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February 20, 2012

Sun Cellular’s Omnibus Anti-Bill Shock Plans

Sun Cellular started the Anti-Bill Shock for data plans last October 2011 and this was followed by Smart and Globe later in January 2012. Sun has finally rounded up more plans to include SMS and voice plans.


The new one is for their SMS plans which offers 1,000 free text messages to other networks for only Php199 per month.

Additional SMS beyond the 1,000 allocation is charged Php1. However, once you reach 1350 SMS or more, Sun Cellular will only charge you a flat rate of only Php549.

To activate, just text “ABS199 ON” to 2199 or call *199#.

The other one is for their Mobile Landline plan which includes Sun Cellular Mobile postpaid service and a SunTel Wireless Landline service.

The Sun ABS Mobile Landline Plan 249 allows for unlimited calls to SunTel and Digitel landlines, unlimited calls to any landline network within your local area, and unlimited mobile calls and text to Sun numbers.

Combining all of their anti-bill shock plans will give you Php999 + Php549 + Php249 or a total of Php1,797. The only service that’s not really covered here is the one for unlimited inter-network calls.

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11 Responses to “Sun Cellular’s Omnibus Anti-Bill Shock Plans”

  1. benchmark says:

    Siguro narealize din ng sun na yung unlimited texting has a limit din…i mean a thousand text messages will be ok for a month. Well for me, yung hundred txt message nga hirap ako….a thousand pa kya, but I hope globes immortal would have more sms to other net….eh kasi naman, naglipatan na to other network ang mga friends ko, only few who stayed in globe…sad.

  2. Anonymous says:

    Sun Cellular DMPI PLDT data plan is a joke. 200kbps average speed, far from the 3600kbps burst speed they are advertising. Talk about truth in advertising, PANA. They should be sent to jail, these lying thieves. DTI and NTC, what are you waiting for? Someone to hand you a big, fat brown envelope? My goodness, the horror, the horror…

    • batman says:

      I hope you know the meaning of the word “burstable or up to.

    • Anonymous says:

      [quote]
      batman says:
      Tue, February 21 at 8:30 am

      I hope you know the meaning of the word “burstable or up to.
      [/quote]

      I hope you know the phrase, “playing the corporate whore”

      8-|

  3. asfg says:

    ^^^ fake post. Do not click!

  4. theSandies says:

    Additionla SMS beyond the 1,000 allocation is charged Php1. However, once you reach 1350 SMS or more, Sun Cellular will only charge you a flat rate of only Php549.

    typo error??? additionla??

    • James Yu Vea says:

      Not a typo. You weren’t reading! The plan starts at P199/month.

      1,000 = P199
      after exceeding 1000 SMS, it becomes P1 per SMS, so…
      1,150 = (199+150) P349
      after exceeding 1350, it becomes unlimited, so…
      1,350 = (199+350) P549

      Elementary, my dear Sandies.

    • Anonymous says:

      James Yu Vea : Look who’s talking! You’re the one who should go back to grade school, Mr. Elementary!

      ADHD much?

      [quote]
      James Yu Vea says:
      Tue, February 21 at 10:00 pm

      Not a typo. You weren’t reading! The plan starts at P199/month.

      1,000 = P199
      after exceeding 1000 SMS, it becomes P1 per SMS, so…
      1,150 = (199+150) P349
      after exceeding 1350, it becomes unlimited, so…
      1,350 = (199+350) P549

      Elementary, my dear Sandies.
      [/quote]

      [img]http://i43.tinypic.com/2lc03kw.png[/img]

      http://i43.tinypic.com/2lc03kw.png

    • Pusang Kulog says:

      He’s actually referring to the very word “Additionla” at the start of the third paragraph which should have been “Additional.”

      Glasses, my dear James?

  5. deomagbal says:

    @ James Yu Vea : ano pahinga ka noh? hahaha smartass!!

  6. ilubiu says:

    yugatech, I don’t get this part, I hope you can explain this further.

    “Combining all of their anti-bill shock plans will give you Php999 + Php549 + Php249 or a total of Php1,797. The only service that’s not really covered here is the one for unlimited inter-network calls.”

    From what plan is Php999? Or what does it cover? I understand that plan Php549 and Php249 cover 1350+ SMS to other networks, and unlimited calls to SunTel & Digitel (nationwide, I assume) plus unlimited mobile call and text to Sun subscribers, respectively. Is there any info I missed here? Thanks

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