HOME FIBER INTERNET IN CAVITE
Disclaimer: The 10 Mbps Plan is only applicable to the following areas: Lumina General Trias (in Bacoor), Lumina Tanza and Phases 1-5, and Bria Grandiosa Lane (in Tanza), Bria General Trias, and Bria Trece Martires.
CABLE-INTERNET BUNDLES IN CAVITE
- The above internet services for home are available only at the following locations at Bulacan: Baliuag (Camella Baliuag and Prominenza), Calumpit (Balite, Baguion, Calumpang, Creekstone Subd., Hazel Heights Subd., Iba Este, Iba O’este, La Residencia, Longos, Northville 9, Palimbang, Pio Cruzcosa, San Marcos, and Sergio Bayan), Malolos (Camella Malolos), Norzagaray (Bria Norzagaray), Santa Maria (Camella Santa Maria), and San Jose Del Monte (Bria Northridge Grove and View).
- Number of channels, actual internet connection speed, and pricing may vary depending on availability in your location.
ADD-ON PRODUCTS AVAILABLE IN CAVITE
Disclaimer: These products are only available on the above location list where our fiber internet for home, and cable and internet bundles can be availed.
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The City of Bacoor is the headquarters of Streamtech, one of the Philippines’ newest internet service providers. It is a thriving city in the south of Luzon, Philippines. As the location is adjacent to Metro Manila, a lot of businesses had the reason to invest in the area.
The name of the city came from the Filipino word bakod or fence, pronounced as bakoor by the Spaniards. It is home to some rich history of the country. Fr. Mariano Gomez of the GomBurZa is the parish priest of the town during the time they accused of treason, leading to their execution. Bacoor is also the headquarters and capital of the First Philippine Revolutionary Government under Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo.
Now, the city is swiftly transitioning to becoming a haven of all: residential, institutional, and commercial establishments. Its local income comes from the various industries and commerce it hosts.
More so, among its places of interest are Bahay na Tisa, St. Michael Church, Zapote Bridge, Justice Ocampo Park, and Iglesia FIlipina Independiente.
Streamtech’s Service Areas in Bacoor
- Avida Settings 1
- Camella Altea
- Camella Altea Ph 2
- Camella Carson
- Camella Venezia
- Cer Heights exp.
- Cerritos 2
- Cerritos Heights
- Cerritos Heights 2
- Cerritos Hills Ph 1-2
- Cerritos Terraces
- Citta Italia Phases 1-10, 15, and 16
- Citta Italia Vetta
- Citta Ph 14
- Duplex Homes
- Elisa Homes Ph 2A
- Elisa Homes Ph 2B
- Elisa Homes Ph 3
- Elisa Homes Ph 4
- Elisa 4B
- Lessandra Ex 2
- lessandra Heights
- Lessandra Heights 2
- Lessandra Molino
- Lumina General Trias
- Marina Heights
- Mary Homes 2
- Mary Homes 3
- Molino Homes
- Ponti Hills
- Ponticelli Gardens 2
- Porto heights
- Porto South
- Portofino Amore 2
- Pristina Expansion
- Ridgecrest Ph 2
- Springville Central Phases 1-4
- Springville East
- Springville East 2
- Springville Executive 1-2
- Springville Executive Lane
- Springville Gardens Phases 2-4
- Springville Heights 1-5
- Springville Madelaine Place
- Springville Meadows
- Springville North
- Springville South Phases 1-2
- Springville West Phases 1-2
- Summerhills Phases 1-4
- Terrassa 2
- Villa Lessandra Phases 3-9
- Vita Toscana
The town is the official capital of the province of Cavite. Aside from being the hub of financial institutions in the province, thia 3rd class component city also hosts various commercial and industrial businesses.
Initially, questions arise regarding the history of the town’s name. A number of myths provide information about how the name Imus became what the town is now called. The first one is due to the convergence of the Imus and Julian River, leaving a land in the middle. And the Tagalog term for that is Imus. Another account says the name came from the word infimus, meaning low land.
There are other versions of its etymology. But regardless of what really is its roots, one version of its history is clear. Imus prides itself to be home of 2 major victories against the Spanish colonizers. The first one is the Battle of Imus in 1896, while the second one is the Battle of Alapan in 1898. The latter led to the declaration of the Philippines’ Independence Day.
Among its places of interest are the Imus Cathedral and the Battle of Alapan Marker.
