PLDT Home Biz intros new Asenso Fiber Plans

PLDT Home Biz intros new Asenso Fiber Plans

PLDT Home Biz has announced its new Asenso Fiber Plans to help the small business ecosystem in the country transition to digital and thrive during the pandemic.

The PLDT Home Biz Asenso Fiber Plans come at different speeds and prices, from Plan 1599 with up to 35 Mbps to Plan 499 with up to 350 Mbps. It also comes with inclusions and e-commerce partner solutions to help them run their businesses. This includes learning about business trends, implementing cashless transactions, access to a network of other business owners, and logistics.

• Asenso Fiber Plan 1599 – up to 35 Mbps
• Asenso Fiber Plan 2099 – up to 60 Mbps

Business owners with existing PLDT Home and Home Biz subscriptions that would need more speeds for their business may also opt to upgrade to these new plans:


• Asenso Fiber Plan 1999 – up to 55 Mbps
• Asenso Fiber Plan 2699 – up to 110 Mbps
• Asenso Fiber Plan 2999 – up to 130 Mbps
• Asenso Fiber Plan 3999 – up to 230 Mbps
• Asenso Fiber Plan 4999 – up to 350 Mbps

~ Unlimited calls to any PLDT Landline, Smart, and TNT
~ FREE backup internet

E-commerce partner solutions:
~ Free access to the e-commerce solutions such as payment solutions with PayMaya, building your online store with UnionBank GlobalLinker and DTI Virtual Expo, getting delivery partners such as SoShop! by LBC, and Grab Madiskarteng Boss Club and setting up a chat commerce for your biz with Sqanly.

“Nation-building starts with a strong economy to which everyone benefits with opportunities to live and earn better. We can surely create more entrepreneurs by helping them win in their pursuit. That is the core goal of PLDT Home Biz – to build successful businesses, one entrepreneur at a time. With our Asenso Fiber Plans, we aim to help entrepreneurs establish a strong foundation to help them succeed,” said Patrick Tang, Vice President and Head of PLDT Home Biz.

Click this link to know more about PLDT Home Biz Asenso Fiber Plans.

This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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