PLDT Global and ATLAS Express Padala team up for Free Bee

PLDT Global and ATLAS Express Padala partnered to provide Filipinos in the USA and Canada extra techniques to hook up with their family members despite the fact that Free Bee.

PLDT Global and ATLAS Express Padala team up for Free Bee
PLDT Global and ATLAS Express Padala team up for Free Bee

PLDT and ATLAS connects Filipinos with Free Bee

Free Bee is a VOIP resolution this is to be had in 180 international locations. It is an advertising-based voice carrier that delivers top of the range IDD calls to the Philippines for loose. Longer calls and ad-free revel in is to be had thru Premium Free Bee Voice buckets which prices as little as 1 US cent a minute.

ATLAS Express Padala is the legitimate distributor of PLDT Global’s merchandise and services and products throughout the USA and Canada. The partnership will make the most of ATLAS’ name heart operations in Manila in order that brokers can be offering Free Bee to their current purchasers.

Free Bee lately gained the “Most Innovative Voice Solution” class on the Telecom Asia Awards. This carrier is concentrated against the two million Filipinos who go away the rustic yearly to paintings for their households. Free Bee will permit them to stick hooked up with their households seamlessly and cost effectively.

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Amazon Overtakes Apple and Google as World’s Most Valuable Global Brand

So long Google and Apple ^(, Amazon is now the world’s most valuable brand.

Amazon has become the world’s most valuable brand, overtaking Google and Apple for the first time in more than a decade, according to the BrandZ Top 100 Most Valuable Global Brands rankings, released today by WPP research agency Kantar [PDF ^(].

The e-commerce giant ^( has increased its brand value by 52 percent year on year to reach $315.5 billion USD, moving it ahead of Apple in second place, whose brand value increased by three percent to $309.5 billion, followed by Google, whose brand value grew two percent to $309 billion.

The Seattle-based retail behemoth, founded by CEO Jeff Bezos in his garage in 1994, topped the table thanks to key acquisitions, superior customer services, and a disruptive business model, Kantar said in a statement.

BrandZ credited Amazon’s performance to “smart acquisitions that brought new revenue streams, outstanding customer service and its ability to stay ahead of competitors by offering a diverse ‘ecosystem’ of products and services ^(”

Doreen Wang, Kantar’s global head of BrandZ, said Amazon’s jump was due to it selling a variety of services. “Amazon’s phenomenal brand value growth of almost $108 billion in the last year demonstrates how brands are now less anchored to individual categories and regions. The boundaries are blurring as technology fluency allow brands, such as Amazon, Google ^(, and Alibaba, to offer a range of services across multiple consumer touchpoints,” she said in a statement emailed to CNBC ^(

Amazon is now leading the market in Cloud computing and home hardware and in the past year has invested into several different businesses including UK-based food delivery company Deliveroo and electric truck startup and Tesla rival Rivian.

“Enabled by developing technologies, and not being afraid to try and fail at times, Amazon ^( has diversified into a range of offers from cloud computing to smart devices, from payment systems to the best in entertainment. As the boundaries between traditional businesses blur, Amazon has been ideally positioned to seize emerging opportunities,” said global BrandZ strategy director Graham Staplehurst.