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NBN now GBN: Government Broadband Network

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: November 29, 2007

The canceled National Broadband Network project with China's ZTE is now being revived as the GBN or Government Broadband Network. NBN, GBN -- same creature, just different skin. Inquirer.net reports that local telcos PLDT and Globe are on a wait-and-see status regarding the broadband project. My previous hunch that this project is not totally dead is spot on. The original issue of whether or not the NBN was a sound project is now clear. It was all about who was getting the project and which hands were getting the cut from it. Whether PLDT or Globe lands the project, guess…

Globe Broadband Tattoo at 2Mbps

Relevance: 68%      Posted on: February 26, 2009

Okay, I think I spoke too soon. Just got this press release from Globe that they renamed their 3G internet service to Globe Broadband Tattoo. Globe Broadband Tattoo, formerly known as Globe Visibility, uses a USB stick that works as a modem (more like a re-brand of Globe Visibility). Globe has also upgraded their network so users can get speeds of up to 2 Mbps. Globe redesigned Globe Broadband Tattoo with some funky designs featuring artworks in black, orange, or blue. The Globe Broadband Tattoo Prepaid Kit comes with a free Php100 load that is equivalent to five hours of…

Bayan Broadband offers EVDO at Php699

Relevance: 66%      Posted on: January 21, 2010

Bayan Broadband is now offering a new wireless internet plan on their CMDA network that starts at a low price of Php699 per month. The service comes with a USB dongle similar to Globe Tattoo, Smart Plug-It and SWB only that it's not on 3G but EVDO. The broadband service plan includes: Plan 256: Php699/month @ 256Kbps Plan 512: Php999/month @ 512Kbps You need to buy the USB dongle too at Php999 and be locked into the service for 24 months. The service is also limited to several cities in Metro Manila - QC, Makati, Manila, Las Pinas, Mandaluyong, Pasig,…

Sky Broadband offers 112Mbps for Php19,999

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: August 20, 2010

Heard about this yesterday but wasn't able to verify it until today when I visited their booth and asked for a demo. Yes, you read it right -- Sky Broadband is offering up to 112Mbps residential cable internet. Then, I saw this banner/standee that says it's really 112Mbps and not the 12Mbps we already knew they're offering for about 2 years now. Yeah, I couldn't believe myself. So I had to see and test it. So here's the YouTube clip I took while testing it on SpeedTest: From our tests, it was able to register 86Mbps downstream and 4.3Mbps upstream.…

Sun Cellular unveils Wireless Broadband Plans

Relevance: 59%      Posted on: August 26, 2008

The tip we got earlier this month about Sun Cellular Wireless Broadband was spot on. New mobile 3G packages are now available at the Sun Cellular website announcing attractive rates. Sun Cellular will be offering flat rate plans, the only other unlimited 3G plans in the Philippines today (PLDT WeRoam postpaid plans also offer unlimited 3G services, though only for corporate accounts). Sun 3G Plan 799 up to 400kbps 60 hours/month Php799 MSF Sun 3G Plan 999 up to 400kbps unlimited Php999 MSF Sun 3G Plan 1999 up to 1.4Mbps unlimited Php1,999 MSF *The Sun Broadband Wireless service is initially…

Sky Broadband offers 5Mbps at Php999

Relevance: 58%      Posted on: March 19, 2011

Sky Broadband is set to launch a new offering for their internet service -- a special broadband plan of (up to) 5Mbps at only Php999 a month with a 15GB cap. Now that looks like a very attractive offer if you're not really a heavy user and don't spend a lot of time surfing at home (mostly people checking emails, FB and Twitter with a little bit of YouTube now and then). Telco insiders are saying that around 80% of broadband users don't really consume more than 15GB of traffic a month, then this alternative plan is for them. If…

Sun Cellular Wireless Broadband: Unlimited for Php999!

Relevance: 58%      Posted on: August 7, 2008

Got a tip that the recently announced Sun Cellular Wireless Broadband service will be priced at Php999 per month with unlimited usage. Sun Cellular's 3G will use a similar USB dongle. This is so far the cheapest and only unlimited 3G provider in the Philippines. However, since Sun Cellular has just started rolling out their HSDPA network, 3G coverage will be limited to several areas in Metro Manila.

Sun Broadband offers Smart TV bundle under Plan 1299

Relevance: 58%      Posted on: January 21, 2014

Sun Broadband recently introduced a new offering that will get you a Smart TV, an Android tablet, and a pocket WiFi under a single plan. Under Sun Broadband's Gadget Plan 1299, subscribers will get a 32-inch MyView HD Smart LED TV with keyboard and mouse, an Acer Iconia B1 tablet, and a Pocket WiFi with 60 hours worth of internet. This Gadget Plan 1299 bundle has a lock-in period of 30 months and comes with an Anti-Bill Shock guarantee. {source}

Sun Broadband Prepaid Kit drops to just Php595 a pop

Relevance: 57%      Posted on: March 4, 2014

Just learned that the prepaid broadband kit of Sun has become more affordable with the list price now down to Php595 from the previous Php795 price. The prepaid kit comes with the broadband stick, a prepaid SIM card and free one hour internet load. While we already have multiple backup connections, it is still sensible to have a prepaid kit since you will only have to spend for it when you need them and not worry about paying for monthly dues. Sun Cellular also promises a stronger and wider signal nationwide so the price drop does not equate with a…

EasyCall gets NTC nod for Wireles Broadband

Relevance: 57%      Posted on: May 29, 2010

EasyCall announced the other day that it was able to get an NTC license to use the 15MHz of spectrum within the 3.4GHz range. This allows the company to offer wireless broadband services. EasyCall has been offering corporate internet access (DSL, DLL, IDS) for some time now, thru partnerships with various local telcos. EasyCall is formerly paging company (you guys still remember the pager?) that turned into the telco business. The frequency secured by the company will enable it to offer wireless broadband internet. Not sure if they'll expand and offer the service to commercial/residential subscribers but a new broadband