Voyager builds technology platforms and products for financial services, digital commerce, digital marketing and consumer engagement that enable individuals, businesses, organizations and whole cities to reach out and serve more people.
PLDT HOME believes that the strongest connections are at home. It provides Filipino families with a compelling suite of multimedia products and services so they can stay connected and easily access quality entertainment, information, security and other digital services in the comfort of their homes.
PLDT Enterprise is the group’s B2B arm and is tasked with the mission of empowering Philippine enterprises large and small as they pursue their respective digital transformation journeys.
ePLDT is the premier information and communications technology company in the country, delivering world-class solutions to both large enterprises and the SMEs across various industries.
PLDT Global delivers international services for overseas Filipinos as the leading offshore Filipino information and communications technology company.
Smart Communications is the group’s wireless services provider that provides a wide range of innovative prepaid, postpaid and mobile broadband services.
Sun offers a wide range of service innovations for mobile telephony from voice, messaging and international roaming services to wireless broadband and value-added services.
TNT is Smart's value brand that provides fast and reliable LTE connections and affordable call, text and data services.
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Published on Jun 20, 2011
MANILA, Philippines, September 20, 2011 – The Special Meeting of Stockholders of Philippine Long Distance Telephone Company (“PLDT” or the “Company”) scheduled today, September 20, 2011 at 4:00 p.m., Dusit Thani Manila, Ayala Center, Makati City, has been cancelled by the Board of Directors due to an anticipated lack of quorum.
Based on the validated and tabulated proxies reported by the Company’s Transfer Agents, the Corporate Secretary has determined that: (1) holders of shares equivalent to 73.27% of the total outstanding common stock have given valid proxies to be represented and vote their shares in the Special Meeting and (2) the number of preferred shares necessary to bring the total shares represented in person or by proxy and to vote at the Special Meeting to two-thirds (2/3) of the total outstanding capital stock, being the quorum required for the Special Meeting, will most likely not be secured. Under the Corporation Code, holders of preferred shares are also entitled to vote on significant corporate actions, such as the amendment of the Articles of Incorporation, which is the principal item in the Agenda for the Special Meeting.
The Board of Directors plans to call another special meeting of stockholders on such date to be announced in due course.