Eastern Communication expands footprint in Negros


Bringing to life its continued commitment to help businesses emerge stronger in 2022, premier Philippine telecommunications company Eastern Communications has officially announced its footprint expansion in Western Visayas.

In their “Via Eastern: Forging True Connections” virtual launch, Eastern Communications aims to service the locals in Bacolod City and Dumaguete City with its “High Tech” products and solutions paired with award-winning “High Touch” service.

The launch was graced by members of the Philippine Chamber of Commerce and Industry Region 7 (PCCI), Metro Bacolod Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MBCCI), and Negros Oriental Chamber of Commerce of Industry (NOCCI). For the event proper, invited speaker Christina Marie Gaston, President of Association of Negros Producers (ANP), spoke about strengthening competence among MSMEs through leveraging social.

“We’re grateful for Eastern Communications for choosing Negros as one of their locations to expand into this year. This will definitely give businesses in Negros the opportunity to grow further with Eastern’s strong connection,” shared Area Vice President of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry – Visayas and CEO of Metro Bacolod Chamber of Commerce and Industry, Franklin Carbon.

Business leaders from Negros Island together with executive of Eastern Communications at the virtual launch.

“For many years, we have seen how technology is able to transform businesses, and it’s high time for small to large enterprises in Negros to have a tech-savvy and reliable solutions partner like Eastern Communications,” added Immediate Past Governor of PCCI Region 7, Edward Cu.

The expansion is part of the telco’s goal of democratizing technology in the country by becoming a one-stop-shop for all connectivity and ICT demands across the country, as companies continue to strive in emerging stronger in 2022.

“Our goal this year is to make digital technology as accessible as possible, especially to serve the underserved and unserved area in the country,” shared Eastern Communications Sales Head Michael Castaneda.

“We are pleased to announce that Eastern is now ready to strengthen our strong connection with our kababayans in Negros through our best-in-class solutions and personalized service. It is our mission to always have the happiest customers in the business, and we’re looking forward to helping them harness technology to the best of our abilities, so we can emerge stronger together,” added Castaneda.

Aiming to be the one stop shop partner of businesses in the area, Eastern Communications’ comprehensive suite of products and services are designed to help address the digital needs of companies as they move into the next normal.

Among the solutions launched were its wide array of connectivity solutions, such as Internet Direct Service (IDS) a premium and dedicated high-speed business-grade connectivity, and other borderless solutions such as Eastern Cloud, their business-grade cloud service that offers efficiency and collaboration, and Eastern Cyber Defense, a suite of premium cybersecurity solutions equipped by global partners.

In its over 140 years of service in the country, Eastern Communications has evolved into a world-class telecommunications and ICT solutions company providing an extensive portfolio of services that include Data,

Internet, Voice, Managed Services, Data Center & Cloud Services, and Cyber Security Services. The telco continues to be the solutions partner of choice for the biggest industry players in the country.