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(SDN) — The power couple of Converge ICT Solutions, Inc. has committed to helping Cebu in Central Philippines become a world-class province.
Converge Co-Founders CEO Dennis Anthony H. Uy and his wife President Grace Uy made the commitment during their courtesy call recently on Cebu Gov. Gwendolyn Garcia. They were in the province as they rolled out Converge’s fiber broadband services.
Some key officers of the ICT company, which is presently expanding its services across the country’s three main islands, accompanied the Uy couple in the visit to the woman governor.
The Converge CEO welcomed the provincial leadership’s warm reception to their visit.
“I would like to thank Governor Gwen Garcia for the warm welcome during our visit. We look forward to a strong partnership as we provide world-class fiber broadband services to customers in Cebu. We’re one with them in making Cebu future-ready with the right infrastructure in place and the best technology today,” the male Uy said.
Recall that Converge, said to be the “leading fiber internet services provider” in the Philippines, officially launched its high-speed fiber broadband service in the Visayas, marking its entry with the grand opening of its regional corporate office and the ceremonial launch of its Mandaue business center.
In the next few weeks, Converge is also set to open its business center in Cebu City (Queen City of the South). It will also start providing connectivity services to Talisay, Cordova, and Lapu-Lapu City in one of the most developed provinces in the country.
Prospective customers who want to know if their area is serviceable by Converge, may log-on to www.gofiber.com or visit its business center at the Oakridge IT Center Tower 2, Oakridge Business Park in Mandaue City.
Also known in the local dialect as “Dakbayan sa Sugbo”, Cebu City is dubbed “Queen City of the South” after Congress declared it a Chartered City after acrimonious debate among the province of Cebu’s congressmen.
But President Manuel L. Quezon got tired of the debate. On October 20, 1936, the President signed the law authored by Congressman Don Vicente Rama, declaring Cebu a Chartered City at last.
The rest is history. (/)
Featured image of a Cebu City night scene thanks to Fritz Gabriel Carilo (@calipherrr) on Unsplash.