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14 hours ago, cookie47 said:

Sorry I don't have Facebook.

I was brought up in an era where people talked to each other and didn't winge and whine via a keyboard..

ok boomer, I guess now it's time to laugh at your 2,416 posts made on a keyboard (none of which could have been made if PLDT was as useless then as they are right now).

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to_dave007
3 hours ago, Fresh said:

ok boomer, I guess now it's time to laugh at your 2,416 posts made on a keyboard (none of which could have been made if PLDT was as useless then as they are right now).

That's ENOUGH..  If you boys wish to piss on each other.. Do it elsewhere !!

The topic is Odette..  

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On 1/14/2022 at 5:17 AM, Fresh said:

Sun/Smart Magic Data has been a lifesaver, and PLDT's an embarrassment.

Our PLDT is still out, and I don't expect it back for at least another month, but it is understandable.

They are working with a much smaller crew than any of the electric companies and with just as much damage. Hey, there are areas in Cebu City that still don't have power, let alone PLDT fiber. We went to the city today to go to the bank and I saw 4 different electric companies working on power lines in different areas of the city, so imagine how thin a small crew like PLDT is stretched. Out here with all the trees down, they basically are having to reinstall the whole system from scratch.

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6 minutes ago, RogerDuMond said:

let alone PLDT fiber

Just a side note.

Our one and Only pole in the Sub Division that came down that I think does everything was reinstalled (by VECO) by an 8 man crew from Tarlac (Manila). According to my wife a Bisaya/Tagalog speaking Forman was allocated to help with Bisaya if needed.... Interesting.....We were so happy that the sub division residents chipped in with Jollybee for the lot...

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I hate my PLDT Fibre... until its knocked out..  Now I cry for them to come back.    

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