SKY Fiber upgrades internet speeds, same prices

SKY Fiber upgrades internet speeds, same prices




SKY Fiber rolls out its new Super Speed Plans, offering upgraded internet speeds at the same prices.

Check out the updated SKY Fiber plan offers below.

SKY Fiber Unli Broadband Plans

• Up to 20Mbps (from 10Mbps) – PHP 999/month
• Up to 40Mbps (from 25Mbps) – PHP 1,499/month
• Up to 80Mbps (from 50Mbps) – PHP 1,999/month
• Up to 120Mbps (from 75Mbps) – PHP 2,499/month
• Up to 200Mbps (from 150Mbps) – PHP 3,499/month

The SKY Fiber Unli Broadband Plan comes with a High-Speed Modem. It has an initial cashout installation fee of PHP 1,000.

SKY Fiber Unli Broadband + Home WiFi Plans


 

• Up to 60Mbps (from 30Mbps) – PHP 1,799/month (Available in Metro Manila, Cavite, Laguna, Cebu, and Davao)
• Up to 120Mbps (from 60Mbps) – PHP 2,799/month (Available in Metro Manila, Cavite, Laguna, Cebu, and Davao)
• Up to 180Mbps (from 120Mbps) – PHP 3,799/month (Available in Metro Manila, Cebu, and Davao)

The SKY Fiber Unli Broadband + Home WiFi Plan comes with High-Speed Modem and a TP-Link WiFi Mesh. It also comes with a free SKY TechXperts Service. Moreover, it has an initial cashout installation fee of PHP 1,000.

SKY Fiber Unli Broadband + HD Cable TV Plans

• Up to 10Mbps (from 10Mbps) – PHP 999/month (with 10 HD, 39 SD Channels)
• Up to 30Mbps (from 15Mbps) – PHP 1,599/month (with 10 HD, 39 SD Channels)
• Up to 60Mbps (from 30Mbps) – PHP 1,999/month (with 10 HD, 39 SD Channels)
• Up to 120Mbps (from 60Mbps) – PHP 2,999/month (with 15 HD, 52 SD Channels)

The SKY Fiber Unli Broadband + HD Cable TV Plan comes with a High-Speed Modem and a SKY Evo Digibox. It has an initial cashout installation fee of PHP 2,000. Do note that the Initial cashout in fiber-to-the-home condominiums is PHP 2,500. Available channels may vary per regional area.

The leveled-up SKY Fiber Super Speed plans are now available in Metro Manila, Bulacan, Rizal, Cavite, Laguna, Batangas, Cebu, Dumaguete, Bacolod, Iloilo, and Davao. While Baguio, Gensan, and Zamboanga can get up to 80Mbps.

You may visit the official SKY website for more information.



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3 Responses

  1. mon says:

    calling their brand “fiber” is very misleading and purely marketing in terms of infreustructure their internet is ran through their cable network, a cable type ISP is the lowest in terms of tiers of internet because unlike DSL or XDSL or whatever the new standard is called for those dsl based ISP when you have a connection through dsl the connection routes directly to the ISP or goes to the isp per line connection. compared to cable based connection which is what sky uses it uses an ad-hoc like system so imagine a pipe it goes one way then suddenly the pipe splits to 7 different direction this way you get a bottle neck unlike when you have an ISP that uses pure fiber or dsl tech the ‘pipe’ goes from ISP to YOU this is why people who are on sky have ‘peak houres speeds’ if you talk to anyone on sky internet, this is because of the ad-hoc nature of cable internet.

    • Justin says:

      Yes, it is really deceiving. Their infrastructure for residential access service distribution is not full “fiber”, they use COAXIAL (DOCSIS). They may use fiber optic for long backhaul from CO to the area of distribution.

      It is very easy for the common people to be deceived by reading from the flyers “Fiber”, in customer’s mind they might think that this is really a fiber connection (fiber-to-the-home), but in reality it is just a coaxial (copper) going to the customer’s premise.

      IMHO, they should stop from branding themselves as “fiber”, where in fact only a few of residential areas has FTTH deployments by Sky, maybe a few condo where a fiber patch panels were installed and cable ducts using fiber optic cable going to the units.

      DOCSIS (coaxial) connection is prone to congestion, it kinda resembles into a water pipe effect. In a DOCSIS infrastructure, a coaxial splitter is installed to extend the ports and its easily done. It is also prone to signal noise which is the result of oversplitting, Yikes!

  2. Fyi says:

    Even with 80mb down and 15mb up there is still a problem with latency. Apparently Sky has no idea what size the buffer needs to be to reduce lag. They could invest in better modems that have SQM (smart queue management) that would eliminate the buffer bloat problem but pretty sure that ain’t happening. Most speed test sites only measure ping at the start of the test but DSLreports measures your latency under load to see if it increases while downloading and uploading. I get grades of F and D usually due to increased latency under load.

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