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Smart intros new Unli Call & Text Plan 599

Relevance: 100%      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…

Talk NText now offers Php6 per hour mobile internet

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: September 9, 2014

Talk N Text is now offering the most affordable mobile internet subscription by offering Php1 per 10 minutes mobile subscription. This effectively puts the hourly rate at just Php6.00. There's a catch though to this very cheap internet rate -- subscribers are blocked from using video streaming sites and P2P networks. Dubbed “PisoNet,” Smart’s new mobile Internet offer will be initially available to TalkN Text (TNT) subscribers and shall allow access to all apps and websites on mobile phones for only P1 per 10 minutes, with the exception of video streaming sites and file-sharing activities. PisoNet will soon be…

Smart intros All Text 30 Plus

Relevance: 77%      Posted on: April 7, 2013

Smart Communications has broadcasted a new TV ad showcasing the revamped unlimited SMS promo called All Text 30 Plus. For the benefit of those who haven’t seen it yet, here’s the low down of the Smart’s new promo. The Smart All Text 30 Plus is a significant update to the previous All Text 30 promo wherein subscribers are only given 300 intra-network SMS and 10 SMS to other networks and is valid for two days. On the new promo, however, users are given unlimited SMS to all networks and 30 minutes worth of voice calls for the same length of…

Globe intros Super One Unlimited Text & Call

Relevance: 76%      Posted on: June 29, 2010

If you're not yet sold with paying Php499 a month for Super Duo, then how about unlimited text and calls for Php150 per month? Got this text alert from Globe offering Super One to all Globe and Touch Mobile subscribers. Globe Super One allows you to link up a specific number to get unlimited text and call to that number for a flat fee of Php150/month (Php175 for My Super Plan subs). To register, text SUPER ONE < 11-digit # > ON to 8888 (postpaid). For My Super Plan subscribers, text SUPER ONE < 11-digit # > to 8888. Promo…

Talk N Text Panalo Phone at Php499

Relevance: 74%      Posted on: March 11, 2011

Probably the cheapest phone in the market so far -- Talk N Text's today launched a co-branded mobile handset they aptly called Panalo Phone. The handsets are simple candybar phones which were co-branded with Cherry Mobile and ZTE. The phones are also locked to the TNT network and it's highly likely the telco is subsidizing for the cost of the handset. The one in the photo is one of two cellphones in the Panalo Phone line-up (a Cherry Mobile B1). Single-SIM and very light, they only cost a mere Php499. I am told they won't be normally sold in stores…

Smart Big UnliText and Big Call promo

Relevance: 70%      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 Talkn 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: 70%      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

How to use GCash to send load to other networks via text

Relevance: 62%      Posted on: July 19, 2014

Using Globe's GCash wallet to send load to other networks like Smart, TalkN Text, and Sun is now possible by texting! Simply follow the steps below to share load to your friends and family. To send Php15 load via text, just type in TRANSFER(space)recipient’s 11-digit mobile number(space)your 4-digit GCash PIN then send to 2882. Here’s an example of how your message should look like: TRANSFER 09XXXXXXXXX 1234 You’ll be getting a confirmation message once the transaction is completed. If you don’t reply, no amount will be deducted from your GCash account. As of now only Php15 is allowed to be…

Globe, Smart changes load sharing to combat text scams

Relevance: 61%      Posted on: September 21, 2014

Due to rampant incidents of load sharing scams, both Smart and Globe have changed the way they operate sharing of eLoads. Majority of text scams deceive subscribers into claiming free credits but inputting and replying to specific SMS queries. Globe started making restrictions in their Share-a-Load services several weeks ago (first time we experienced this was September 1). The new scheme requires confirmation that a load is being shared and requires another affirmative answer to validate it. Globe has also limited the amount of sharing to just Php300 and has removed the Php500 option (which is the usual and maximum…

AdSense Ad Units: Image or Text

Relevance: 58%      Posted on: November 12, 2005

Was just chatting with Connie a while back (she just launched a new Party Blog) when she asked for my opinion about ad types in AdSense. Which is better -- include images ads or just pure text ads? Though I used to include a combination of text/image ads in my AdSense settings before, I realized that looking at it from another perspective, pure text ads could harvest more clicks (and revenue returns) than a combination of both. I summarized the advantages below: Surfers are already immune to image ads. Thus, they are more likely to click on a text ad…