Internet access with 4G LTE speeds has become easier to acquire, what with Smart launching two new postpaid offers with no lock-in periods: the LTE Plan 999 and LTE Plan 599.
LTE Plan 999 entitles subscribers with 3GB of data per month, while LTE Plan 599 only comes with half of said data allocation. Since they come without lock-in periods, both plans only come with a SIM card. On the other hand, interested applicants can grab a USB dongle or pocket Wi-Fi router for a one-time fee. Plans bundling these devices are also available, but they’re attached with a 24-month lock-in period.
For LTE postpaid plans with mobile devices, Smart has also unveiled two new LTE-capable tablets under its LTE Plan 1299 (with a standard 24-month contract and 1.5GB monthly data allocation). The first device is the Huawei Media Pad 10 Link LTE, a 10-inch tablet with IPS display, 16GB internal storage, 1GB of RAM, and a quad-core processor. The other device is the Google Nexus 7 2013, a 7-inch tablet with IPS display, 32GB internal storage, and Qualcomm Snapdragon S4 Pro processor. Both tablets are powered by Android Jelly Bean OS.
If the data allocations of any of these plans have been exceeded by users, Smart also offers LTE packages with unlimited surfing.