David Mendoza.

The partnership also entails value-added services from PLDT which include a dedicated key account manager and priority technical support.

Among the Sta. Lucia residences that will be served by PLDT fiber facility are the Santorini Tower, located in the eastern part of Metro Manila – straddling the cities of Pasig, Marikina, Antipolo, and the town of Cainta; the Arterra Residences in Mactan, Cebu; the Sotogrande in Davao; and the Splendido Taal Towers in Batangas.

“As we strategically develop properties that will spur progress and add value to the communities where they are located, we are happy to partner with industry leader PLDT to provide our malls, office building, and condominiums with world-class services of PLDT– a gateway to a world-class community,” said Sta. Lucia Land VP Purchasing Vincent Jose Santos.

Sta. Lucia Land has been creating charming communities since the early 70s, helping improve the country’s housing landscape over the decades. Its residential estates and condominiums can now be found all over the country – from Metro Manila, Cavite, Laguna, and Batangas to Pampanga, Cabanatuan City, Pangasinan, and Baguio in Luzon; to Cebu, Bacolod, and Iloilo in the Visayas; to Davao and Cagayan de Oro in Mindanao. 

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