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Smart introduces WiFi Plug-It device (Huawei E355)

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: June 2, 2012

Smart has introduced yet another 3G+WiFi device they called the Smart Bro WiFi Plug-It. The device looks like your regular 3G dongle but also acts as a WiFi access point so you can share your internet connection with other devices. The prepaid kit comes preloaded with 240 hours of free internet and 400 free SMS to Smart & Sun networks (valid for 10 days). Smart promises up to 7.2Mbps in its network using this device. After that, you can load it up and use it under the regular prepaid charging of Php10 per 30 minutes. The device looks like a…

Get a Smart Bro Plug-it Device for Only Php99

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: February 13, 2015

Smart Communications is celebrating this Valentine’s Day by giving their loyal Smart Bro prepaid subscribers a treat; a significant price markdown on the Smart Bro Plug-it device which can now be had for only Php99. No strings attached. In retrospect, the Smart Bro Plug-it device was originally being retailed by the telco for Php3,995 some four years ago and the price dwindled down to Php995 back in 2013. Being part of a prepaid bundle, the Php99-worth Smart Bro Plug-it device doesn’t have any lock-in period and it comes with a free Smart Bro SIM card. Further information about the promo…

Smart doubles Smart Bro Plug-It speeds to 12Mbps

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: April 15, 2013

Smart Communications recently announced that it is doubling the maximum download speeds of its Smart Bro Starter and Power Plug-Its. The new maximum download speeds of the Starter and Power Plug-Its is now at 7.2Mbps and 12Mbps, respectively, under 3G and HSPA+ connections. "We’ve increased the top connection speeds of our Plug Its so that Smart Bro subs can explore more of the Internet on the country's first and only 100% super-charged network," said Smart Broadband Internet and Data Services Head Lloyd Manaloto. The Smart Bro Starter Plug-It has a price tag of Php995 while the Smart Bro Power Plug-It

Smart launches Plug ‘n Talk Service

Relevance: 76%      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…

Smart Bro bumps Plug-It speeds to 5Mbps

Relevance: 73%      Posted on: September 20, 2011

Looks like Smart Bro has upgraded the bandwidth allocation of their Plug-It broadband sticks and now offers up to 5Mbps. I've been hearing about the upgrades for some time now but since the Smart website did not reflect the changes, we had to wait for the official release. The update has just been posted recently, showing this table. The Power Plug-It is now up to 5Mbps (postpaid). The Starter Plug-It is now up to 3.6Mbps (prepaid). Of course, actual speeds will vary with time of day and location. It's going to be pretty hard to validate this but if you…

Plug It! Smart BRO Plan 799

Relevance: 72%      Posted on: November 24, 2007

I thought this should have been launched months ago. Smart Broadband Inc. (Smart Bro), a subsidiary of Smart Communications announced the new 3G/HSDPA service in Subic (during the 20th Ad Congress?). Dubbed Plug It, this is basically Smart 3G with a dedicated USB dongle. So, there you go -- a direct competition to Globe Visibility in the HSDPA space. Interestingly, Smart packaged this service with their highly successful but controversial Smart Bro package. Also interesting to note are the specification of the packages: Smart Bro Plan 799 Speed: up to 384Kbps Usage: free 60 hours, Php10 per 30 minutes thereafter…

Smart discounts LTE Pocket WiFi, now costs Php4,888

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: October 7, 2013

In an effort to bring their own prepaid LTE offering at par with Globe’s, Smart has slashed more than Php2,000 off of its LTE Pocket WiFi, dropping the SRP down to Php4,888. Furthermore, Smart has also extended this price cut to its existing LTE Plug-It device which now only retails for Php3,888 from Php5,995. Both of these devices will come with a free week-long unlimited LTE service, provided that users will register to the promo by texting LTE 299 to 2200. source

Smart Bro Rocket Plug-It now official, available Monday

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: August 5, 2011

We were the first to break the news last week about the new Smart Bro Rocket 12Mbps so we followed it up with Smart today. It's now official and you can get the prepaid SmartBro Rocket for Php3,995 (no lock-in period but is locked to the Smart network). You should also see this poster in stores where it's available. Internet rates starts at Php10 per 30 minutes and you can just use the normal loading system. The Smart Bro Rocket will be available for sale at Smart Business Centers starting Monday. Remember though, there are only about 154 HSPA+ sites…

Smart Bro Prepaid Plug-it UnliSurf 100

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: September 8, 2010

I've been using Smart's UnliSurf offer (UnliSurf 50) for some time now especially when going out of town and use the Smart Buddy Prepaid SIM card with a USB dongle. The offer is now available with SmartBro Prepaid SIM cards too with the new UnliSurf 100. To activate the UnliSurf service, just text Using Your SMART Bro Plug-it account: Text "UNLISURF 100" to 2200 (for Unlisurf 100 - 2 days unlimited) Text "UNLISURF 200" to 2200 (for Unlisurf 200 - 5 days unlimited) This promo is until November 30, 2010.

Smart Bro replaces Smart Wifi

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: April 26, 2006

Smart Communications thought their Smart Wifi brand is knee deep in the mud right now that the best thing to remedy the bad publicity is to re-name it. So, they came up with Smart Bro (is that a shortcut for broadband?) They did some clean-up and even remove pages from their official site which mentioned Smart Wifi. Too bad that page is already #1 on Google, Yahoo and MSN for the term "smart wifi". (I suppose my blog will take over that spot, eh?) Migs pointed out that that Smart Bro is also a browser and a few days after…