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Smart caps Mobile Internet @ 1.5GB/month

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: December 23, 2010

This is the first time I was able to read Smart's Fair Use Policy on Mobile Internet Use and was surprised to see that their cap on unlimited mobile internet is just 1.5GB per month. A reader was asking for some clarifications about Smart's Samsung Galaxy Tab and the accompanying unlimited mobile internet. After a quick search on Smart's website, I discovered that they only allow up to 1.5GB of bandwidth per month. Once the cap is reached, they will throttle you down to a slower (yet unknown) speed. And here's the catch: The 1.5GB allocation of the Fair Use…

Smart offers 2 hours 3G internet for Php20

Relevance: 99%      Posted on: August 7, 2009

Yesterday, Smart announced a new promo offering mobile internet users an extra hour for every hour of usage during off-peak times. That's Php20 for 2 hours (Php10 per hour) between 2am to 6am. The promo starts today and in order to avail of it, one must go to the Smart Mobile portal (m.smart.com.ph) on your phone's browser and click on the "Free 1 Hour with Off-Peak Internet Plan" link. You need to activate it before you can get your extra 1 hour free. You will need to have at least 1-peso load balance remaining in order to activate this and…

How to activate Smart GPRS

Relevance: 96%      Posted on: June 10, 2011

How to activate Smart GPRS or TNT (Talk N Text) Welcome to the Smart GPRS or 3G tutorial page. The information below will help you and guide in setting up your phone for GPRS or 3G connection. It will also show you how to hook up your PC or laptop to any Smart 3G-enabled phone: Download Smart GPRS settings: Step 1: Using your 3G handset, go to Tools > Settings > Network Mode > select Dual Mode. Step 2: Activate your handset by texting Set 3G and send to 211. Step 3: Save Settings sent by 333. Key in 1234…

How to activate Smart GPRS

Relevance: 96%      Posted on: January 23, 2012

How to activate Smart GPRS or TNT (Talk N Text) Welcome to the Smart GPRS or 3G tutorial page. The information below will help you and guide in setting up your phone for GPRS or 3G connection. It will also show you how to hook up your PC or laptop to any Smart 3G-enabled phone: Download Smart GPRS settings: Step 1: Using your 3G handset, go to Tools > Settings > Network Mode > select Dual Mode. Step 2: Activate your handset by texting Set 3G and send to 211. Step 3: Save Settings sent by 333. Key in 1234…

Smart, TNT, Sun to offer free mobile internet

Relevance: 91%      Posted on: September 26, 2014

Breaking news: Conglomerate Chairman Manny V. Pangilinan announced free mobile data for all prepaid subscribers of Smart, Sun Cellular, and Talk 'N Text. In an unprecedented move and a cliffhanger tweet MVP made days before this announcement which made the whole tech industry speculating, 66 million prepaid users of the three networks can now enjoy 30MB of mobile internet package everyday. Consumers can use their mobile Internet to browse Facebook or tweet, surf websites like Wikipedia, or navigate with apps like Waze, among others. In the currently ongoing Press Conference held this morning at the Makati Shangri-la Hotel, PLDT and Smart Chairman Manny…

Smart Unlimited 3G Internet for Php50/day

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: December 3, 2009

That didn't take too long. Just a couple of weeks after Sun Cellular offered unlimited 3G internet at Php50 per day, Smart has also come up with the same with Unli Surf 50. Check out the following daily, weekly and monthly rates. That's Php50 for 24 hours, Php300 for 1 week (7 days) or Php1,200 for a month (30 days). You activate this plan by visiting m.smart.com.ph/surf on your mobile phone. However, it looks like internet access is only limited to your mobile phone. I have yet to test it while tethering to the laptop (still checking it now, will…

Smart Free Internet promo extended to February 5, 2015

Relevance: 81%      Posted on: January 5, 2015

Smart Communications, Inc. has announced that its Free Internet promo for Smart, Talk ‘N Text and Sun Cellular subscribers is now available until February 5, 2015. Smart's free mobile internet promo started in September 2014 which gave Smart, Talk ‘N Text and Sun Cellular subscribers free access to the Internet via their data-enabled mobile phones for up to 30MB daily. The promo has been extended until next month, February 5, 2015. To register to the Smart Free Internet promo, just text FREE to 9999. Keep in mind that you need to maintain an airtime balance of Php1 to keep your…

Smart Extends Free Internet, Includes Video Streaming

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: February 5, 2015

Smart Communications has announced that the company is, yet again, extending it’s Free Internet Promo for Smart, Sun Cellular and Talk ‘N Text subscribers which was initially intended to end today, February 5 as per the telco’s last announcement. In line with the announcement of the promo extension, the MVP-led telco also announced that it will now allow its subscribers to use their free data allocation for video streaming services such as Youtube, Vimeo, or Daily Motion. To register to the Smart Free Internet promo, just text FREE to 9999. Keep in mind that you need to maintain an airtime…

Rate Chart of Mobile 3G Internet Providers

Relevance: 74%      Posted on: May 13, 2009

So we could better see which 3g internet provider is giving us the best deals, I made this simple chart to compare postpaid and prepaid mobile 3G plans of Globe, Smart and Sun Cellular. The chart is short and simple -- compare rates for prepaid mobile 3G surfing, postpaid plans as well as ongoing bundled promos. Both Smart and Sun Cellular are running bucket offers -- Smart has the Php50 per 5 hours and Php100 per 12 hours promo, while Sun Cellular is offering their SWB at Php100 per 6 hours and Php300 per 24 hours. Globe doesn't have this…

Smart Teams Up with Internet.org to Bring Free Internet to Filipinos

Relevance: 73%      Posted on: March 18, 2015

In an effort to bring internet access to more people around the world, Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg launched a global initiative called Internet.org some two years ago and partnered with the who’s who of the tech industry to achieve that goal. Today that initiative officially launched in the Philippines in partnership with Smart Communication, Talk ‘N Text and Sun Cellular. There are two ways Smart, Sun Cellular and TNT subscribers can browse the web without paying for data or using up their data allocation. Users can go directly to Internet.org’s website and browse through the current selection of websites and…