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August 31, 2014

Sun Cellular now offers LTE with 4GB at Plan 999

We just discovered an LTE service to be offered by Sun Cellular along with a postpaid plan and LTE devices. Starting with LTE Plan 999, the service comes with either an LTE stick or LTE pocket WiFi.


The LTE USB modem comes with a cash-out of Php2,800 for a 12-month contract. The LTE Pocket WiFi has a cash-out of Php1,500 but with shorter 12-month contract.

If you don’t want any holding period, the cash-out is Php4,500 for the pocket WiFi and Php3,500 for the USB modem.

There’s a SIM only Plan 999 with no cash-out and just 3 months lock-in.

All Sun Cellular LTE plans come with a 4GB bandwidth allocation.

20 Responses to “Sun Cellular now offers LTE with 4GB at Plan 999”

  1. Name: says:

    I think theres a typo for the contract of the usb plan

  2. Earl Co
    Twitter: earljosephco

    looks like it is^^^.

    is that an Huawei E5372?

  3. Earl Co
    Twitter: earljosephco

    looks like it is^^^.

    is that an E5372?

  4. wanna_bee_jo says:

    Location of LTE towers?
    Entire Phil?

  5. easy e says:

    I guess SUN is just riding on Smart’s LTE facilities that is why it has a data cap but the good thing is it will have the same coverage as Smart. Sana lang wag nang tanggalin ang true unlimited internet on 3G. Saka sana may Windows phone na sa mga free phones hehe

  6. Manny says:

    It looks like they have switched the pictures based the descriptions below it. The USB modem be the thin one, the wider one should be the pocket wifi.

  7. Dong says:

    Noob question po. Yung 4GB bandwidth allocation is daily or monthly? Thanks in advance. :)

  8. Gadgeteer says:

    of the 3 telcos, sun has the slowest internet connection and if you check your IP it is connected to smart network, regulated to a specific speed.

    • Mr A
      Twitter: solidad

      Which is fine. You are limited to around 2Mbps anyway as per indicated on their site. I am on a Sun Broadband postpaid and I get roughly that from Ortigas to Cainta area.

  9. jake says:

    Para malinaw. Daily ba yang 4gb or montly?

  10. Grim says:

    4GB bandwidth allocation? That’s not even half a day’s worth of data.

  11. javi says:

    im ok with my unlimited 799 plan (3g/3.5g). would you know if sun can provide a nano sim since they now have a lte plan?

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