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Following information requires updates. Sources are not indicated.

Broadband. Several domestic broadband backbones are available in Cagayan de Oro. They use fixed wire Fiber Optic Cables, Digital Subscriber Lines (DSL) and WiFi technology. The following Internet Services Providers (ISP's) provide Internet transit, dialup and leased line access, among others.
 
Service Providers Capacity Broadband Facilities
PLDT
  • 178  STM1 (155 mbps)
  • 10 E1s (2.048 mbps)
  • 1 full STM1
  • Several DS3s (45 mbps)
  • Uses Digital Microwave Radio System (DRS) & Digital Fiber Optic Network (DFON) – 10 Gigabit
  • Can provide Redundancy
Globe Telecom
  • 4 STM1s (155 mbps)
  • 5 DS3s (45 mbps)
  • 70 E1s (2.048 mbps)

Can be expanded by demand.

  • 320 Gbps Capacity Fiber Optic Backbone network (FOBN)
  • Copper line local loop with over 200 existing Data nodes
  • Cisco Powered Network
  • Can provide Redundancy
Philcom
  • 1 STM1 (155 mbps)
  • Several E1s (2.048 mbps)
  • DS3 (45 mbps)

 

  • Uses Fiber Optic Network
  • Copper line local loop
  • Will provide the Next Generation Network IP Base Contact Center Platform or a Hosted Call Center Solution
ICC/Bayantel
  • 64 STM1 (155 mbps)
  • Several DS3s (45 mbps)
  • 2 PDH (34 mbps)
  • 20 E1s (2.048 mbps)
  • Uses Fiber Optic Network
  • Provides Digital Subscriber Line (DSL)
  • Copper Line Local Loop Connection
  • Optical Fiber backbone
Parasat/Cable 21
  • 4-E1s  (8 Mbps) Expandable to DS3 (45 Mbps)
  • Provides Broadband Internet Service
  • Uses DOCSIS 2.0 Internet via cable modems and Nemo Proprietary Modems
  • Redundant broadband data  communications to the internet is provided by both Globe and PLDT
  • For the last mile deployment, Parasat uses a Hybrid Fiber Coax Infrastructure to deliver up to 10 Mbps to the subscriber
  • Has deployed 22 fiber optic nodes covering 90% of the urban areas.
  • Uses Fiber Optic Network
CRUZTELCO
  • STM1 (155 mbps)
  • 6 E1s (2.048 mbps)

 

  • Have available lines with voice and Data capabilities.
  • The subscribers are served with PLDT DSL internet access
SOTELCO
  • STM1 (155 mbps)
  • 2 E1s (2.048 mbps)
  • Uses Fiber Optic cable facility

 

SMART-WIFI

 

  • Uses Wi-Fi technology
  • 14 Hotspots within city proper
DC-Tech (TelOf and Misortel
  • STM 1
  • Several DS3’s
  • Several E1
A full-complement service provider that currently partners with the TELOF in providing data services to TELOF’s service area covered by the National Telephone Project in all Mindanao Regions and with MISORTEL to expand it’s telecommunications services by providing internet, voice calls and other value-added services.
  • Microwave Technology
  • Cisco Network
  • Digital Fiber Optic Backbone Network
  • Copper Line Local Loop
  • Wired and Wireless Data Connectivity
Source and date not indicated.
 

Internet Access and Hotspots. The tremendous increase of Internet Service Providers (ISPs) in Cagayan de Oro raised the number of Internet users. This, in turn, encouraged many ISPs to improve their services by including Voice over Internet Protocol (VoIP) and other facilities.

Business Name Registration from January 2006 to June 2007 shows 203 Internet cafes in Cagayan de Oro with 15 to 50 PCs each.

SMART WiFi has 14 hotspots in strategic places in the city, while Cable 21 Technologies has three.

 

 

ISP

SPEED in kbps

Subscribers Subscribers with Internet connections
Guaranteed speed from seller Guaranteed speed to subscribers
SOTELCO  

 

300 300
ICC/Bayantel 128 32 378 378
PHILCOM 1,024 8 15,346 1,650
PT&T 256 256 (Dedicated Line) 60 60
Cable 21 5-E1 (10,000 kbps) 32 kbps to 1000kbps 300 300
XU Net 3Mbps (Campus Use Only) -  
DC Tech Microservices, Inc. 384 to 1.5 MB 384 to 1.5 MB 250 Unavailable
Oro Graphics, Inc(Magnet Technologies) 56/640 54/512

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prepaid
Smart Wifi No data submitted to date

 

 

 
Globe No data submitted to date

 

 

 
Bayantel No data submitted to date

 

 

435
Source and date not indicated.
 
Webmaster's comment Current Internet connections and services are available mainly in Cagayan de Oro, Gingoog and nearby municipalities. The The farther the area is from the cities, the lesser the chance of having Internet there. Apparently, connections worth P1,000 monthly, regardless of Internet Service Provider, are shared. The greater the number of subscribers in a neighborhood, the slower the speed.
 

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Main information from Department of Trade and Industry-Misamis Oriental.