Nearly two years into the pandemic, PLDT Home continues to serve families, enabling millions of households with digital services and the strongest connections to thrive in the new normal. Cementing its undisputed position as the country\u2019s top provider of fiber connectivity, PLDT also remains the fastest fixed network in the Philippines, according to the latest Ookla Speedtest Awards for Q1-Q2 2021 - the fourth consecutive year since 2018 that it gained the top spot awarded by Ookla, the global leader in broadband network intelligence. More households now enjoy the reliable connection which supports both work-from-home and online learning, as PLDT boosts its installation capability to serve the growing demand for fiber connectivity across the country. To date, PLDT Home has connected more than 800,000 households with fiber for 2021 alone, and is on track to reach a million before the year ends. "We already have about 12 million homes passed and about 5.29 million ports, by far the biggest base for ports available. So by 2022 there will be a big push as Home figures as a major revenue driver for growth for PLDT," said PLDT Chairman Manuel V. Pangilinan. Heading to 2022, PLDT Home remains competitive in introducing more attractive and relevant Home plans for the connected Smart Home. These include the new Unli Fiber Plans ranging from 50Mbps speeds for Plan 1699 to 1000Mbps for Plan 9499, along with other Fibr Plus plans that bundle Wi-fi mesh devices to keep all corners of the home connected. ALSO READ: PLDT, Smart fully restore connections to more VisMin areas, post Odette PLDT\u2019s latest announcement, however, solidifies the telco\u2019s stronghold as a pioneer in the industry as it launched the country\u2019s first 10,000Mbps Home plan (https:\/\/youtu.be\/XZEYItprao0) \u2013 the fastest, commercially offered residential fiber connectivity service in the country. In keeping the digital lifestyle of more Filipino households connected, PLDT Home continues to help boost the country\u2019s standing in providing top-tier connectivity at par with first-world nations.