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PLDT Call All extends Wireless Landline

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: June 5, 2009

Last Tuesday, PLDT also launched their PLDT Call All bundle -- a wireless landline extension where subscribers can call anywhere in the Philippines. This promo is available to existing PLDT residential landline subscribers for an additional fixed monthly charge of Php250. The bundle adds a PLDT Landline Plus (PLP) SIM card which can be used with any openline handset and serves as an extension of the fixed landline. What makes the PLDT Call All promo more expansive is that the mobile phone with the PLP SIM-card can be taken anywhere in the Philippines and still be able to call any…

PLDT’s Php10/call permanent

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: January 5, 2006

Well, that's a rather nice surprise! By January 7, 2006, PLDT will be making their Php10 per call a permanent feature for all its landline subscribers. All you need to do now is activate this fetaure by calling 10-10-10 and paying an extra Php50 for your monthly subscription fee. The Php10 per call covers all PLDT landline to PLDT landline NDD calls and PLDT landline to Smart mobile phones. I believe calls from Smart mobile phone sto PLDT landline phones will still use the same old rates though. Like the previous promo, it does not also cover PLDT landline NDD…

Smart to PLDT Value Calls only Php4 per minute

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: September 19, 2005

I was on my mobile phone with another potential client for about 15 minutes then I checked my load balance to see how much credit I still have left. I was a bit surprised to see that my last call didn't even reach Php100. Just now, I got an SMS alert from Smart that they have this Value Calls Promo where your call from a Smart cellphone to a PLDT landline will only be Php9 for the first 9 minutes and then it's Php4 per succeeding minutes. Looks like a bargain to me. And good nes to those who're always…

PLDT announces Wireless Landline

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: November 27, 2007

Looks like Bayantel and Globe are getting some more competition on the wireless landline market. PLDT Landline Plus is the new wireless offering and prices are even more competitive the existing ones. PLDT Wireless Landline Plus Phone Unit Cost: Php2,400 Activation Fee: Php600 Monthly Service Fee: Php600 Limitations: 600 call minutes (10 hours) per month, with 120 free SMS Availability: Nationwide Bayantel Span Phone Unit Cost: starts at Php1,995 Activation Fee: none (only 1 month advance required) Monthly Service Fee: Php699 Bonus: unlimited phone calls to any landline Availability: NCR, selected regions PLDT uses Smart's existing cell networks to operate…

Smart intros new Unli Call & Text Plan 599

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: July 15, 2011

So Smart's putting unlimited calling and texting on their postpaid plan for just Php599 per month with the Unli Call & Text Plan 599. If you're not into calling, they also have another Unli Text Plan 299 just for unlimited texting. The plan also comes with a free handset (Samsung E1080 or Nokia C1-01). The unlimited calls and text are applicable within Smart's own network (Red, TnT and Smart). For only P299 a month, UNLI Text Plan 299 is the perfect entry-level postpaid package for heavy texters. Not only does it let users send unlimited local texts to any of…

Smart to PLDT Landline Piso-per-minute

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: January 18, 2006

Just saw an advertisement on TV (that Boy Abunda and Kris Aquino tandem again) about the new Smart call pricing at Php10 per 10 minutes. That's basically php1 per minute of call time. I think it used to be Php8 plus toll charges. This went out as PLDT came out with a regular rate of Php10 per call for all NDD (National Direct Dialing) connections, the same time that Smart is rabidly pushing for their 3iG services. On top of that, the recent PLDT promo of Php840 fixed MSF for a bundled PLDT line and unlimited PLDT Vibe connection is…

Smart Big UnliText and Big Call promo

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: June 18, 2013

In case you missed it, Smart is running 4-month-long (still subject for extension) subscription-based service called Big UNLITEXT and Big CALL at a very enticing price. Further details are found below. As the promo names suggests, the Big UnliText and Big Call services give Smart subscribers unlimited SMS and voice calls to other Smart, Sun and Talk ‘n Text users. The promo is good for a week from the time of enrollment and would only set you back Php50 for the Big UnliText and Php100 for Big Call. To subscribe to Big UnliText, text TEXT50 and send it to 6406.…

Smart launches Plug ‘n Talk Service

Relevance: 61%      Posted on: December 14, 2008

Smart introduced the other day this mobile-in-a-USB product called Plug 'n Talk. It's basically targeted to OFWs which allows them to call and text from a PC abroad to any cellphone or landline number in the Philippines. The rates looks the same as your regular mobile rates in the country except that incoming calls and SMS are free which some might find attractive. Calling to a Smart mobile number costs Php7.50/min, Php8.50 to a landline and other networks. sending text messages to Smart costs Php1.00 and Php2.00 to other networks and landline. The gadget is a USB device included in…

Cellphone Exclusives: Bargain phones from Auction.ph

Relevance: 52%      Posted on: August 14, 2007

Here's some cellphone bargains you might be interested to get. Auction.ph is doing a Cellphone Exclusive promo until next week, August 24, 2007. Get coupons worth up to Php2,500 which you can use when you shop online with them. You be the judge if they are really cheap. P.S. I'm an official endorser of Auction.ph and their affiliate program AdAuction.

Globe explains Duo Landline service

Relevance: 51%      Posted on: May 8, 2009

In a press briefing yesterday afternoon, executives from Globe Telecom formally announced their new Globe Duo service - a mobile and landline number in one SIM. I was able to clarify some of the earlier concerns and questions I had about the service (since I'm also a subscriber). Some areas outside of NCR has an area code of +02 like San Pedro, Laguna. Globe is making an exception for these areas and include them in the Duo coverage. Globe has confirmed that they will expand the Duo service to other cities and provinces although there's no set date on their…