Sun Broadband Wireless Goes Prepaid
Monday, March 23, 2009
Captain's Log Stardate -314222.08
Sun Cellular has finally introduced a prepaid version of their Wireless Broadband. The prepaid kit comes with an HSDPA modem (probably a Huawei E160 based on the poster) and 5 hours worth of browsing time.
Sun also introduced a unique pricing scheme for their wireless prepaid broadband. Sun's normal rate is P10 per 30 minutes. But unlike Globe and Smart who force you to consume your entire 15 or 30 minute block completely, Sun Cellular gives their subscribers the option to consume their 30 minutes within 2 hours. You can reconnect as many times within 2 hours as long as you completely consume your 30 minutes. Perfect for those people who're on the go and only need to peek inside their email once in a while.
There's also 2 other packages namely SBW 100 and SBW 300.
SBW 100 (Php100) has 6 hours worth of internet and valid is valid for 2 days (translates to P8.33 per 30mins). SBW 300 (Php300) has 24 hours worth of internet and is valid for 5 days (translates to P6.25 per 30mins).
Sun Broadband Wireless claims to have burst speeds of upto 2Mbps in Metro Manila and other selected areas within the Philippines.
*Computer end log*
Labels: gadgets, hardware, internet, mobile
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