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Galaxy Note 3 free on Smart UnliData 2000, All-In Plan 2500




Smart has already released their postpaid offerings for the recently launched Samsung Galaxy Note 3, offering it free under their UnliData and All-In Plans.

note 3_launch

The Galaxy Note 3 is free under Smart’s UnliData Plan 2000 with 30 months lock-in and free under All-In Plan 2500. If you want to go for a lower plan you can also get the Note 3 under All-In Plan 1800 plus Php199 per month for 24 months or get it under UnliData Plan 999 plus Php1,000 per month for 24 months.

note 3_rear_launch

Samsung Galaxy Note 3 SM-N9005 specs:
5.68-inch full HD Super AMOLED display @ 1920×1080 pixels, 388ppi
Qualcomm MSM8974 Snapdragon 800 2.265GHz quad-core
Adreno 330 Graphics
3GB RAM
32GB, 64GB internal storage
up to 64GB via microSD card
LTE Category 4 150Mbps
WiFi 802.11ac
Bluetooth 4.0
NFC
IR Blaster
GPS w/ aGPS support, GLONASS
13MP rear camera, BSI sensor
1080p @ 60fps
1.9MP front-facing camera
1080p video @ 30fps
3200mAh Li-Ion battery
8.3mm thin
168 grams
Android 4.3 Jellybean
Classic White and Jet Black

For more details about Smart’s postpaid plans for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 please visit their webpage here.



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

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27 Responses

  1. motty says:

    mura na ung 1800 plus cashout :)

  2. thecorrescode says:

    Sayang specs kung LTE speed lang sa Pinas paguusapan…

    • abuzalzal says:

      Edi wag kang bumili! May LTE man o wala dito sa ‘Pinas, bibili pa rin ako nito no matter what happens. Puro ka arte kang Linux fanboy ka!

      Naalala ko dati na sinabi mo na walang viruses sa Linux…bobo! Walang OS na hindi tinatablan ng virus!

      At sa mga haters ko dyan, mamatay kayo sa inggit! Ako magkakaroon nito , kayo hindi kaya mga putang ina nyong lahat!

    • bobding says:

      I wonder bakit yung ganitong comment eh inaaccept ng yugatech pero yung mga katotohanan na walang kwentang author si freking eh hindi tinatanggap.

      Ganito naba talaga kasikat si abusalsal, para agaw eksena at mas sumikat ang yugatech? O taga yugatech lang din talaga to? Hahahaha. Just saying.

    • mark says:

      @abuzalzal

      Boploks, napaka bobo mo. yung android linux based operating system.

      Tanga lang sir?

    • abuzalzal says:

      @mark
      Oo, alam ko na linux-based ang Android. Ang sa akin lang, kaya ko sinabi kay @thecorrescode na “walang OS na hindi tinatablan ng virus” kasi todo suggest siya sa mga users dito sa yugatech na lumipat sila from Windows to Linux kung gusto nila ng OS na “walang virus”. To the maximum level kasi ang pagiging Linux fanboy ni @thecorrescode to the point na todo ang claim nya na “Linux is virus-free”.

      At least ako, ina-admit ko na nagkaka-virus din ang Android which is Linux-based eh sya hindi nya ma-admit na meron ding virus sa Linux kasi nga isa siyang fucking blind na Linux fanboy.

      Hay naku.

    • thecorrescode says:

      When did I mention that? I would appreciate if you can provide a link.

    • abuzalzal says:

      @thecorrescode
      Here you go:
      http://www.yugatech.com/microsoft/microsoft-announces-end-of-support-for-windows-xp/comment-page-1/#comment-588802

      thecorrescode says:
      April 11, 2013 at 1:29 pm

      “Why go for Windows 7 Starter na may limited number of application lang na pede i-run, whereas mayroon namang FREE na available like Ubuntu. Virus free pa…”

      Come on! There’s no such thing as app limit in Windows 7 Starter anymore…only previous versions of Windows have a app limit.

      Sure, Ubuntu is a nice alternative to Windows but claiming that it is “Virus-free”?

      Come on, I didn’t know you were really a comedian!

    • thecorrescode says:

      Why go for Windows 7 Starter na may limited number of application lang na pede i-run, whereas mayroon namang FREE na available like Ubuntu. Virus free pa…

      Kung yan tinutukoy mo, alin dian sinasabi ko na hindi tinatablan ng virus ang Linux? At saan ko din diyan sinabi na Linux is virus-free. All I am telling is that there is an option to install virus-free distro like Ubuntu. Kung di mo pa rin gets, ibig sabihin you can install Ubuntu na walang kasamang virus.

