So here’s a unique way how Sun Broadband guarantees that you won’t get that “bill shock” at the end of every payment period with your telco. Start will a low and affordable price then charge a minimal add-on cost for every excess hours of usage and then put a ceiling fee to it.
The proposition looks enticing, especially for those who are on a budget.
Here’s how they’re doing it:
1) Subscribe to Sun Broadband Plan 350. That’s 35 hours per month for Php350.
2) When you exceed the allocated 35 hours, you get charged Php10 per additional hours.
3) Once you exceed the additional 55 hours, your bill stops at Php900.
Technically, once you reach 90 hours Sun will automatically switch you to an Unlimited Plan for Php900. The following month, you go back to paying Php350 again, unless of course you exceed the time allocation.
Sounds good right? I hope Globe and Smart follows the same billing principle for postpaid plans, especially when you use their Php10/30mins or Php5/15mins charging rate.