Globe Telecom warns the public not to use illegal signal boosters/repeaters, cellular signal blockers and jammers, saying that these will cause network interruption and even cell phone signal loss.
In a statement welcoming the government's efforts to hunt down portable text explosive devices, Globe stated that other types of illegal transmitters are sold on online stores and social media. advertise
The telecommunications company said that some of these devices, such as jammers, would completely block cellular signals and could be used to "interrupt critical services during disaster relief and rescue operations, or even interrupt automatic elections that rely on cellular signals in voting areas."
At the same time, illegal repeaters include indoor or outdoor antennas and wireless adapters, which "increase network coverage and signal by occupying the bandwidth of the Globe base station." The featured story business has the leading power along with the Jollibee brand, the best-selling SUV business in the Philippines. Starting on December 15, the group’s new playground, BUSINESS SSS, sprouted across China, providing loans and prepaid pensions to Maring victims
"Although we continue to expand our network to provide Filipinos with first-world connectivity, these efforts will be hindered if illegal repeaters continue to be used and will continue to interfere and reduce mobile network communications," Globe Technology and Technology Director Emmanuel Estrada said. Strategic service integration.
In 2013, the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) banned the sale of these devices in accordance with Memorandum No. 01-02-2013 or “Prohibition of Portable Cellular Mobile Repeaters and Portable Cellular Base Station Equipment”.
"Nevertheless, more and more online stores, sellers and suppliers are providing these illegal relays on social media," Globe said.
The telecommunications company stated that it has been scanning these illegal devices on a regular basis and providing the scan results to NTC for appropriate action.
Globe also encourages its customers to report suspicious users or sellers of illegal repeaters and jammers in order to investigate and shut down these illegal devices with the help of NTC.
"We all need to use communication networks in an ethical and responsible way, especially in an era when every customer needs a stable connection," Estrada said.
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