Philippine Long Distance Telephone Co. (PLDT) on Tuesday said that the enhancement and roll-out of its new Telpad builds on the company’s voice data business growth momentum, which is projected to reach about P1-billion mark by yearend.
“As part of our corporate commitment of offering our subscribers with quality service, we are rolling out the Dual Core Telpad with its enhanced features and new multimedia capabilities,” said Ariel Fermin, executive vice president and head of PLDT Home Business.
The company said that the unveiling of the all-new Dual Core Telpad now gives Telpad subscribers more reason to use their Android devices.
With its Android 4.1.2 Jelly Bean operating system, the Telpad has improved speed, and better software and hardware performance.
Its high-definition multimedia interface capability results in higher resolution, clear and vivid display with wider viewing angles and lower power consumption.
The new Telpad also supports many video formats, plays high-resolution videos with video playback of six hours. It has a standby time of 180 hours.
“Our aim is to transform all PLDT households into a Connected HOME with the Telpad as the third screen along with the TV and PC [personal computer], providing consumers an integrated approach in offering the best voice, broadband, music, games and movies,” Fermin said.
Rosalie C. Periabras