PHINMA Education taps PLDT to provide mobile data for e-learning

PHINMA Education has partnered with PLDT Inc. to provide mobile data and access to learning platforms to students in five schools and universities across the Philippines.

“We are pleased to secure this partnership with PLDT Enterprise to help our students navigate education in the new normal,” Dr. Raymundo P. Reyes, PHINMA Education chief operations officer said. 

“Technology that facilitates flexible learning is one of our strategies to continue delivering quality education, in spite of limitations in conducting face-to-face classes,” he added. 

PLDT Enterprise will provide  mobile data and access to learning platforms to students of PHINMA University of Pangasinan in Dagupan City, PHINMA UPang College in Urdaneta City, PHINMA University of Iloilo, PHINMA St. Jude College in the City of Manila, PHINMA Republican College in Quezon City, and Southwestern University PHINMA in Cebu City.

“PLDT Enterprise’s SMART Giga Study data plans are really geared toward providing support for students and teachers. This is a challenging time for the education sector, which is why supporting various learning modalities like e-Learning has become one of our most urgent priorities at PLDT Enterprise,” Jovy Hernandez, ePLDT president & chief executive said.

With SMART Giga Study data plans, students and teachers are given access to the basic programs they need for collaborative learning and individual research, such as Microsoft 365 and G Suite by Google.

 “These programs will help everyone accomplish their work easily and also be able to communicate and collaborate in real time,” added Hernandez.

PHINMA Education is also receiving a value-added service from PLDT Enterprise which includes a free SMS Messaging Suite for every campus per month. In addition, free Smart WiFi access points are being deployed for PHINMA Education students.

“Ensuring that students can learn anytime, anywhere is part of a big ecosystem which requires the educational institutions to work with both the private and public sector,” Alfredo S. Panlilio, PLDT chief revenue officer and Smart president and chief executive said.

“This is the ecosystem we have to build and we at PLDT-Smart are forging this partnership with PHINMA Education and are continuously engaging with other schools across the country to help the education sector address the challenges for flexible learning,” Panlilio added.

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