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April 22, 2014

Smart Bro launches ‘no lock-in’ LTE postpaid plans

Smart Bro recently launched the country’s first LTE postpaid plans with no lock-in period – LTE Plan 999 and LTE Plan 599.

The LTE Plan 999 comes with 3GB of data allocation every month, while LTE Plan 599 has 1.5GB per month. Both are available through a SIM-only subscription.

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Interested subscribers can get the new LTE plan offers in two ways:

• No lock-in subscription but with a one-time fee of Php3,500 for an LTE Plug-It or Php4,500 for an LTE Pocket WiFi device.

• 24-month lock-in period that comes with either a free LTE Plug-It or an LTE Pocket WiFi device for a Php1,500 one-time fee upon sign-up.

“Smart Bro is making it easier and more affordable than ever for subscribers to experience the ultrafast LTE speeds from the leader in mobile. Whether they use a laptop, a tablet, or other mobile devices, users now have the widest options to choose how they want to experience the best mobile broadband experience from the country’s largest broadband network.” – Michele Curran, Data and International Services Head at Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart).

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52 Responses to “Smart Bro launches ‘no lock-in’ LTE postpaid plans”

  1. cherry says:

    What? 3GB? Tanga na mg aavail nyan… Wla png isang araw ubos n yan eh, kya tau inaabuso ng mga network providers kagat lng kayo ng kagat sa ganyan. Its not money wise, my opinion. Kung milyonaryo ka okay yan, but for ordinary persons like us its not acceptable.

  2. Mir says:

    that is why I am staying at H+ network at globe since somewhat I am not affected by the FUP. I can even use a whole 20GB a day :)

  3. John says:

    Mir says:
    April 28, 2014 at 9:34 pm
    that is why I am staying at H+ network at globe since somewhat I am not affected by the FUP. I can even use a whole 20GB a day :)

    OFF COURSE NOT! GLOBE CAPS YOU when you exceed 2GB a day, I should know Im using globe. But switching soon.

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