Telmarc Cable Services

Telmarc Cable has has over 25 years of combined structured cabling design experience. Our company has experience in vertical and horizontal connectivity projects spanning arange of industrial and commercial network cabling applications, as well as expertise in all aspects of network and LAN solutions.

Aside from its core business of providing Cable TV and Broadband solutions
(great if you're on O2 uk Broadband online and want to get some cable TV, or if you're
looking for anything else to connect your house to the world) across Taytay, Angono
and Binangonan in Rizal and Alaminos, San Pablo City, Calauan and Victoria in Laguna, Telmarc Cable also offers the following services.
We offer a broad array of sophisticated products for home
and businesses alike including:
  • Cable TV with over 60 cable TV channels
  • Customized Broadband Internet connection
  • Wireless outdoor bridge Antenna (High gain antennas)
  • Wireless repeater (Directional and Omni)
  • Indoor and Outdoor wireless access points
  • Routers, modems and switches
  • IP cameras and CCTV system
  • Paging systems
  • Computer Package Customization
  • Photo Printing / PVC IDs / Photo Invitations / Calling Cards
  • Multi-Media Services and Video Coverage
  • TODA Service
  • Click here to read the Fair Usage Policy

    Fair Usage Policy

     
    • Subscriber acknowledges that the Telmarc Internet Bandwidth is shared among all Telmarc subscribers and it may be necessary for Telmarc to regulate service to a very small number of extremely heavy users for the protection of other subscribers and to ensure fast and reliable service. Subscriber, thus agrees that the service is subject to Telmarc's Fair Usage Policy posted at www.telmarccable.com. Subscriber undertakes to keep himself informed of any changes to the policy by visiting said site periodically.
    • Subscribers who breach the Fair Usage Policy may experience a reduction in the upload and download speed and/or suspension or termination of the service, even without notice to the subscriber.
    • If a subscriber subscribes to a Subscription Plan that does not impose limits on the amount of data that may be downloaded or uploaded during a month, such "unlimited" plans are nevertheless subject to the Fair Usage Policy. The term "unlimited" means that Telmarc will not place a limit on how much data subscriber uploads or downloads during a month or other particular period, however, it does not mean that Telmarc will not take steps to reduce subscriber's data rates during periods of congestion or take other actions described in the Fair Usage Policy when subscriber's usage is negatively impacting other subscribers.

    Why do you need a Fair Usage Policy?

    • Whether an internet provider sends the information from a DSL, cable or WiMax connection, customers are sharing bandwidth - the total amount of data that can be transmitted and received by the internet provider for your neighborhood.

      That means that you, and all of your neighbors who are accessing the same website or are using the same broadband internet provider, are splitting the potential amount of information that is delivered to each home.
    • While the vast majority of our customers use our services considerately and their usage levels during peak hours don't disproportionately affect the shared network capacity, we know that a very small number of subscribers use an excessive amount of network bandwidth at peak time. Those users engage in substantial continuous download activity of a level greatly exceeding the normal levels for a residential service, to an extent that can impair the performance of the network, decreasing thereafter the speed of the broadband service available to all other users.
    • To guarantee that all the subscribers of Telmarc have an enjoyable experience while using the Internet, telmarc has put in place the Fair Usage Policy to ensure that there is an optimal service for all subscribers and that the service is fairly used by everyone.

    Am I likely to be affected by the Fair Use Policy?

    • If you don't use file sharing software or download large files frequently from the Internet, it's unlikely you'll ever be affected by this policy. Don't forget that media streaming, including the streaming of internet radio contributes to your use of bandwidth and may, if left permanently on, cause you to be in breach of this policy.
    • All we ask is that you do so considerately. To get the best speeds, we encourage you to do your heavy downloading during the off-peak hours of 1am to 6am.

    What will happen if my use is very high?

    • For frequent excessive high usage, we may suspend your service and/or possibly close your account until you upgrade to an appropriate package. We don't want to do that, and with your support and goodwill we'll work with you to see how we can avoid this happening.
    • If you find that your Internet needs have increased, we suggest that you upgrade to the next higher plan, which will offer even better speeds and freedom of use.

    What can I do to keep my usage on a normal level?

    • To help avoid this happening in future, here are some simple tips that would help manage your usage:
      1. Avoid leaving your PC/Laptop on when not using it.
        • All sorts of data is often sent to / from your PC to websites and software suppliers.
        • Turn off the PC when you are not using it, or at least disconnect from the internet.
      2. Avoid opening multiple pages in your browser and leaving them open.
        • Web pages are continuously refreshing and updating, and leaving multiple pages open in your. Browser will mean that images, videos and banner advertising are continuously pumped to your machine.
        • Close web pages that you are not using.
      3. Avoid regular movie downloading.
        • Movie and music files tend to be very large.
        • Avoid regular movie downloading or at least do this in moderation. One movie every week or two is fine.
      4. Avoid regular sharing / downloading of large files such as peer to peer file shares for music, videos, software, and games.
        • At a minimum, ensure you are using a zip file, which is compressed files, for large file transfers. Spread your file sharing over the month rather than having a heavy download over a few days.
      5. Limit automated software updates.
        • Your PC/Laptop Operating System and other software may have automatic updates turned on, which means it is using your Internet connection even when you are not aware of it.
        • Ensure you turn off any automatic updates on software you are using, and only allow updates that you need.
     
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