PLDT Home DSL: Let’s you enjoy Limitless Family Sharing
Last Friday, April 25, I went to the Newport Cinema in Resorts World Manila to watch the movie “Heaven is for Real“.
The movie is a true story of a four-year-old son of a pastor from Imperial, Nebraska. The boy claims that he experienced Heaven during emergency surgery.
I will not talk much about the film since I want you to watch it or read the book with the same title for yourself.
It was a very touching movie, I think I sobbed a little and wiped my tears after the show.
It is recommended to be watched with the whole family, but unfortunately, I was alone when I watched it. It’s a good thing that some of my co-mommy bloggers were there with me with their families and also the Ledesma family was there too.
Who are the Ledesma Family, you may ask? They are the family behind the TV Commercial of PLDT Home DSL with their famous and adorable son, Diego. This family is just the same with other young and urban families who enjoys doing various things together online using multiple gadgets at the same time. That’s where PLDT HOME DSL’s limitless and reliable family-sized connection really comes in handy. This kind of strong connection helps keeps the family together, in more ways than one.
They are just like us, except the look of course.
My husband and I are both working at home, and we are always online. I usually use the laptop, my husband use the Desktop while my son has his own tablet. But besides the mestiza and mestizo looks, what makes the Ledesma Family different from ours is that we don’t have a strong online connection. I am hoping that PLDT Home DSL will be available in our subdivision soon.
Who is Diego naman? He is a 7 year old boy who has captured the hearts of tens of thousands followers on his advice column on facebook, tagged as “Ask Diego”. His entire family is helping him answer questions about love, studies, bullying, all the way to vacation and business ideas.
Before he sees the questions, his mom and dad delete offensive content, and sometimes answer the more difficult questions themselves. Then they help him type out answers, especially when he asks about how to spell the words. On occasion, Diego also gets ideas for answers from his Ate Trisha.
“Ask Diego” is fast becoming another iconic presentation from PLDT HOME DSL. The group’s focus on family values and connection through limitless sharing truly spell the difference.
Check out Ask Diego on facebook.com/AskDiego.
To sign up for your own strong, reliable family-sized connection of PLDT HOME DSL, visit pldthome.com.