Red Fiber by Radius, a telco company by Meralco, is really ramping up its operations. So to attract more attention, the company has introduced new Standalone and Dual Play plans.
Both the Red Fiber Standalone and Dual Play plans are similar in speed bandwidth. Both start at 10Mbps plan up to 400Mbps.
So, what is the difference between the Red Fiber Standalone and Dual Play plans? The Dual Play comes with 66SD and 9HD channels courtesy of CignalTV and access to CignalPremium.
Meanwhile, the Standalone plans strip off those TV and entertainment features for a cheaper price if an internet connection is only you need.
Both plans will come with double bandwidth for 30 days, a WiFi router, and the first two months and another one month for free after a year of subscription.
The Red Fiber Standalone starts at Php1,149/mo for the 10Mbps plan, while the top-tier 400Mbps plan is at Php7,249 per month.
Meanwhile, the Dual Play Plan starts at Php1,299/mo 10Mbps and Php7,399 for the 400Mbps. Both plan categories also come in 20Mbps, 50Mbps, 100Mbps, and 200Mbps tiers. You can check the full list of Red Fiber plans for a detailed look.