Streamtech’s Service Areas in Imus
- Bahayang Pag-asa Phases 4, 4A-B, 5-8, 8A-E
- Bahayang Pag-asa Phases 9-11, 11A-B, 12, 12C, 14
- Bellazona Aragon
- Bellazona Navarre
- Bucandala Expansion
- Buhay na Tubig
- California West Hill
- California West Phases 5-6
- Executive Lanes
- Greatwood Highlands
- Isatana Ph C
- La Joya
- La Terraza Ph A
- Legian 1B
- Legian Subdivision
- Less Bucandala Ph 3 Exp
- Less Bucandala Ph 2
- Less Bucandala Ph 3
- Lessandra Bucandala
- Lessandra Bucandala Ph 4
- Lessandra Imus
- Los Pinos
- Lotus Grand
- Lotus Lakeside
- Molino 3 Avenida
- Molino 5
- Palazzo Bello
- Palm Grove
- Richmond Ph 2
- Richmond Subdivision
- Vallejo 2
- Valleho Ph 3
- Vallejo Ph 3 Exp
- Villa de Alyssa
- Villa de Primarosa Phases 1-6
- Villa Hermosa
- Villa Verde
- West Woodsite
- Woodsite 1-4
Photo by The Dining Room at Gourmet Farms
The town is another 1st class municipality at the eastern side of the province of Cavite. It is famous for being the location of the PNP Academy, PDEA Academy, and head office of the International Institute of Rural Reconstruction.
Another notable type of business line in Silang is the exportation of fruits to Metro Manila. This is because its fruit production is more than the demand of its inhabitants. And since NCR is just nearby, it is one of the best conditions to export these excess there.
Since the area is highly agricultural dependent, major areas of interest are farms. These include Gourmet Farms, Cornerstone Pottery Farm, Gratchi’s Getaway, and Ilog Maria Honeybee Farm. The town also has the beautiful Davilan Falls.
Streamtech’s Service Areas in Silang
- Anahaw 1-2
- Camella Alta
- Camella Silang
- Gov/S Dr
- Ipil 1-2
- Narra 1-3
- Old Bulihan
- Zone 1-11
Photo by the Province of Cavite
Commonly referred to as Dasma, it is another 1st class component City of Cavite. From being an agricultural-dependent locality before, it turned into a highly urbanized city now. It prides itself to host industrial territories, such as the First Cavite Industrial Estates (FCIE), Dasmarinas Technopark, and NHA Industrial Park. Other commercial establishments such as big shopping malls, groceries stores, restaurants, and businesses also characterizes the town.
Addedly, major real estate developments are also in this area. Vista Alabang, a 1,500 hectares township connecting Muntinlupa, Las Pinas, Bacoor, and Dasmarinas has a portion under jurisdiction of the town. On the other hand, Ayala Land also established its 700 hectare project called Vermosa.
Guys who found their way to Dasma often see the following places of interest: Arch of Caring, Kadiwa Park, Museo De La Salle, and Promenade Des Dasmarinas.
Streamtech’s Service Areas in Dasmarinas
- Camella Dasma Highway
- Camella Dasma Highway
- Camella Island Park
Photo by San Francisco De Malabon FB Page
The name of the town was after the vice president elect during the Tejeros Convention in 1897, Lieutenant General Mariano Trias. It became a city in 2015 under Republic Act No. 10675, signed by former president Benigno Aquino III.
The municipality, in its transition to industrialization, hosts the following estates: New Cavite Industrial City, and Gateway Park, a business district of world standards. Additionally, more and more residential subdivisions, places of leisure, and malls are establishing themselves in the town.
Visitors enjoyed much of their times experiencing the beautiful sites of the town. These include the Church of San Francisco de Malabon, Kinder City Theme Park, and the Atrium Lounge. In General Trias, they also celebrate the Valencia Festival.
Streamtech’s Service Areas in General Trias
- Bria General Triaz
- Camella Vita General Trias
- Lessandra General Trias
- Tierra del Fuego
- Tierra Nevada 4
- Tierra Nevada 5
- Tierra Nevada 6A
- Tierra Nevada 6B
- Tierra Nevada 7
Photo by Benjie Layug
Being the place of where the Cavite Gateway Terminal is, Tanza is a 1st class municipality in the province of Cavite. The town’s former name is Santa Cruz de Malabon. It also prides itself for being the 2nd town in the province to ban the usage of plastic and polystyrene in 2012.
Review of the famous places to visit in Tanza includes Holy Cross Church of Tanza, Rex Habitat and Cultural Display Area, and Garden Coast Beach Resort. The town also celebrates the Sapyaw Festival, in honor of the feast of St. Augustinne.
Lastly, must-try food of the town are pipian or chicke kare-kare, and tinumis.
Streamtech’s Service Areas in Tanza
- Lumina Tanza
- Lumina Tanza Ph 2
- Bria Grandiosa Lane
- Carissa Kalliste
- Lumina Tanza Phases 1-5
- Camella Tanza
Photo by GolfPass
Previously just a part of Silang, Carmona is now a 1st class municipality of the Cavite province. Even if it generally an agricultural locality, just like any other Cavite town, it is transitioning to industrial. Various information say that the there are various business enterprises that found Tanza as their house or base.
