All for the country, Pres. Duterte tells 2 Telcos to shape up or face shut down

All for the country, Pres. Duterte tells 2 Telcos to shape up or face shut down




President Rodrigo Roa Duterte delivered his fifth(5th) state of the nation address (SONA) and one of his marching orders was for the two giant telcos in the country to “Shape up” or faces the consequences.

The President after slamming senator Frank Drilon’s whom he accused of defending the Lopez decades old oligarchy, set his targets to Smart Communication ang Globe Telecoms lackluster services in the country.


President Duterte threatened them that he will revoke their licenses and frequencies of the local telcos should they fail to improve “before December.”

President Rodrigo Roa Duterte
(photo credit to owner)


“Kindly improve the services before December. I want to call Jesus Christ to Bethlehem, better have that line cleared,” according to the Chief Executive.

“If you are not ready to improve, I might just as well close all of you and we revert back to the line telephone at kukunin ko yan, i-expropriate ko sa gobyerno,” he added.


The Chief executive said the Filipino people have had enough of “lousy” telco services.

“The patience of the Filipino people is reaching its limit, and I will be the one to articulate the anger of the Filipino people, and you might not want what I intend to do,” he concluded.





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