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Globe, PLDT, Converge, SKY: Unli Fiber Internet Plans Compared (2022)

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Internet providers in the Philippines have been upgrading their unlimited fiber internet plans in response to growing competition and to satisfy the demand of subscribers. It makes you wonder, how do these plans compare nowadays, and which one should you get or upgrade to? Check out the comparison of fiber plans between Globe, PLDT, Converge, and SKY.

Isp Ph • Globe, Pldt, Converge, Sky: Unli Fiber Internet Plans Compared (2022)

Author’s notes:

The information posted below reflects the information posted on Globe, PLDT, Converge, and SKY’s websites at the time of writing.

We have updated this article on February 1, 2022, to reflect the new broadband plans from Globe and SKY.

Globe’s plans marked with ‘PROMO’ are only available until January 31, 2022, according to their website. There’s no word yet if Globe will adjust or extend the promo. We’ll update this post if they make changes to their website.

SKY has recently introduced new plans which will be implemented on February 1, 2022. Some of the plans seem redundant with older plans listed on their website, so we’ll also keep an eye on this if they make changes.

PLANGLOBEPLDTCONVERGESKY
99920 Mbps w/ WiFi mesh (1 pc)
129930 Mbps w/ WiFi mesh (1 pcs)
150050 Mbps (Fiber X)
159950 Mbps w/ Free + 50 Mbps Speed Boost for 3 months
169950 Mbps w/ landline75 Mbps w/ WiFi Mesh (2 pcs) free Speed Boost until April 30, 2022
2000• 200 Mbps-day / 100 Mbps-night (ToD: Day)
•100 Mbps-day / 200 Mbps-night (ToD: Night)
2099150 Mbps w/ landline100 Mbps w/ landline
2299150 Mbps w/ WiFi Mesh (2 pcs) free Speed Boost until April 30, 2022
2500300 Mbps (Fiber X)
2699300 Mbps w/ landline300 Mbps w/ landline
2799200 Mbps w/ WiFi Mesh (2 pcs) free Speed Boost until April 30, 2022
3000• 600 Mbps-day / 300 Mbps-night (ToD: Day)
• 300 Mbps-day / 600 Mbps-night (ToD: Night)
3499200 Mbps w/ WiFi Mesh (2 pcs)
3500800 Mbps (Fiber X)
3799600 Mbps w/ landline
4999500 Mbps w/ landline
94991000 Mbps w/ landline
1000 Mbps (Price upon request)

Most affordable

If you’re on a budget and want the most affordable fiber plan available, SKY Fiber is the best choice right now. The Plan 999 gives you 20 Mbps and comes with a WiFi mesh and access to more than 160 online games via AirConsole Hero. There’s also have the 30 Mbps plan for 1,299 if you have a bigger budget for the extra 10 Mbps.  These are enough for those with light needs such as online classes or remote work. This is also a decent speed if you want to stream movies and series from Netflix or videos YouTube. SKY also has unli fiber plans bundled with HD cable TV plans, but for this comparison, we’ll focus on their internet-only plans which can provide the most speeds.

Most affordable 50 Mbps

If you want fast speeds without breaking the bank, you can go for at least 50 Mbps. The most affordable you can get is Converge’s 50 Mbps plan for 1,500. Globe’s new offering gives you 50 Mbps for 1,599, plus 50 Mbps speed boost for the first 3 months, but at that price, you can also get Converge’s 60 Mbps plan.

Most affordable 100 Mbps plan

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Those with heavier demands like downloading and 4K streaming, can opt for at least 100 Mbps. The most affordable you can get is Globe’s Plan 2099 with 150 Mbps. As an alternative, PLDT also has a similar plan but only 100 Mbps.

Most affordable 200 Mbps plan

Converge offers the most affordable 200 Mbps plan with their Time of Day plans. However, it’s not a fixed speed. If you go for the daytime option, you’ll get 200 Mbps during the day then 100 Mbps at night. The reverse happens when you go for the nighttime option. This is good for those who know when they’ll be needing the faster connection the most.

Most affordable 300 Mbps plan

Converge offers the most affordable 300 Mbps plan at PHP 2,500 per month after they rolled out their upgraded speeds. Coming in close are Globe and PLDT for PHP 2,699 per month with a free landline.

