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* '''Smart '''Communications (by PLDT, includes Smart, Sun Cellular and Talk'n Text); mobile phone numbers starting in 0907-0912, 0918-23, 0928-29, 0942-0944
 
* '''Smart '''Communications (by PLDT, includes Smart, Sun Cellular and Talk'n Text); mobile phone numbers starting in 0907-0912, 0918-23, 0928-29, 0942-0944
 
* '''Globe '''Telecom''' '''(includes TM and Cherry Prepaid); mobile phone numbers starting in 0905-0906, 0915-0917, 0926-0927, 0935-0937, 0965-0967
 
* '''Globe '''Telecom''' '''(includes TM and Cherry Prepaid); mobile phone numbers starting in 0905-0906, 0915-0917, 0926-0927, 0935-0937, 0965-0967
* '''Dito Telecommunity (MISLATEL) '''to start in 2020
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* '''Mislatel (DITO) '''(to start in 2020)
 
Globe had been slowly gaining on the market leader Smart since 2012 when Globe had only a 32% market share. However, over the past years it has closed the gap. Globe finished 2016 with 66.6 million subscribers compared with Smart’s 62.1 million, giving Globe a 52% market share and Smart 48%. This is remarkable as Smart holds 290 MHz bandwidth and employs 12,000 BTS while Globe only 210 MHz and 7000 BTS in 2017.
 
Globe had been slowly gaining on the market leader Smart since 2012 when Globe had only a 32% market share. However, over the past years it has closed the gap. Globe finished 2016 with 66.6 million subscribers compared with Smart’s 62.1 million, giving Globe a 52% market share and Smart 48%. This is remarkable as Smart holds 290 MHz bandwidth and employs 12,000 BTS while Globe only 210 MHz and 7000 BTS in 2017.
   
==== '''Third provider: '''Dito Telecommunity (MISLATEL)'''''' ====
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==== '''Third provider: Mislatel (DITO)''' ====
 
In 2018 a third national provider was selected to fight the duopoly of Smart and Globe: '''Mislatel''' for Mindanao Islamic Telephone Company is a joint venture of Filipino businessman Dennis Uy and China Telecom which has been appointed the Philippines’ New Major Player (NMP) or third telco backed by the current president Duerte who promised to break the duopoly. Mislatel has committed to increase basic internet speed to 55 Mbps and cover 84% of the country’s population over an initial five-year period, through total investment of around US$ 5 billion.
 
In 2018 a third national provider was selected to fight the duopoly of Smart and Globe: '''Mislatel''' for Mindanao Islamic Telephone Company is a joint venture of Filipino businessman Dennis Uy and China Telecom which has been appointed the Philippines’ New Major Player (NMP) or third telco backed by the current president Duerte who promised to break the duopoly. Mislatel has committed to increase basic internet speed to 55 Mbps and cover 84% of the country’s population over an initial five-year period, through total investment of around US$ 5 billion.
   
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