On Technobiography, I described a business and ICT development in the Philippines where an entrepreneurship NGO and private-sector is banding together to set-up internet cafes in barrios. (Read: “OFW’s urged to invest in Internet Café’s in Barangays” on Technobiography) . Below are four franchising packages I gathered from a couple of flyers.

There are four PLDT and Smart Internet Café franchises available for entrepreneurs.

PLDT myDSL Internetcafe+

  • Internet , call, load station.
  • As low as P35,000 investment (1 PC); Franchise package of 15 PCs costs P525,000.
  • Business lines: internet access, e-load/e-pin retailing, remittance services (Smart Money, I suppose?), International calling (Php3/minute), e-Learning/e-Review.
  • Claimed ROI: 6-12 months.
  • (btw, a related article I read on Bussiness Mirror says that a PC needs to have a rental time of 6hours/day to reach breakeven).
  • www.everythingonline.ph
  • franchise@everythingonline.ph
  • Tel +632-631-0506

Smart Bro computer station

  • A one-PC Internet station packaged for a sari-sari store or cellphone kiosk. The flyer is vague in describing the services of this franchise proposal.

Smart Click Internet & more

  • Can be setup anywhere in the Philippines. The only internet shop franchise that can be installed in remote areas of the Philippines.
  • Call +632-511-2634 or email smartclick@smart.com.ph

Netopia

  • Ah, the well-established and most popular internet café chain. Franchise fee as low as Php150,000.
  • call +632-638-6742 loc. 218
  • www.netopia.ph

For further inquiries, call 101-888 (PLDT) or visit www.mypad.net .
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