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PLDT DSL increases bandwidth allocation.

Relevance: 100%      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? :)

PLDT rebrands Residential DSL Packages

Relevance: 94%      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: 94%      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]

PLDT’s Php10/call permanent

Relevance: 91%      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…

Anyone else running PLDT WatchPad?

Relevance: 90%      Posted on: November 6, 2009

I got this DVD installer in the mail last week for PLDT WatchPad. Been seeing the ads as well on TV lately and was wondering if this is a free or paid service from PLDT to all its myDSL subscribers. Are there other PLDT myDSL subscribers getting their DVD installers in the mail too? I read that this is available if you subscribe to myDSL Plan 999, 1995 and 3000. This is streaming video so only makes sense for PLDT to offer it to high-bandwidth plans. Available channels include PBO, CNBC, MTV, GO, Animax, CNN, GMA7, Cartoon Network and National…

PLDT myDSL DNS Problems

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: October 16, 2006

For several days now, we've been experiencing some erratic and widespread DNS problems with PLDT myDSL. I think Smart 3G/GPRS is also affected with it, although my Smart Bro is working fine. We've also received numerous reports of the same -- random sites not showing up or loading. The issue has been reported to PLDT Customer Support and though they're not confirming the problems, all efforts to correct the problem failed. So, until now, PLDT hasn't resolve the issue and we get all of the heat from hosting clients. Anybody else experiencing similar problems with their DSL providers?

Smart to PLDT Landline Piso-per-minute

Relevance: 88%      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…

Free PLDT DSL upgrades this January

Relevance: 87%      Posted on: January 5, 2006

My PLDT myDSL line went kaput just around lunch today and was only able to re-connect just now. One thing I learned about PLDT's customer support is that they don't have one or you can't get to talk to one. What I'd do is call sales and inquire about upgrading my DSL bandwidth or ask for any new promos. Then, I'll segue into asking if they could connect me to their support personnel at the NOC. Works almost all the time. Anyway, going back to the DSL upgrades, the customer rep did confirm that PLDT will be doing another round…

Cyberya: PLDT’s version of the PisoNet

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: August 26, 2013

We've had a healthy discussion of the PisoNet business here before and how it is slowly encroaching into the very competitive internet cafe market. We even featured a housewife running a 3-station Piso Net business inside their home. It looks like this small enterprise is getting some traction as PLDT has set its eyes on it. Cyberya is a project by PLDT with the partnership of PC Express and Intel. The machine is provided by PCX, powered by an Intel chip and supplied by PLDT's Cyberya Package 999 for up to 1Mbps internet connection. The Cyberya machine itself costs Php15,499…

Manny Pacquiao knocks out PLDT WatchPad

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: November 15, 2009

My brother kept on begging me for a week to set up PLDT WatchPad on the laptop so we can hook it up on the LCD TV for the Manny Pacquiao vs. Miguel Cotto fight today. Being on a 2Mbps Plan 1995, I thought the PLDT WatchPad might be a bearable option to watch the big fight. PLDT was also promoting WatchPad a lot and promised subscribers can watch the Pacquiao-Cotto fight for free. I was scheduled to fly back from out of town around that time so I shrugged off the possibility of seeing the fight live. Fortunately, our…