Smart unveils 5 GB LTE plan
(Smart) the country’s pioneer in LTE networks, makes the Philippines’ fastest wireless broadband service more affordable than ever as it unveils the new Smart LTE Broadband Plan 1299.
“Designed for netizens who want their occasional LTE fix, Smart LTE Broadband Plan 1299 gives even more Filipinos the opportunity to Live Faster and Live More,Similar to LTE Broadband Plans 3500 and 1749, Smart LTE Broadband Plan 1299 is capable of speeds of up to 42Mbps so you get the full LTE experience,” said Smart Broadband Internet and Data Services Head Lloyd Manaloto.
Backed by the country’s first and only 100% super-charged network, Smart’s LTE services can be enjoyed in more than 500 establishments in 10 cities across Metro Manila—many of which feature Smart LTE “sticker pins” in their respective storefronts.
The list of LTE hotspots includes popular public places such as malls, restaurants bars, clinics, salons, and other recreational areas. Smart LTE is also present in certain residential areas and in select areas in Boracay, Cebu, and Davao.As a special treat for early adopters, Smart LTE Broadband Plan 1299 can be used on an unlimited basis until January 31, 2013*. Subscribers also have the option to avail of a Pocket WiFi device for a one-time fee of just P2,000.
“With the Smart LTE Pocket WiFi, all of your devices can now run on the power of LTE,” said Manaloto.
The telco has just unveiled their most affordable LTE plan yet – the Smart LTE Broadband Plan 1299. This LTE plan slots nicely into the entry level end of the pricing spectrum as far as LTE is concerned, and users now have the option of picking out the right LTE plan for them. Just like Smart’s other LTE broadband plans (LTE Broadband Plans 3500 and 1749), Smart’s LTE Broadband Plan 1299 is (theoretically) capable of hitting speeds of up to 42Mbps. Users will be enjoying free data until Jan. 31 2013, and will be capped at 5 GB a month after that grace period ends. Subscribers also have the option to avail of a Pocket WiFi device for a one-time fee of just P2,000.