Converge ICT inaugurates first two business centers in Ilocos Province

By: Converge Admin | 24 Nov 2021

Right after opening business centers in Cagayan and Nueva Vizcaya, Converge ICT Solutions has now landed in the province of Ilocos. Continuing its mission observing the unserved and underserved Filipinos, Converge opens two new business centers: one in Laoag City, Ilocos Norte and another in Candon City, Ilocos Sur.

“Aside from firming up our domestic backbone, establishing touchpoints, be it online or offline is all part of Converge’s broader ‘Go National’ strategy. We want to be able to serve our customers in ways that are fast and efficient for them,” said Converge Chief Operations Officer Jesus Romero.

In a back-to-back event last week, the country’s only pure fiber broadband provider heralded its entry in the Ilocos region with ribbon-cutting ceremonies, both graced by distinguished government officials and honorable guests including: Gov. Matthew Marcos Manotoc, Vice Gov. Cecilia Araneta-Marcos, Sandro Marcos, Mayor Ericson Singson, Vice Mayor Kristelle Singson, and Madam Grace Singson.

In addition to the celebration, Converge painted the streets of Candon purple as Pagatang riders, a local food delivery app in the region, traversed the town with FiberX banners and materials.

As an effort to sustain and support the tremendous growth in North Luzon customers, these two business centers will be accommodating new applications, customer service queries, and payment transactions via cash or card (visa/mastercard). Truly, every household and business can now have access to an end-to-end fiber internet.

Earlier this month, Converge announced the completion of its national digital highway. With this in place, we can expect Converge to reach the provinces, and soon serve more than half of the Philippines’ population.

About Converge ICT Solutions, Inc.

Converge Information and Communications Technology Solutions, Inc. (PSE:CNVRG) is the leading pure fiber data network and internet service provider in the country. It is the first to run a pure end-to-end fiber internet network, providing Filipinos simple, fast, and reliable internet connection. Converge is ISO 9001 and CE2.0 Certified.

 

Converge mascot, Conrad, leads the opening of the Laoag business center.

 

Converge Laoag Business Center is located at Unit 1B Upper Ground Floor RAGB Bldg General Segundo Avenue corner General Luna Laoag City. The business center is open Mondays to Saturdays, 8:30 am to 5:30 pm.You may book your appointment through the mobile numbers 0945-186-7302 (Globe) and 0968-444-1709 (Smart).

 

Present during the launch are the following distinguished guests: Gov. Matthew Marcos Manotoc, Vice Governor Cecilia Araneta-Marcos, Mr. Ferdinand Alexander “Sandro” A. Marcos Economic Affairs Consultant PGIN and the Business Centers Operations Team headed by the Regional General Manager of North Luzon JP Aguilar.

 

Sea of FiberX purple riders during the Candon Business Center launch.

 

Event Host: John Mark Galantao, Mayor Ericson G. Singson MD, City Administrator Grace G. Singson, Regional Sales Manager Mr. Randy Ponce and Regional General Manager Mr. JP Aguilar

 

Converge Candon Business Center is located at 25 De Marzo St, Brgy. San Antonio, Candon City, Ilocos Sur 2710. It is open Mondays to Saturday, 8:30AM – 5:30PM.

TAGS: Business Centers, Cagayan, Converge, Experience Better, Fiber Broadband, Ilocos Province, Nueva Vizcaya,

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