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  • Smart Satellite services highlighted during NDRRMC’s #Pagyanig nationwide earthquake drill

    [22 April 2016] In support of the 2016 Nationwide Simultaneous Earthquake Drill (NSED), PLDT wireless unit, Smart Communications, provided satellite communications to emergency operations centers (EOCs) in different parts of the National Capital Region (NCR) and in Cebu.
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  • Smart empowers Eversley Child Sanitarium with digital services

    [20 April 2016] PLDT's wireless services arm, Smart Communications (Smart) has partnered with Cebu-based Eversley Child Sanitarium to further improve the delivery of health care to patients in the northern part of the province.
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  • Smart continues to build disaster-resilient communities

    [20 April 2016] A resident of Madridejos in Bantayan Island, Louigie Escala faced the wrath of Yolanda in November 20 armed only with basic information on disasters. The island town located north of Cebu was among the worst-hit places in the country when the super typhoon made landfall.
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  • Smart mobile app strengthens disaster management in Albay

    [18 April 2016] Disaster management officers of the Province of Albay now have an even more efficient emergency communications tool with the launch of the new version of PINDOT, the mobile application spearheaded by the wireless subsidiary of PLDT, Smart Communications (Smart).
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  • Smart, Voyager, and Rappler make rescue and relief assistance a text away

    [03 March 2016] Rescue, search, or relief assistance during disasters can now be obtained by just sending a simple text message. This is made possible by the partnership forged by Smart Communications (Smart), Voyager Innovations, and Rappler for Project Agos, an initiative that uses mobile and web technologies, plus social media, to mobilize different sectors of society and ordinary citizens during emergencies and disasters.
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  • Smart embraces role in DRRM

    [14 January 2015] Mobile leader Smart Communications (Smart) has taken its role in disaster risk reduction management (DRRM) to heart, prepositioning communications support for the use of local government units for emergency response efforts, days before Typhoon Nona and Typhoon Lando hit the country last year. Smart also prepositioned emergency communications for affected populations so they can reconnect with their loved ones.
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  • Smart shares Noche Buena packages to Nona-affected communities

    [23 December 2015] To bring joy to some of the families displaced by Typhoon Nona, Smart distributed Noche Buena packages to four municipalities in Oriental Mindoro.
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