In its household download index, Internet metrics provider Ookla found that the Philippines averaged a speed of just 3.64 megabytes per second (Mbps), which ranked 176th out of 202 countries worldwide.
Globally, the average broadband download speed is 23.3 Mbps, nearly eight times faster than the Philippines, Despite the slow download speeds, the Philippines also have of the most expensive Internet connections in the world.
The study showed that Philippine Internet users spend $18.19 per Mbps, compared to an average of $5.21 per Mbps worldwide. This put the Philippines at 161st of 202 countries.
How can we compete in other country if this is the case of our internet connections? We all know that today technology is the major means of the people in connecting to their family and also in terms of businesses. And finding and knowing information they need to know, especially the youth they depend in searching and browsing in the internet. And internet websites can provide it. So Tito “Boboy” Syjuco wants to help every Filipino that are using Internet as there major interest. He wants that when browsing internet it should not take minutes or hours to find what they want to find. He wants that when connecting to your family outside the country is not a hassle no more. He wants that the Philippines will be more productive and advance in terms of technology.