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PLDT WeRoam Promo

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: March 17, 2006

While scouting first-hand user feedback for PLDT's WeRoam service to convince myself to subscribe, I found Paul's story about his experience in Davao. A quick visit to PLDTWeRoam.com confirmed the latest promo packages available for new and potential subscribers: Wireless GPRS/EDGE card with PLDT WeRoam includes the GPRS card with 3 months free subscription to WeRoam and free WiFi internet on all Airborne Access hot spots. Subscription for 12 months is Php1,050/month. Wireless GPRS/EDGE card with PLDT WeRoam includes a Sierra Wireless Aircard 775 plus 3 months free subscription to WeRoam and free WiFi internet on all Airborne Access hot…

PLDT WeRoam got cheaper?

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: September 28, 2006

Not sure about the timing but it seems that PLDT slashed a few hundred pesos off their WeRoam prepaid and post-paid subscription fees around the time Globe Innove commercially launched its competing product, Globe Visibility. Just take a look at PLDT WeRoam's current pricing scheme: WeRoam Internet Unlimited WiFi Internet(via AirborneAccess up to 2Mbps) Unlimited GPRS/EDGE Internet (up to 140kbps) Application Fee: Php 2,500 Monthly Recurring Fee: Php 1,200 Free Use of Mobile Data Card WeRoam PLUS Internet Unlimited WiFi Internet(via AirborneAccess up to 2Mbps) Unlimited 3G/HSDPA Internet (up to 1.8Mbps) Unlimited GPRS/EDGE Internet (up to 140Kbps) Application Fee: Php…

Sun Cellular unveils Wireless Broadband Plans

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: August 26, 2008

The tip we got earlier this month about Sun Cellular Wireless Broadband was spot on. New mobile 3G packages are now available at the Sun Cellular website announcing attractive rates. Sun Cellular will be offering flat rate plans, the only other unlimited 3G plans in the Philippines today (PLDT WeRoam postpaid plans also offer unlimited 3G services, though only for corporate accounts). Sun 3G Plan 799 up to 400kbps 60 hours/month Php799 MSF Sun 3G Plan 999 up to 400kbps unlimited Php999 MSF Sun 3G Plan 1999 up to 1.4Mbps unlimited Php1,999 MSF *The Sun Broadband Wireless service is initially…

SmartBro: Largest Broadband Service in the Philippines

Relevance: 66%      Posted on: May 12, 2008

Latest public report from PLDT Investor Relations showed Smart Bro as the largest broadband service in the country with over 384,000 subscribers nationwide since it was first launched in June 2005. In its 2008 1st Quarter report, PLDT revelead that Smart Bro's subscribers surpassed PLDT myDSL service since end of 2007. PLDT myDSL has about 300,000 subscribers by end of March 2008 and 264k at end of 2007. Based on their historical data I gathered from old annual reports, I've plotted the growth of Smart Bro since it was offered in June 2005. Legend: Dark Orange bars: Total subscribers for…

PLDT rebrands Residential DSL Packages

Relevance: 60%      Posted on: May 28, 2006

Along with the upgrades that I just discovered, PLDT also rebranded their residential broadband packages: So, they did deliver on the promise they made earlier this year, though it took them 4 months to do so. The new packages are as follows: PLDT myDSL Xperience : 384 Kbps at Php 999/month PLDT myDSL Xcite : 768 Kbps at Php 1,995/month PLDT myDSL Xcel : 2 Mbps at Php 3,000/month PLDT myDSL F2H : 5 Mbps at Php 5,000/month The PLDT myDSL F2H may soon be available in areas of Ayala Alabang, Forbes Park, Essensa and Dasmarinas Village due to some…

Does PLDT myDSL really suck?

Relevance: 56%      Posted on: August 10, 2005

Topic: PLDT myDSL My maiden entry at Pinoy.Tech.Blog talks about "Lousy PLDT myDSL Service". [tags]pldt, broadband, digital subscriber line, internet, pldt mydsl[/tags]

Another “PLDT reading blogs” incident

Relevance: 54%      Posted on: March 11, 2006

Over 5 months ago, I blogged about the "PLDT reading my blog" incident and though that was the only time we've witnessed companies trolling blogs for feedback on their products and services, it was a sign of more good things to come. Behind that is the power of any regular customer to voice out (thru blogging) their satisfaction or lack thereof for a certain product or service. The same also happened to Alfa who blogged about PLDT's WeRoam service. The product manager basically approach her and answered all her questions about WeRoam because of a post on her blog. While…

NBN now GBN: Government Broadband Network

Relevance: 51%      Posted on: November 29, 2007

The canceled National Broadband Network project with China's ZTE is now being revived as the GBN or Government Broadband Network. NBN, GBN -- same creature, just different skin. Inquirer.net reports that local telcos PLDT and Globe are on a wait-and-see status regarding the broadband project. My previous hunch that this project is not totally dead is spot on. The original issue of whether or not the NBN was a sound project is now clear. It was all about who was getting the project and which hands were getting the cut from it. Whether PLDT or Globe lands the project, guess…

PLDT launches Home Bro Ultera BASIC, MAX & PRO

Relevance: 49%      Posted on: April 30, 2014

Yesterday marks the launch of the PLDT Home Bro Ultera which currently consists of three wireless broadband plans powered by TD-LTE (Time-Division Duplex Long Term Evolution) connection designed for home use. Here are the three PLDT Home Bro Ultera plans, its respective bandwidth allocations, as well as its monthly amortization. If you pay close attention to the picture above, you’ll notice that there’s an “xxGB recommended usage for optimum speed” on each of the plans under the new Home Bro Ultera. This is actually a subtle reminder about the monthly cap on PLDT's new wireless LTE broadband services which, if…

PLDT DSL increases bandwidth allocation.

Relevance: 49%      Posted on: April 22, 2005

PLDT DSL, PLDT DSL, PLDT myDSL, PLDT DSL, PLDT myDSL Looks like the stories are true. I just checked my PLDT DSL speed at home last night and I was averaging around 480Kbps. That means my previous 386Kbps connection now tops at 512Kbps. Here's the supposed upgrade that was recently made by PLDT. 512Kbps / 256Kbps for plan 1995 768Kbps / 384Kbps for plan 2500 1mbps / 384Kbps for plan 3000 You can call them up at 171 to confirm this. Sweet deal, huh? :)