Best plan above 500 Mbps

If you’re willing to spend PHP 3,500 per month for an unli fiber connection, I suggest getting Converge’s Plan 3,500 as this will already give you 800 Mbps, which is the company’s fastest offering to date. If budget is a concern, you can go for their Time of Day plan 3000 to get 600 Mbps during daytime and 300 Mbps during nighttime, or vice versa.

PLDT’s Plan 3799 will give you 600 Mbps with a free landline, while Globe’s Plan 4999 will give you 500 Mbps with a free landline.

1000 Mbps plan?

Only two ISPs offer this speed. There’s Globe under its Plan 9499, and PLDT. The latter didn’t disclose its price but will provide it upon request of the potential subscriber.

And there you have it. Which unli fiber plan do you think gives you the most bang for your buck? Let us know in the comments below.

 

 

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woowoo
woowoo
2 months ago

PLDT is good here but the problem is the slot and they wont install if theres no other person in your area wil buy as well

Joiko
Joiko
3 months ago

In terms of 50mbps. Yes, go to Converge. But in terms of reliability. Globe Fiber is the best. Aanhin mo ang murang internet kung teka teka nmn. Special in the whole NCR

G
G
3 months ago

PLDT selling “upgraded” speeds but won’t implement it for all subscribers, even if their FAQs state that all existing subscribers will be upgraded. I’ve constantly asked then since late last year and the only answer they gave was that there are no existing ports/old copper cables. I would assume that if they are offering this then they would upgrade infrastructure. But I dont think they’re willing to spend for that. I’m on PLAN 2099 but only still getting 50mbps.

G
G
3 months ago

PLDT upgraded their speeds but won’t implement it for all subscribers, even if their FAQs state that all existing subscribers will be upgraded. I’ve constantly asked then since late last year ( and the only answer they gave was that there are no existing ports/old copper cables). I would assume that if they are offering this then they would upgrade infrastructure. But I dont think they’re willing to spend for that.

ena
ena
3 months ago

Which of these offer the most reliable connection?

Neil
Neil
3 months ago

Bakit wala sa converge yun 1599 na 60mbps?

SherrylynSD
SherrylynSD
3 months ago

Is this for real? Globe is charging me Php 2299 + landline NDD for a max speed of 50 mbps only, while Sky at Php 1999 for the same speed which we barely use as we only get to use them for back up. ?. Globe would even call me all the time for an upgrade (which means higher payment). Customer Service is also terrible.

Mike
Mike
3 months ago

For real, I love the service of globe in my area but the only issue is their Customer service. You ni longer have an option to reach them via phone call. Sad to say I need to leave them now. ?

Chris
Chris
3 months ago

150mbps of sky is at plan 1,999 broadband only. Looks like outdated research niyo.

Ramoncito Mendoza
Ramoncito Mendoza
3 months ago

Do a Reliable Service comparison.

Pia Yy
Pia Yy
Reply to  Ramoncito Mendoza
3 months ago

Soooooo agree! Been wanting to switch to a different provider but scared of poor(er)? reliability

Jon
Jon
3 months ago

Plan 2699 – 300Mbps of Globe is a steal – but it’s obviously a plan to make sure their average internet speeds will increase. They made it look irresistible to people… like that large drink because you just add a few hundreds. It’s what most people will get. I just don’t like that they didn’t change the 4999 plan… it’s out of place right now.
Make that 500Mbps plan 3499 and it’s golden.

Mika
Mika
3 months ago

Globe prices are the worst here. If only I can port my landline to PLDT.. it’s too much hassle to update contact details everywhere.

Andrew
Andrew
3 months ago

What is wrong with Globe?? There’s no 3k PHP range plan. And who would pay 4699 for the 500 MBPS plan? LOL. They hate the upper middle subscribers so much.

Dim
Dim
3 months ago

Data for Globe is no longer updated. Globe just updated their plan offerings this midnight.

b1twise
b1twise
3 months ago

Upload speeds are missing, which are important with the current WFH situation. It would also be nice to have transfer caps–Sky has them for sure. I would also consider Smart’s 5G router in this list as well. It didn’t perform as well for you as it did for me–I see a solid 300 down and 80 up. Did PLDT take it’s 10G connections live in December as announced?

Mike
Mike
Reply to  b1twise
3 months ago

Very true ?

Kevin
Kevin
Reply to  b1twise
3 months ago

This super important, what sky isn’t telling you is there connection isn’t really fiber or fully fiber and even if your download speed is at 200mbps, your upload usually sits at 20mbps or less.

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