These include garment industry, steel fabrication, semiconductors and/or microchip production, and other manufacturing and operations businesses. Its places of interest include Manila Southwoods Golf and Country Club, Manila Jockey CLub, and Carmona Racing Circuit.
Streamtech’s Service Areas in Carmona
- Woodland Hills
Trece Martires City
Photo by Eagle News
This 4th class component city of Cavite has been the province’s capital, for the longest time, until President Marcos transferred the title to Imus. As we all know, the name of the city came from the thirteen martyrs of Cavite who were accused as rebellions and later on executed by the Spanish colonizers. That is also its most famous tourist spot is the Thirteen Martyrs Monument.
The city is also famous for its various awards as in the health services, nutrition, social services, and education and literacy categories. And these can be expected from the fact that industrialization replaced agriculture as the city’s main source of revenue.
Streamtech’s Service Areas in Trece Martires City
- Camella Trece Martires
- Bria Trece Martires
General Mariano Alvarez
Photo by the Municipality of GMA, Cavite
Often called shortly as GMA, this 1st class municipality’s name is after a Filipino statesman and revolutionary called General Mariano Alvarez. It was also previously a part of the town of Carmona. Also, it was initially a resettlement area, until such time that residents demanded that it be independent from the town. The Sangguniang Bayan of Carmona favors the idea and passed a resolution, later, finally granted.
One of the town’s places of interest is the General Mariano Alvarez Monument.
Streamtech’s Service Areas in GMA
- Alta Tierra Ph 1A-B, 2A-B, 3-4
- Casa de Monteverde
- Delas Alas
- Family Village Resources Phases 1-5
- Francisco Reyes
- Gavino Maderan
- Gregoria de Jesus
- Mandarin Homes
- Nicolasa Virata
- Poblacion I-V
- Ramon Cruz
- San Gabriel
- San Jose
- Sunshine Village
- Teachers Village
- Teniente Tiago
Previously called Cavite el Viejo, it is where Philippine Independence from the Spanish regime was declared on June 12, 1898. It is where the first Philippine President, Gen. Emilio Aguinaldo, first waved the Philippine flag. Specifically, the location is at the Aguinaldo Shrine.
This 1st class municipality in Cavite is also famous for its other places of interest. These include the Baldomero Aguinaldo Shrine, Battle of Binakayan Monument, The Pandayan, and St. Mary Magdalene Church.
Streamtech’s Service Areas in Kawit
- Masaito Monte Royale
- Masaito Park Infina
A Panorama of Cavite and Its Industrialization
Photo by Genelle Lee on Pinterest
The province of Cavite is, indeed, a thriving locality. Every account and information says that it initially is an agriculture dependent area. However, with its proximity to Metro Manila, people started to migrate and investments started coming in. Hence, it is now in transition to becoming more and more commercial and industrialized.
The province is a highly industrialized one, with economy, commerce, industry, and entrepreneurship fueling it. Such locality houses various manufacturing firms, and investors loved and trust growth in the area. Since it offers one of the cheapest costs of labor, most news say that it is the reason for the increasing amount of business enterprises coming in.
Industrial estates powered by PEZA
And the above conditions can be expected since most of the province’s gigantic industrial estates are PEZA-registered. This Philippine Economic Zone Authority helps industries by promoting investments in the export-oriented category. Primarily, it assists in the registration and facilitation of operations, plus providing tax incentives.
Among the PEZA-registered industrial estates in the province are SMDM IT Center, Lumina Point, Suntech Park, Suntrust Ecotown and the Cavite Economiz Zone. They also have the FCIE, People’s Technological Complex, EMI Special Economic Zone, Gateway Business Park, Cavite Technopark, Golden Mile Business Park, and Daiichi Industrial Park.
The role of internet service providers in such progress
Basically, there is one important thing that links each company and the province to a huge success. That is, having swift access to information through fast internet speed provided by various internet service providers.
Since each internet provider has networks that can provide ample amount of signal, these enterprises have seamless experience in digitizing their operations. And since most of them have plan upgrade offerings, from DSL to fiber internet, their business subscribers can now do more in their own industries.
Streamtech brings its packages to the province
Here’s the latest! Streamtech, one of the Philippines’ newest internet service providers, is holding its main office at Cavite. Hence, at a very affordable price, subscribers, both residential and enterprises, can avail of a service application with us.
For homes and micro enterprises, you can already have fast internet for as low as PhP 1,499. You can also add a product that will suit your specific home online needs. We have a wifi extender, digiclass bundle, vlogging kit, and gaming kit. On the other hand, for enterprises, installation of a dedicated internet access can availed starting from as low as PhP 6,999.
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