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about 1 week ago

The Senate adopts a resolution allowing the Mindanao Islamic Telephone Company (Mislatel) to hand over ownership control and subsequently its franchise to the consortium led by Davao businessman Dennis Uy's Udenna Corporation and Chinese- government-owned China Telecom.

about 1 week ago

Senators have debated on the validity of Mislatel's franchise.

about 2 weeks ago

The Senate Committee on Public Services is expected to further tackle the controversies regarding the franchise of Mislatel and alleged Chinese government's involvement in the telecommunication sector.

about 3 weeks ago

Dennis Uy assures lawmakers and the public that Mislatel did not violate any laws in the transaction.

about 3 weeks ago

The third hearing of the Senate Committee on Public Services will tackle the compliance of the winning bidder, Mislatel Consortium, within the 90-day evaluation period.

about 4 weeks ago

In preparation for the entry of the provisional third major player in telecommunications, the DICT signs more deals with foreign-owned corporations.

about 2 months ago

The China International Telecommunication Construction Corporation has partnered with the Department of Interior and Local Government (DILG) to install 12,000 security cameras all over Metro Manila and Davao.

about 2 months ago

The resolution plans to transfer the controlling interest of Mindanao Islamic Telephone Company (MISLATEL) to Udenna Corporation and China Telecom as a part of the winning consortium's bid to become the third major telecommunications company in the country.

about 2 months ago

Senators Grace Poe and Francis Escudero question the possible cybersecurity risks of Mislatel's ties with state-owned China Telecom.