The Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) has partnered with a Japan-based IPS Incorporation, a telecommunications company, and its subsidiary InfiniVAN Incorporation for the expansion of the undersea cable network and speeding up of digital transformation in the Philippines. An investment of USD150 million will be made during the 2023-2024 period to build a 2500-km-long Philippine Domestic Submarine Cable Network which will link key cities and tourist hubs. 

The fibre optic cables network will cover 26 landing stations. The stations are Batangas to Mindoro, Mindoro to Boracay, Lucena to Marinduque, Marinduque to Tablas, Capiz to Tablas, Masbate 1 to Capiz, Iloilo to Bacolod, Negros Occidental to Western Cebu, Zamboanga Del Norte 1 to Negros Oriental, Surigao Del Norte to Southern Leyte, Western Leyte to Cebu 1, Samar to Masbate 2,  Masbate to Sorsogon, Boracay to Aklan, Siargao to Surigao Del Sur, Camiguin to Misamis Oriental, Masbate 1 to Western Leyte, Cebu to Bohol, Bohol to CDO, CDO to Zamboanga Del Norte1, Zamboanga Del Norte to Zamboanga Del Norte 1, Zamboanga Del Norte to Zamboanga Del Sur, Camarines Sur to Tablas, Southern Leyte to Cebu 1, Masbate to Masbate 2 UG Terrestrial and Cebu to Cebu 2 UG Terrestrial.