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SmartBro WiMax Prices, Service Plans revealed

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: June 21, 2010

Smart is finally out with it's WiMax service and posters have been spotted about the new SmartBro WiMax subscription plans. Smart Bro WiMax is currently available in 2 plans: SmartBro WiMax Plan 999 Up to 1 Mbps Unlimited Usage Hours Monthly Subscription Fee: Php999 SmartBro WiMax Plan 799 Up to 512kbps Unlimited Hours Monthly Subscription Fee: Php799 There's no information on which areas or cities (an agent says it will be initially available in selected areas in Metro Manila or NCR) SmartBro WiMax will be available and how it's going to differentiate itself from its existing SmartBro Share-It or SmartBro

Smart Bro Rocket Speed Tests (Metro Manila)

Relevance: 99%      Posted on: August 11, 2011

We've been doing a lot of speed tests in a number of areas around Metro Manila using the Smart Bro Rocket Plug-It and I'd like to share the results we got in the last 3 days. The areas we managed to get speed test results include the following: - SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City - Park Square 1, Makati City - Bonifacio High Street, The Fort, Taguig - Bayani Road, Taguig - Heritage Hotel, Pasay City - Evangelista St., Bangkal, Makati - Makati Cinema Square, Makati City - MegaMall, Mandaluyong City - Wendy's Boni Station, Mandaluyong City - Guadalupe…

SmartBro Prepaid Kit

Relevance: 95%      Posted on: June 2, 2008

Got a sample SmartBro Prepaid Kit last week from Smart for review. I was about to buy my own kit before this got in so I'm putting this one out to the stress test until I finally make the purchase. So, what's inside the box? Well, nothing much really. You'll get the basic stuff -- a Smart SIM card, the USB dongle, a short mini-USB cable, the installation CD, another split USB cable and a small pocket manual. The SIM card (0929 prefix) is pre-loaded with Php30 of credits. You can add more credit via e-Load or by using scratchable…

SmartBro drops Unlimited Plug-it to Php999

Relevance: 95%      Posted on: December 17, 2009

Smart has reduced it's SmartBro Plug-It Postpaid plans to just Php999 a month of unlimited 3G internet; down from Php1,500 a month in October 2008. There's a catch though. According to Smart Customer Support (*1888), the new Unlimited Plan 999 for Plug-It is limited to speeds of up to 384Kbps. There's a 24-month lock-in period as well. Compare that to the earlier unlimited speed of up to 2MBps, that seems a bit slow. I was thinking if they had to cap the speed (like what Sun Cellular does with their tiered unlimited plans), it shouldn't be anywhere below 1Mbps. Update:…

SmartBro WiFi and Smart Tag

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: June 11, 2010

Looks like Smart is testing a new service under their SmartBro brand which offers WiFi service to customers. Called the SmartBro WiFi, prepaid users get a Smart Tag with username and password to access WiFi hotspots for just Php10 per 40 minutes. Smart is currently testing the service in one university (Ateneo de Manila University) according to one student there and they've even made a custom SIM card for AdMU students together with the Smart Tag. According to one student who posted the info in the YugaTech FB Fan Page: Today Smart was giving away free ATENEO edition Sim cards…

Smart revamps SmartBro postpaid offerings

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: October 11, 2013

Earlier today, Smart has announced a new set of gadgets that will be bundled for free with the telco’s SmartBro postpaid plans and will have Anti-Bill Shock features by default. Check out what they got in store for you after the jump. Before we head over to the free devices, it’s best if we check out the three postpaid offerings to see which one fits your budget and usage type. Do note that between the stated allocated hours and Anti-Bill Shock trigger, the usual Php5/15 minutes charge still applies. However, once the ABS feature kicks in, there will be no…

Sapido 3G Router vs. SmartBro Share-It

Relevance: 85%      Posted on: August 22, 2010

Recently bought this Sapido Mobile 3G Router so I can compare it with the SmartBro Share-It WiFi router I use in my car and see which one makes for a better mobile internet set-up. For about a year now since I got the SmartBro Share-It, it has found its place inside my car wherever I go around the city. I tried bringing it up north on long trips and it was still working in Bulacan and down south, as far as Sta. Rosa. We even manage to make it work until the end of the South Luzon Expressway. The problem…

Going Mobile with SmartBro Share It

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: September 22, 2009

Last Saturday, I signed up for the unlimited Plan 999 of SmartBro Share It. It was locked for 24 months but they have a promo where you can buy a computer set (Intel Core Dual Core E2200 2.2GHz) for just Php4,000. There were two main reasons why I got SmartBro Share It: I already have PLDT myDSL Plan 1999 at home and have been using it for 5 years now. However, I've been having problems with it lately (slow connection to no connection at times). I was looking for a secondary DSL service in my area to serve as backup

GoPro HERO4 Silver Now Available on SmartBro Gadget Plus Plan

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: April 4, 2015

Now here’s something we don’t see often! SmartBro, Smart Communications’ broadband arm, has recently added the GoPro HERO4 Silver to their portfolio and will be available under SmartBro Gadget Plus Plan 999 and Plan 1299. GoPro HERO4 Silver specs and features: 12MP wide-angle camera Bluetooth Wi-Fi Built-in touch display 4K and 2.7K video capture 1080p at 60fps 720p at 120 fps (slow-mo) 960p at 100fps 12MP photo capture at 30fps Consumers can get the action camera at no extra charge by signing up on SmartBro Gadget Plus Plan 1299 which has a 24-month lock-in period. The said postpaid plan can…

NTC not equipped to monitor telcos’ Internet speed

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: June 11, 2014

With the probe on slow Internet speed in the country currently taking place, a National Telecommunication Commission (NTC) official admitted that the agency is not properly equipped to monitor the Internet speed provided by local telcos. According to Inquirer's report, NTC Director Edgardo Cabarios said that they do not have the equipment that will help them monitor the Internet speed of the telcos. This is also the reason why the commission is yet to set a minimum standard Internet speed in the country. He also noted that an additional Php14 million would be needed for the equipment. ACT Teachers Rep.…