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Old 16th March 2018, 09:26 AM
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Molteenl the Philippines is a horrible spot to plan in advance and making sure everything is perfect probably will never work here.

I don't blame you for trying to find information on a forum but even we have a difficult time getting simple and mundane answer's to questions and any questions, the only way you might be able to get a quick answer might be with Facebook, many companies (rental company) now use this and so does the Philippine Government so could be another option to find out if a rental has Fiber Internet or an option.
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