Internet providers in the Philippines with 100 Mbps plans
Tired of your basic internet connection and want to upgrade to something that is blazing fast? Then you should go for internet plans that have speeds of at least 100 Mbps. If you’re wondering which internet service provider can offer that kind of connection, here are a few. Here are the internet providers in the Philippines with 100 Mbps plans.
PLDT’s 100 Mbps offering falls under their Fibr Plan 2899. It has unlimited data and comes with a free modem. However, it is actually a 50 Mbps connection that is doubled for the first 6 months only. This means that the speed reverts to 50 Mbps starting on the 7th month. The promo is available to new Home Fibr subscribers only.
Globe has a 100 Mbps unlimited Fiber connection under their Broadband Plan 2899. Subscribers have an option to go for a “No Lock-Up!” subscription with a one-time modem fee of Plan 2899 + P2,500 (DSL) or P4,500 (vDSL/Fiber), or “24 Months Lock-Up” with an installation fee of Plan 2899 + P1,000 (payable in 3 months, charged to bill). In addition, Globe also has a 100 Mbps with 1TB data for Php2,499 per month, 200 Mbps with 1.5TB data for Php4,499 per month, 500 Mbps with 3TB data for Php6,999 per month, and 1Gbps with 6TB data for Php9,499 per month.
Converge ICT also has a 100 Mbps plan under the FiberX 3500. It has unlimited volume allowance with a lock-in period of 24 months. An installation free of Php2,500 is required.
Skycable offers 100 Mbps internet under two different plans. One is Unlimited a Php3,899 MSF with unlimited data, free Sky On Demand service, and Php999 cashout. The other one is Consumable with Php2,899 MSF but with 300GB data allowance, free Sky On Demand service, and a Php3,898 cash-out.
Another cable internet provider with a 100 Mbps connection is Planet Cable. However, their offerings are way more expensive at Php12,000 a month. They also offer a 100 Mbps connection to businesses with their FTTX (Fiber-to-the-Office) plans for Php20,000 a month with free Cable TV subscription.
PT&T offers residential plans, however, it maxes out at 15 Mbps. Their 100 Mbps offering is reserved for businesses. The company didn’t disclose how much but it starts at Php1,899 for the 2Mbps connection.
Eastern Communications have their Fiber1 services, but for Corporate and SOHO (Small Office and Home Office) customers. They offer shared burstable bandwidth from 10 Mbps to 100Mbps and Shared Connection up to 100Mbps to the Internet via Eastern Communications Internet Exchange.
Rise offers high-speed internet, but for the enterprise. They offer up to 150 Mbps internet for large businesses for USD 3,800 per month. Customers may also opt for a custom plan with 175+ Mbps connection. It has 100% Committed Information Rate (CIR) and unlimited data.
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