      Kailangan mo ata bumalik sa elementary para maturuan ng basic sentence analogy.

    • abuzalzal says:

      Sus, palusot ka lang, dre.
      Ang sabihin mo hindi mo matanggap na kahit Ubuntu (which is a distro of Linux) ay pwede ring magka-virus!

      Yan kasi ang problema sa inyong mga Ubuntu fanboys…sa sobrang pagka-obsessed nyo dyan, naiisip nyo to the point na “Ubuntu is Virus-free”. Kahit gaano pa ka-secure ang Linux-based OSs, may mga taong makakahanap at makakahap ng paraan para makagawa ng malware para diyan. You guys are not exempted!

      At sinong tanga naman mag-da-download ng Ubuntu na may kasamang virus, hello?! Kung sinasabi mo na “you can install Ubuntu na walang kasamang virus”, mali ang paggamit mo ng term na “Virus-free”. At isa pa, parang pinapalabas mo na may virus kahit ang Legit na Installer ng Windows 7…flawgic much?!

      Haha, grabe saang kweba ka ba nakatira at hindi mo alam na wala nang app limitation sa Starter Version ng Windows 7, LMFAO!!!

    • abuzalzal says:

      At isa pa, hindi po “sentence analogy” ang tawag doon sa term, “context” po ang tamang term, iho.

    • drone says:

      lol dude LTE is LTE. The LTE we have here is basically the same with the other countries. Nagkakatalo lang sa signal strength and coverage. (Well, what we have is not the real LTE, but is 4G, and is called 4G/LTe. There’s a difference. AFAIK, the real and first LTE is currently being rolled out in South Korea).

  3. Max says:

    walang kasamang gear? I thought note 3 plus gear sa pre-order page?

    • dorky says:

      Very dissapointed! And ni hindi nga din nila pinansin yung mga nag pre order eh.

    • Nato says:

      pag may kasamang galaxy gear daw +14k… that’s too much for a “not so essential” watch diba? I got the all in plan 1800 +4776 cash out, sulit na gun, kesa sa all in 2500. I also preordered then recieved the email telling that note 3 is available yesterday, but all of the customer service are “clueless” on this, this morning lang sila siguro nasabihan.

  4. LTE Rates says:

    The SMART Unlidata Plan 2000 comes only with 3G connection; you have to pay extra P995 on top of this plan to enjoy unlimited LTE connection for 30 days.

    For SMART LTE Plan 2000, you get 1.5 GB of data every month only; if you exceed this limit, you have to pay extra.

    For SMART All-In Plan 2500, you can choose the P995 Internet Browsing bundle (no need to pay extra) to enjoy unlimited LTE connection.

    • thecorrescode says:

      Mas mahal pa sa Vodafone Australia. For 50AUD or Php2018.06, you get 1GB of data plus additional 1000 worth of credits. Yung credits na yun pede mo ipambili nang additional data, call or text. And the best of it, speed is on the average of 10MBPS (at hindi pa LTE yun).

      Sa Pilipinas, tiba-tiba talaga mga telcos.

    • thecorrescode says:

      Non-LTE phone gamit ko, but yung isang office mate ko gamit niya is LTE Phone, pumapalo yung speed nang mahigit 45MBPS. Take note, no special sim just for LTE.

    • mac says:

      @ Sir LTE:

      Is the P995 Internet Browsing bundle unlimited LTE connection available for All-In plan 1800 or 1200?

  5. johnster says:

    hmmmm prang nice ang design, prang pinalaki na SII.. mapalitan nga SII ko.

    • wew says:

      @johnster tama mukhang pinalaking sII,isa lang naman ung ayaw magpatalo sa opinion natin eh c @milhouse lang hahaha

  6. How I wish may mag regalo sakin ng ganitong cellphone ngayong pasko!
    By the way, just dropping here in your blog sir Yuga!
    -GOD BLESS you always!

  7. jeje says:

    Ang tagal maglabas ng globe! Mukang pinapaubos muna ang note2! Ang corny!

  8. Edwin says:

    Yey! Bought 1 sa SM aura.. :) I love it… :))

  9. Lezure2010 says:

    How big of a Monthly salary would you need to be able to avail of the all-in plan 2500 Galaxy note 3? Would anyone know?

    I’m sure highly paid people will be able to get this without problems but most of the population probably can’t.

    • XTN says:

      Well, based on Sun’s credit limits if I remember correcty. You need at least 18k to avail a Plan worth 999 so maybe its safe to assume above 27k?

  10. Smokescreen says:

    Usually Globe offers a cheaper deal.

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