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February 10, 2006

myISP Load by Infocom

Read about this from TipidPC about a 24 hour dial-up internet service for only Php20. Apparently targetted to those who are in a hurry to get connected (downed DSL, erratic Smart WiFi), you can pay as low as Php20 via your mobile phones. And you can use it for exactly 24 hours after first login.

MyISPLoad is an internet SMS prepaid load system, wherein the user will no longer need to go to a retailer to buy internet credits. The user will just have to key in the keyword “Myisp” and send to “483″ for the service to be availed of by the customer; the corresponding username and password to be provided will be sent to the designated destination mobile number. The mobile subscriber SIM card of the one who sent the message will be debited the corresponding amount.

That amounts to an hour-and-12-minutes of internet time per peso.

  • For Dial-up Numbers text Myisp dialup to 483
  • For Contact Numbers text Myisp contact to 483
  • For Myisp keywords text Myisp help to 483

Dial up numbers can be found here and their customer support hotline is 8599000.

This promo is provided by Infocom. Nice idea IMHO. And very cheap too!


4 Responses to “myISP Load by Infocom”

  1. twinx says:

    is this available in davao city too? thanx…
    (pls inform me at 09196599468)
    ‘preciate it! :)

  2. Jhayology says:

    Is this available for Globe Subscribers? Kasi sa SMART nagagawa ko to. Sa Globe di ko pa na-try. Tanong lang. :D

  3. lawrence says:

    i have 8 times purchase load pero wla ako narereceive ang sabi lng Tnx 4 downloading 2 Myispload 1 day unlmtd pero wla prn send sa akn n username at password ng myisp regular customer naman ako d2 eh ::)

  4. jovelyn says:

    i am jovelyn retailer dn ako i mean ung loadwallet poh ngpplod poh ako s distributer k ng 1thousand 2day btween 3to4pm wlng dmtng kng hnd poh malod ung pnlod k.ito ung nmbr 09085728032 mgglbe nlng kmi pwd poh iblik nxo ung lod kc d rn bnlik ung bnyad k

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