Remember that non-expiring text promo Globe used to offer? Well there’s a new bill, the Prepaid Load Protection Act of 2014, trying to eliminate expiration dates from prepaid loads.
If there’s one number that Smart prepaid subscribers should commit to memory, this should be it: *121#. It’s the all-in-one menu for all prepaid services and offers.
Smart subscribers will be the first to enjoy the acclaimed Xiaomi Mi3 smartphone as part of a postpaid plan. You can now pre-order a unit for free with Smart Postpaid Data Plan 999!
No upfront cash for the sublime LG G3 smartphone? Don’t fret! Globe’s got you covered! The telecoms company have just announced that the phone will be available for free when users subscribe to their MySUPERPLAN 1799 with a 30-month contract.
Need to indulge your craving for the latest gadgets? Then head out to the Smart Bro Gadget Expo. It’s only happening this weekend at the SM Megamall Trade Hall C—so hurry!
If you’re on the lookout for a great deal on a top-shelf smartphone, it doesn’t get any better than the Sony Xperia Z2 on Smart Unlisurf Plan 2000. Why? Well, can’t get any better than free, right? At least for the handset, anyway. But Smart Unlisurf Plan 2000 does offer its own perks as well.
How much do you spend to check your Facebook account? Whatever it is, it can’t be cheaper than this! Smart’s new prepaid promo Unli FB2 lets you surf on the world’s most popular social network for just Php2 a day!
Promising a wider coverage nationwide and a “consistent, fast, [and] reliable” connection, Sun Cellular is offering an unlimited Internet browsing with its Unlimited Surf 100 prepaid broadband subscription. It’s a 3-day access to the digital world for just Php100.
The LG G2 mini LTE is now available in the Philippines as an exclusive postpaid offering by Smart Communications. It’s one of the cheaper 4G options in the country for just Php1,200 a month.
Globe appears to be phasing it out its unlimited Internet service in favor of plans that are more transparent in data allocation. As such, new subscribers to the telecom’s postpaid plans will be offered with GoSurf.
Every piso text we sent since December 2011 should have been Php0.80, and those extra 20 cents we paid per SMS since then must be refunded, according to the National Telecommunications Commission.