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Smart Bro Prepaid Plug-it UnliSurf 100

Relevance: 100%      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 Rocket cuts UnliSurf Plans

Relevance: 88%      Posted on: September 16, 2011

Just learned today (thru one of my staff in Manila and verified by @arnoldgamboa) that Smart Bro Rocket has finally cut off subscription to Smart Unlisurf plans. When Smart Bro Rocket was first released, they allowed subscription to UnliSurf 50 and UnliSurf 200. However, they warned that this will eventually be reverted to a bucket plan by September 30 -- at Php180 per 200MB. The default internet rate is Php15 per 30 minutes. It's still the 16th of September but subscribing to UnliSurf has suddenly become invalid. Will get official word from Smart regarding this switch and will update once…

Galaxy S3: Smart UnliData 2000 vs. Globe UnliSurf 2499

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: May 26, 2012

As we near the official launch of the highly anticipated Samsung S3, the two telco giants vies for the hearts of prospective upgraders and switchers through their plans. Now before you get too excited and sign up for any of these telcos, let's take a closer look at their offerings and see which one fits your lifestyle and usage pattern. As we mentioned in our previous post, Globe was the first to reveal their range of plan for the SGS3. This quad-core handset will come in free with their UnliSurf Plan 2499 and will have a standard lock-in period of…

NESIC speed test shows Smart Bro bests Tattoo

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: July 29, 2011

A recent speed test conducted by an independent professional engineering service, NESIC, showed that Smart Bro got better results, over-all. See some of the findings of the tests below. The tests were conducted from July 4 to 6, 2011 in 100 test locations nationwide. The results were shared to members of the media during lunch today with reps from NESIC and Smart answering questions from the press. The tool used to measure the data was Speedtest.net and the text server is located in San Francisco, USA (SF Monkey Brains server). Average speed test is taken from a sample of 5…

OpenSignal compares Globe and Smart’s LTE speed

Relevance: 63%      Posted on: October 24, 2014

OpenSignal, a company specializing in wireless coverage mapping, released a report that focuses on Philippine Internet – particularly our LTE speed. They compared two of our telecoms (Globe and Smart) to show where they stand in terms of download speed, upload speed, and latency. Based on the report, Globe’s download speed is a little bit faster than Smart’s at an average speed of 6.1Mbps against 5.9Mbps. In terms of uploading, Smart overtakes Globe by a mere .2Mbps at 7.2Mbps and 7Mbps, respectively. As for LTE latency or as OpenSignal says is “the time it takes for the server to acknowledge…

Smart LTE speed test on Sony Xperia V LTE

Relevance: 55%      Posted on: December 23, 2012

One of the first LTE smartphones to arrive and be available to subscribers is the Sony Xperia V LTE. It was launched in the Philippines around 2nd week of December and offered by Smart under UnliData Plan 2000. The Xperia V is somewhat akin to Sony's flagship Xperia TX that was launched a couple of months ago. The design was inspired by the signature arched posterior of the Sony-Ericsson Xperia Arc. Hardware specs aside, the highlight of this device is the LTE capability (said to reach up to 100Mbps). Sony Xperia V LTE specs: 4.3” HD display @ 342ppi w/…

Smart Bro Rocket Buyers Guide

Relevance: 54%      Posted on: August 8, 2011

So I bought the Smart Bro Rocket at Smart's Wireless Center in Rockwell this morning. They made me sign a waiver that outlines some of the limitations of the dongle and the service. So, here are 10 things you need to know before buying the Smart Bro Rocket. Some Wireless Centers are still a bit confused with the Smart Bro Rocket so you will have to ask and explain that it's the new one with 12Mbps. The guard and front customer service both didn't knew about it but I insisted and the other one in the activation desk confirmed. 1.)…

Smart Bro Rocket Speed Tests (Metro Manila)

Relevance: 53%      Posted on: August 11, 2011

We've been doing a lot of speed tests in a number of areas around Metro Manila using the Smart Bro Rocket Plug-It and I'd like to share the results we got in the last 3 days. The areas we managed to get speed test results include the following: - SM Mall of Asia, Pasay City - Park Square 1, Makati City - Bonifacio High Street, The Fort, Taguig - Bayani Road, Taguig - Heritage Hotel, Pasay City - Evangelista St., Bangkal, Makati - Makati Cinema Square, Makati City - MegaMall, Mandaluyong City - Wendy's Boni Station, Mandaluyong City - Guadalupe…

OpenSignal ranks US, Philippines slowest in 4G Speed

Relevance: 52%      Posted on: February 21, 2014

OpenSignal has just released a report that the Philippines is the slowest in 4G speed around the globe, closely followed by the United States. Having the Philippines on the list of 4G-enabled countries is already a good sign but the country still lags behind in terms of roll out and average speed. Of the list, the Philippines ranked the slowest at 5.3Mbps average 4G speed. The United States was 2nd slowest at 6.5Mbps average 4G speed. The same report also mentions South Korea, Sweden, Hong Kong and Japan as the top 4 in highest speed of 4G networks. Both Globe…

Using Smart Bro Rocket on Php200 per 180MB

Relevance: 51%      Posted on: October 10, 2011

Since October 1, Smart has switched the plug on their Smart Bro Rocket Plug-It to use volume-based data pricing (same as Always On). The recommended bucket plan is Php200 per 180MB. So I tried it on my Rocket Plug-It to see how much I'd consume in a day. So I subscribed to the Php200 per 180MB pricing yesterday evening at 6:04PM and watched my data consumption via the My.Smart website. Here's how it looked like yesterday: 6:04PM: 184MB 7:30PM: 155MB This morning, my PLDT myDSL at home wasn't working so I turned back to the Smart Bro Rocket as my…