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Globe Business unveils new postpaid plans for enterprises, corporate subscribers
As the world slowly moves forward to post-pandemic life, enterprises are on the cusp of seeing the next evolution in the workplace with more and more employees preferring a hybrid work setup. This then calls for business leaders to rethink how their operations will adjust moving forward.
To respond to this critical need, Globe Business is launching GPlan Enterprise –its newest portfolio of postpaid plans that enhance communication and collaboration between business leaders and the workforce, wherever they are.
GPlan Enterprise allows subscribers to get the best value for their mobile plan more than the usual all-net calls, unlimited text and landline offers, and bigger data allocations that go with their subscription.
Through this new set of postpaid plans, they can optimize Globe’s 5G network and expect excellent customer service with dedicated and trained Account Managers who provide expertise and assistance on their concerns.
They can also tap into Globe Business’ synergies with value-added, information, and communications technology partners like Yondu, Zoom , and GCash , which provide them with essentials that will ramp up business productivity in a hybrid, remote, or even in-office work setup.
“ Globe Business is committed to staying relevant to the needs of the times to ensure that enterprises are equipped with the right tools to push their businesses forward and keep up with the evolving workplace. With GPlan Enterprise, they are able to provide their employees the needed support to keep them productive and connected no matter where they are ,” said Issa Cabreira-Guevarra, Globe Chief Commercial Officer .
New postpaid plans will be offered to all new and re-contracting customers. GPlan Enterprise will have built-in constructs, unlike its predecessor.
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In today’s hyperconnected world, businesses, no matter what size, need to be easily accessible 24/7 so they can efficiently meet their growing needs. Whether they’re working onsite at their offices, or out on the road, it pays for entrepreneurs to stay just as connected as their digital-savvy consumers, so they don’t miss out on important opportunities, and continually build their business with ease.
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In 2022, Globe Business builds on its promise to be the trusted partner of every micro, small and medium-scale enterprise (MSME) by providing them strong support towards building better connectivity. With the launch of Globe Business “Negosyo Essentials”—mobile and broadband postpaid plans—businesses can take advantage of special deals that can help strengthen their day-to-day operations with better connectivity.
Until March 31, businesses can get GCash rebates with every successful Mobile Postpaid Plan application: P500 for as low as Plan 999 and P1,000 for plans starting at Plan 1999. To safeguard their health, subscribers also get a free 12-month subscription to Konsulta MD.
“Globe Business’ mobile postpaid plans are designed to empower Filipino business owners with hassle-free connectivity. These plans’ unlimited call offers to all mobile and landline networks and sizable data allocation for continuous connection will allow businesses to reach their customers and run operations smoothly and with cost-efficiency,” explains Angeline Po, Product Marketing Head of Globe Business MSME Group.
“Globe’s postpaid broadband plans, on the other hand, are ideal for running operations that rely heavily on the internet, since these plans’ unlimited data allocation and equal upload and download speeds will ensure that your business will be able to support large media and file uploads and downloads, as well as video-intensive conferencing requirements,” Po adds.
And there is even more good news for postpaid broadband subscribers who are planning to avail of these offers: Customers can choose between either a productivity suite that comes with a year's license or two units of WiFi mesh as their special freebie, whatever suits their business needs.
Moreover, Globe Business is offering 50 percent off their customers’ monthly service fee for the first six months, waived installation fee worth P1,000, and a free upgrade to include unli landline and mobile calls to all networks for 24 months (from the regular unli landline to Globe/TM). A special GCash offer also awaits switchers who can provide their most recent competitor bill.
For those in need of a plug-and-play budget-friendly broadband connection, Globe Business is offering special discounts for both regular and LTE-Advanced Prepaid Internet Kits. Until March 31, those who sign up for the regular kit will only have to pay the one-time payment fee of P599 (saving them as much as P700), and P1,299 for the LTE-Advanced kit (previously P2,299). Upon modem activation, customers subscribed to these kits will receive free 30GB data for 30 days through the Globe myBusiness app, which, says Po, “will give MSMEs the convenience that’s necessary to run their operations as smoothly as possible.”
In addition, Globe Business offers a Buy 10 Get 1 Free promotion on their LTE-Advanced Prepaid Internet Kit which gives our MSMEs more savings on top of the modem price discount. The promo is most useful for businesses with multiple branches, or for those with employees working from home.
“Now is the perfect time for businesses to equip themselves with all the right connectivity tools so they are ready to face the future–and Globe Business is the perfect partner to get them there,” Po says.
To learn more about Globe Business’ special Negosyo Essentials offer, visit https://glbe.co/negosyoessentials .
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T-Mobile to lay off 5,000 employees
T-Mobile on Thursday announced it plans to lay off 5,000 employees, or around 7% of its total staff, over the next five weeks.
The reductions will largely affect corporate and back-office jobs that are “primarily duplicative” to other roles and will reduce the company’s middle management layers, CEO Mike Sievert said in a letter to employees Thursday. The company also plans to reduce its spending on “external workers and resources,” but its retail and “consumer care” staff who work directly with customers will not be affected, he said.
