IT'S MORE FUN IN THE PHILIPPINES


PHILIPPINES
still the undisputed
text capital of the world
to date...

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A remarkable
1.39 billion text messages
from 50 million subscribers
and still counting.


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Filipino mobile phone users
carry their cellphones 24/7
Sending and receiving SMS, MMS, 
and more have now become a culture.


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With the recent US study
a Filipino mobile user sends an average of
600 text messages a month
or 43% more than their counterparts in the United States.


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Because of this statistics...
also known as the
JOLLIEST
people on Earth
enjoying unlimited services
offered in retail even to the slummiest areas.

Load your UNLI txt and call at your nearest sari-sari store. 
NOW NA !!!

Only in the Philippines


33 comments:

  1. Yes, Philippines is definitely the cellphone capital of the world and has a large consumer base.

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    1. There is no doubt that Filipinos sometimes over used social media opportunities that cause a lot of traffic in the air waves.

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    2. That's true and sometimes, we just flood the network too much with just forwarded messages and everybody suffers a slower network service.

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  2. Nice facts. And the photos made me smile. Hehe

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    1. These are photos of my Kiko when he was 10 months old. I'm happy to know that they made you smile. :)

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  3. This made me laugh. True, Pinoys won't ever be beat when it comes to texting. :) Very creative photos! :D

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    1. I just thought of making a story using these pictures and suddenly, this idea came to mind.

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  4. RP - world's text capital - even my Thai professors in gradschool are aware of that.

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    1. Indeed! Philippines is a country that makes world records.

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  5. ayyy, no doubt! Everyone texts someone hehe, cuteness ng model mo jan!

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    1. Kiko who is now 3 has always been my fave subject ever since I gave birth to him. These photos were taken by his Ate while playing and the cellphone on his hands were his Ate Aya's.

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  6. i can't help smiling while reading and looking at the photos and had a good laugh at the end of the post lol

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    1. These photos are really FUNNY and KIKO seemed to be a scavenger in Payatas with a cellphone on his hands. Hahaha!!! I'm happy to know that you are entertained by this natural joker in our family.

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  7. True enough! We are still undisputed, noh? It goes to show how Filipinos live life to the fullest :)

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    1. Record holder na ng biggest croc na si Lolong... record holder pa ng mga text fanatics!

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  8. Oh yes...Philippines is still the undefeated text capital.

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    1. We love to send messages to our loved ones abroad... the fact that Filipinos are everywhere in the world, there's no way we can be defeated.

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  9. ahaha, I forgot about the post, nawili sa kakatingin ng photos ni baby cute. yes ,cellphone is not complete without people or the other way around.

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    1. My baby model seemingly knew how to use the mobile phone but he's just scrutinizing it lang... curious?

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  10. Yehey! It's really more fun in the Philippines. I really miss my home and I can't wait to see the smile of the people I've missed.

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  11. By the way, your baby is adorable and cute! :D

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  12. whew.. the photos uve presented shows that babies will be like that in a span of 10yrs maybe? since everything is automated na. OMG.

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  13. I like the baby model. The photo makes the article a fun read.Lastly, we are the text capital because we love to communicate with each other.

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  14. I like your style of presenting your offered information, very unique!

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  15. Hahahaha...sarap ng tawa ni Kiko. Galing ng model. ^_^

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  16. Love the idea that you out the facts on that cute picture.

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  17. I like the idea tat you put your facts on that really cute baby.

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  18. Cute presentation. I bet prepaid cellphones are cheaper and faster in communication there in Philippines. I remember experiencing that before :D

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  19. because of being the text capital of the world, cellphone manufacturers are slowly penetrating our Philippine market. Even China phones also compete to those big companies. O+ (http://www.magwrite.info/2012/09/o-87-android-phone-specs-and-prize.html) from USA is also penetrating the market.

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  20. LOL! 'coz until now I dunno how to avail of these unli txt services of mobile companies. I am more of call person than texting because it is too tiresome. Ha!ha! you're son is a real endorser, do hope telecoms will get a glimpse of him.

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  21. You got adorable model back there. hehehe so cute! It's really more fun in the Philippines!

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  22. I love the concept..he's so cute and you're right, we are the text messaging capital of the world. Loading stations are available in every street of the metro.

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  23. True. even the poorest has cellphone. may pangload pero walang makain. :/

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