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Great news to all PLDT Home Fibr subscribers and tennis enthusiasts!

Now, you can be sure to watch your favorite international tennis superstars in excellent vantage points as PLDT Home Fibr, the country’s most powerful broadband, makes sure to give its new and existing subscribers the first volley of royal treatment, offering 20 percent discount on all International Premiere Tennis League (IPTL) tickets.

International tennis superstars will be in Manila again in December

IPTL 2015 hits Manila on its second leg from Dec. 6 to 8 at the SM MOA Arena bursting with tennis greats – current world champions, legends, and rising stars.

IPTL teams Philippine Mavericks, Indian Aces, Singapore Slammers, UAE Royals and newcomer Japan Warriors, will battle it out right before our very eyes.

Watch out for Serena Williams, Milos Raonic, Richard Gasquet, Australian legend Mark Philippousis, top women players Sabine Lisicki of Germany, Jarmila Gadjosova of Slovakia, Croatian tennis prodigy Borna Coric, and our very own Filipino doubles specialist Treat Huey.  Also reportedly joining the fray are luminaries Ana Ivanovic, Nick Kyrgios, Gael Monfils, Tomas Berdych, Marat Safin  and Agnieszka Radwanska.

PLDT HOME FIBR offers exclusive rates unique only to its subscribers at the IPTL: VIP- P58,000 down to P46,400;  Patron – P48,000 or at a discounted price of 38,400; Lower Box – P20, 800 from 26,000; Upper Box – P11,200 from 14,000 and General Admission tickets at only P2,400 from the original P3,000 price.

For more information log on to www.pldthome.com

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