“What it takes to attract and retain customers is materially more expensive than it was just a few quarters ago,” Sievert said.
T-Mobile’s cuts comes after months of mass layoff announcements at a range of other technology companies — including Microsoft and Meta — as firms grapple with an uncertain economic environment.
In its most recent quarterly earnings report last month, T-Mobile reported sales down 2.5% year-over-year and net customer additions fell slightly from the same period in the prior year, although it posted record low customer churn and profit growth. T-Mobile’s stock has fallen more than 7% since last August. Shares were trading down around 1% following its layoff announcement.
In Thursday’s letter, Sievert said that in the three years since closing T-Mobile’s acquisition of rival carrier Sprint, it has been working to streamline the combined businesses and accelerate the build-out of its high-speed internet business. However, he suggested it was important for the company to now narrow its focus.
“It is clear that doing everything we are doing and just doing it faster is not enough to deliver on these changing customer expectations going forward,” he said. “Today’s changes are all about getting us efficiently focused on a finite set of winning strategies.”
T-Mobile plans to notify employees who will be laid off by the end of September. The company estimates it will incur a pre-tax charge of $450 million in the September quarter related to the reductions, according to a Thursday securities filing.
Affected employees will receive “competitive severance packages” based on tenure, as well as accelerated stock vesting, access to career transition services and other benefits, Sievert told employees. He added that the company is not planning additional, widespread employee reductions in the foreseeable future.
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A million more non-permanent residents live in Canada than official figures say, ministers told
Benjamin Tal, deputy chief economist of CIBC Capital Markets, told the Liberal government gathering in Charlottetown that the undercounting in the official statistics means Canada is underestimating the number of new homes required to meet the country’s increasing housing needs. Tijana Martin/The Globe and Mail
A leading economist warned federal ministers at their cabinet retreat last week that there are around one million more non-permanent residents living in Canada, including foreign students, than government estimates suggest.
The warning came in a briefing from Benjamin Tal, deputy chief economist at CIBC Capital Markets. He told the Liberal government gathering in Charlottetown that the undercounting in the official statistics means Canada is underestimating the number of new homes required to meet the country’s increasing housing needs.
Mr. Tal said in an interview that the government estimate of the number of non-permanent residents in the country in 2021 was around one million. But his analysis found there were closer to two million. The main reason for the discrepancy, he said, is that the government is not counting people who remain in the country after their visas expire.
Mr. Tal said Statistics Canada assumes that temporary resident visa holders, including international students, leave the country 30 days after the expiries of their visas. “Their software, their coding, makes the assumption that 30 days after your visa expired you left the country, despite the fact you have not left the country,” he said.
He said a majority of temporary residents don’t leave in this timeframe, and many apply to extend their stays in Canada.
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In a report on his findings, published Wednesday, Mr. Tal says “the practical implication of that undercounting is that the housing affordability crisis Canada is facing is actually worse than perceived, and calls for an even more urgent and aggressive policy action.”
The federal government has increased its immigration targets to historically high levels. It is now aiming to admit about 500,000 new permanent residents this year, and in each of the following two years. But those numbers don’t include foreign students on visas or people on temporary work permits.
There is currently no federal limit on the number of student visas issued each year. At last week’s cabinet retreat, Housing Minister Sean Fraser told reporters the government should consider a cap on the program, which he said has seen “explosive growth” and placed pressure on housing markets.
The high cost of renting and buying housing has become a fraught political issue. The federal Conservatives have argued that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberals need to do more to address housing shortages.
Mr. Tal told The Globe and Mail that Statistics Canada’s practice of assuming holders of expired visas leave the country after 30 days accounts for only about 750,000 of the million or so non-permanent residents he estimates are absent from official numbers.
Another 250,000 – mostly international students – are missing from census data, he said. The most recent census forms said students should submit their information if they were living in their main residences. But they were told not to fill out the census if they return home to live with their parents during the year.
Mr. Tal said the system was confusing for students, and that not all of them filled in the census, in some cases because they believed their main residences were abroad.
“This is why even Statistics Canada believes that the census continues to undercount NPRs with valid visas in Canada,” he said, using an abbreviation for non-permanent residents.
He said the shortfall in the census has implications for housing policy, because the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, the federal Crown corporation responsible for housing, uses census data to make its forecasts, which are widely relied upon by planners throughout Canada.
“If your starting point is too low, your forecast will be far too low, resulting in a suboptimal planning process,” Mr. Tal said.
His report on the findings says its figures are conservative.
A briefing paper by Henry Lotin, the founder of Integrative Trade and Economics and a former federal economist, agrees with Mr. Tal’s findings. It says “upwards of one million persons are missing in the official population, largely due to expired visa holders remaining in Canada awaiting new visas.”
Statistics Canada should change its counting methodologies to include holders of expired visas, Mr. Lotin’s paper says.
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Boston charts the future of downtown development in new plan
Can Boston spur new development and economic activity in its struggling downtown while preserving its historic character?
