SMART, Negros Navigation Set Up First Ever GSM Coin Payphone aboard Vessel

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SMART, Negros Navigation Set Up First Ever GSM Coin Payphone aboard Vessel


Leading wireless services provider Smart Communications, Inc. (SMART), through its Global Access Group, partnered with Negros Navigation Co., Inc. (Nenaco) in installing the first-ever PLDT Wireless Payphone aboard passenger vessels.“SMART aims to provide our fellow Filipinos real value for their money and a reliable communication means by mounting the PLDT Wireless Payphone not only in the mainland, but also aboard domestic vessels that provide daily transportation means to our many fellow Filipinos,” said SMART Global Access Head Tina Z. Mariano.PLDT Wireless Payphone is the first-ever GSM coin payphone in the country that allows people to call their loved ones at an affordable rate, in areas without provisions for telephone lines offshore and in the countryside. It is equipped with a SIM card that is powered by SMART’s nationwidest network, making it readily available to use almost anywhere in the country.“This partnership with SMART is a privilege, as we provide safe and seamless transportation service to our clients,” said Nenaco President and Chief Operating Officer Jeremias E. Cruzabra. “SMART’s efficient and reliable communication service will provide the ideal backbone for us to successfully deliver a safe and competent transportation service,” Cruzabra added.“We are grateful that, through SMART, Negros Navigation is the first in the shipping industry to provide Filipino travelers with a GSM coin payphone on board, offering a dependable, accessible and affordable communication means to both passengers and crew members,” said Eduardo G.

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