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October 06, 2012

Samsung Galaxy Note 2 free on Smart UnliData Plan 2000

Smart has just officially announced that it will be offering the yet-to-be launched Samsung Galaxy Note 2 on their postpaid plan and will be free on UnliData Plan 2000.

The Galaxy Note 2 could be the first Jellybean handset to be released in the Philippines.

Smart just announced via Twitter that pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 2 is now up and will be available soon (later this October).

The Note 2 follows a similar path upgrade as the Galaxy S3, even looking almost the same, and with more powerful hardware configurations.

Samsung Galaxy Note II N7100 specs:
5.5″ HD Super AMOLED display @ 1280×720 pixels
Exynos 4 Quad 1.6GHz
2GB RAM
16GB, 32GB, 64GB internal storage
up to 64GB via microSD card
HSPA+ 21Mbps or 4G LTE 42Mbps
WiFi 802.11 b/g/n, dual band 2.4GHz & 5.0GHz
WiFi Direct
NFC
Bluetooth 4.0
8MP rear camera, 1080p video recording
1.9MP front-facing camera
GPS with aGPS support
3100mAh Li-Ion battery
Android 4.1 Jellybean

Smart’s UnliData Plan 2000 comes with a monthly bandwidth allocation of 1.5GB (based on Fair Use Policy).

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35 Responses to “Samsung Galaxy Note 2 free on Smart UnliData Plan 2000”

  1. Sprikitik says:

    Nice Specs. How about for Globe Note2 Unlidata plan? any update?

  2. Ren says:

    this i gotta have!

  3. Enya says:

    Nakaka 30gig ako a month sa mobile browsing! Panu yun? Yung 1.5 fb, twitter at IG pa lang ata yun eh

  4. Ghosthunter says:

    Just nitpicking…. :)

    How could SMART call the data plan “UnLiData” when you’re limited to only 1.5GB/month?

    Isn’t it supposed to be unlimited?

    • Techjunkeez
      Twitter: korabtech
      says:

      Yeah I was supposed to ask the same question.

    • miongb
      Twitter: miongb
      says:

      You will get max speed until you reach 1.5gb per month. Beyond that, smart will throttle your speed, but you can still connect. So, unlimited pa rin :-)

      I have been a smart data plan 2k for more than 1.5 yrs now, and i can tell you that di naman strict yung pagthrottle ng speed . Many time ss th e past more than 1.5gb nako, pero fast pa rin internet connection.

    • jose says:

      hassle yung bandwidth cap ng smart, pag naka 1.5 gb ka na biglang 50kbps na lang connection mo.
      hindi ako nag FB or twitter, gawain ko lang online e ang manood/makinig ng mga podcast and dahil dun sa cap, di ka na makakanood ng live stream sa sobrang bagal. kailangan mo na lang i download and hintayin ng 2 days bago mo mapanood.

  5. John says:

    No no. 1.5 gb a month would be horrible. Go with Globe’s.

  6. wired says:

    I’m so excited to have this in my arsenal… what about yung globe meron ba nito?

  7. Kevin says:

    WOW tempting.

  8. Radec says:

    1.5GB / month

    wow, fair usage my ass.

  9. otis says:

    Unlimited @ 1.5GB a month.
    Stupid SMART is stupid.

  10. Chino says:

    smart always offers nice top tier phones. but based on my experience with their “unlimited” data offer, their internet speed is just plain horrible. you’ll just be frustrated with their sloowww and sporadic connections. imagine dial up modem speed – it’s that slow. to add insult to injury, you’re locked in for 24/30 months.

    • wb says:

      well, i’m a smart plan 2000 unlidata subscriber and i can say that the data service has improved a lot since habagat. i can get 1.5 to 7 mbps on speedtest.net using my note in ortigas center. but i guess it really still depends on where you use your device.

    • Tae says:

      ^using your note? wow…
      speed really depends on where you use your note…

      hahaha

      joke

    • Papapau says:

      @Chino..

      Nice signal sayo ah.. pero na-try mo na ba speedtest after ng 1.5gb throttling/cap? ano result? share naman.

    • Papapau says:

      @WB pala. erratum. hehe.

  11. Nicker says:

    wow I’m so gonna get this! excited… globe so slow btw

  12. Papapau says:

    God!

    ang resolve ko masisira!

    sabi ko my next phone is definitely gonna be a Nexus!!

  13. jmr_85 says:

    I’d get this, but I’d stick with Smart Prepaid…

  14. nrgacias says:

    mas mahal ang globe 2499 ang free sa note 2. http://www.globe.com.ph/galaxynote2

  15. schyla says:

    Lock-in period is probably 30 months (same as the GS III) which is why it’s cheaper than Globe’s.

  16. Migz
    Twitter: migzjvr2
    says:

    hmm ok to ah pero sa bilis ng palitan at upgrade ng mga smartphones ngaun prang mahirap magpatali sa plans.

  17. aleci says:

    Honestly hinde ko ramdam ang 1.5Gb/ month ng Smart. Kahit sa prepaid sa 50/day na internet hinde din. Unlike sa Globe with tattoo matuwa ka lang magsurf sa umaga ng kung anu anu buong araw mo sobrang bagal na up to the point na hinde na siya usable same with sa prepaid nila.

  18. creative says:

    wtf?!?! 1.5GB Smart is such a joker! hahaha GO GLOBE!!

  19. ray says:

    go globe? parang may data cap din kaya ung globe…haha they also have their own version of data cap eh,.

  20. Boy Pick Up says:

    GLOBE & SMART LTE ULTRA FAST INTERNET SURFING BUT WITH A CAP. WTF? Whats the use of the fast internet connection if you put a cap or limit to the use of the service. Its really more Greedy here in the Philippines.

  21. gears says:

    Sun postpaid plan of unlimited internet 1699 for galaxy S3 has no data cap.

  22. gears says:

    Sun postpaid plan of unlimited internet 1699 for galaxy S3 has no data cap. Last sept. (1st month of my usage), I consumed 40-50GB bandwidth.

  23. ichigo12 says:

    Used to do mobile internet through globe prepaid then i switched to smart postpaid. 4 to 5 times faster ang connection ng smart. I never experienced being capped though. May times na mabagal o mahirap magconnect usually afternoon to late evening. but there was a month i even used 12g. Sa globe may daily cap na 800mb. That i experienced. Ewan lang kung ganun din ang speed at capping sa globe postpaid

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