A new plan from the Boston Planning and Development Agency aims to do just that by streamlining a mishmash of building height restrictions, highlighting areas best suited for new development, updating design and architecture guidelines, and suggesting ways to re-energize public spaces left quiet after the COVID-19 pandemic.
The proposal, still in draft form, culminates a five-year planning process known as PLAN: Downtown. Its release comes as downtown faces challenges unforeseen in 2018 , when the process was launched.
The pandemic and its aftermath have reshaped how and where people work, cutting the population of commuters coming into the city, increasing vacancy rates in office buildings , and shuttering retail and service businesses that catered to downtown workers . City leaders are pursuing several approaches to revitalize the central business district, including offering tax breaks to developers who convert empty offices to housing .
The PLAN: Downtown report doesn’t explicitly lay out strategies for revival, but rather offers proposals that would guide what downtown will look like in the future, and how it might evolve. Preserving existing historic structures while maximizing growth in the city’s economic core is at the heart of PLAN: Downtown, said Andrew Nahmias, a senior planner with the BPDA.
“It’s always been about trying to find that delicate balance,” Nahmias said. “That’s why we really tried to be sensitive about how we transition heights between different areas.”
But historic preservation advocates already are pushing back at the plan. They say proposed height allowances for future projects would intensify wind and rain tunnel effects that have already damaged the Old State House, which sits on a corridor of Colonial-era properties along Washington Street.
“Unless we want our iconic buildings to be continually covered in scaffolding and boarded up because masonry is crumbling off them, then we have to take action,” said Martha McNamara, board chair of Revolutionary Spaces — the steward of both the Old South Meeting House and the Old State House — and an architectural historian at Wellesley College specializing in 18th- and 19th-century New England.
The plan highlights five “character areas” — Downtown Crossing and the Ladder Blocks, the Wharf District, the Financial District, the Theater District, and Chinatown — and broadly outlines areas for growth and the city’s priorities for each zone. Chinatown, meanwhile, will have its own cultural plan — crafted by the Metropolitan Area Planning Council in partnership with the Mayor’s Office of Arts and Culture — as well as its own future zoning study.
One key element is streamlining nearly two dozen varying height limits for different sections of downtown into seven separate zoning sub-districts.
For some sub-districts, heights would be capped at 155 or 180 feet, about the size of the former Ames Hotel that’s now a Suffolk University residence hall. A section along Court and Washington streets would allow buildings up to 400 feet, about the height of the waterfront Harbor Garage towers. The 400-foot limit is intended to be a transition area between the lower-lying buildings closer to Tremont and Boylston streets and the skyscrapers dotting much of the Financial District, Nahmias said.
Preservationists object to the 400-foot allowance. The Old State House, located off State Street at the terminus of Washington and Devonshire streets near Boston City Hall, sits in a canyon of tall buildings that “channelize” rain and wind into the building’s delicate facade, said McNamara.
In 2006, weather had so damaged the northeast corner of the Old State House that the building was threatened with collapse, forcing emergency repairs to replace damaged masonry at a cost of around $1 million, said Nathaniel Sheidley, president and CEO of Revolutionary Spaces. Masonry on the building’s east facade needed to be repointed again just eight years later.
“We should be thinking of how to balance development so we are not eroding this critical resource,” Sheidley said.
Any proposed zoning changes will inevitably be a thorny process, said Greg Vasil, president and CEO of the Greater Boston Real Estate Board. He’s still reviewing the plan, but said anything that adds certainty to development regulation in a downtown long dominated by zoning variances is critical.
“If you can give people rules, with certainty, they can adjust,” Vasil said. “And that’s the key thing: What can I do by right?”
The draft report is open for public comment, and planners intend to have a final draft ready by October for a vote of the BPDA board vote that month, along with draft zoning regulations. If approved by the board, the zoning regulations would then head to the city’s Zoning Commission for final approval.
Catherine Carlock can be reached at [email protected] . Follow her @bycathcarlock .
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T-Mobile US to cut 5,000 jobs as cheaper plans weigh on costs
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T-Mobile US said on Thursday it would reduce its workforce by about 7% by cutting 5,000 jobs in the United States as the wireless carrier grapples with rising costs related to adding more subscribers in a competitive market.
The carrier has been taking the lion's share of subscribers looking for cheaper plans in the last three quarters through discounted bundles, but that has taken a toll on T-Mobile.
"What it takes to attract and retain customers is materially more expensive than it was just a few quarters ago," CEO Mike Sievert said in an email to employees.
The jobs cuts over the next five weeks will target corporate and back-office roles, and some technology jobs, Sievert said, adding that retail and consumer care divisions will not be impacted.
The carrier expects to incur a pretax charge of about $450 million in the third quarter.
T-Mobile had said in July that it expects wireless subscriber net additions between 5.6 million and 5.9 million.
Sievert said some areas of the business will implement more centralized models to improve efficiency and save costs.
Rival AT&T had also expanded its cost-cutting plan to $2 billion in July.