Thankful Caviteños, Happy with Governor's Report About Fast Internet Connection

Good news to all Caviteños! On Friday, August 18, Cavite Governor Boying Remulla in a Facebook post announced that slow internet connection in their province will about to end.
Boying Remulla announcement
On the official Facebook account of Gov. Remulla, he said they allowed the company called 'Converge' to lay more than 300 kilometers of fiber optic cables to all the 7 cities and 16 municipalities of Cavite. They expect this to be finished in less than 7 months. Their target average internet speed is 20mbps.

Kindly read Gov. Remulla's announcement below.

Cavite: The Digital Revolution

One of the most painful things to swallow is the news that reaches us that we have the slowest internet in the world.

Nakakahiya.

Two companies, Globe and Smart, constitute the duopoly that has kept us captive as a people.

That is about to end in the Province of Cavite.

And hopefully, the Philippines too.
Yesterday, August 17, 2017, we agreed to allow and help the company called Converge to lay its cables throughout Cavite.

More than 300 kilometers of fiber optic cables will be spread out to all the 7 cities and 16 municipalities of Cavite. We expect this to be finished in less than 7 months.

FIRST CLASS, WORLD CLASS.

That's our motto.

20 MBPS AVERAGE. That's our target.

Smart and Globe must face the challenge.

God bless the people of Cavite.
Caviteños who read this post were happy and thankful to the news of their Governor.

In less than an hour, Gov. Remulla's post generated more than 1,200 shares with 4,600 different reactions from the netizens.