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Sun Broadband unveils
new postpaid plan

Sun Broadband have unveiled its most affordable postpaid offering and posts it for as low was P250 per month, a press release from the telco said.

Branded as the Sun Broadband Plan 250, this new service offers 35 hours of internet per month.

Ricky Peña, Senior Vice President of Sun Cellular for Broadband, Postpaid, New Business and Marketing Services, said this is a very good choice for a start-up broadband postpaid kit, especially for those who look for a consistent, fast and reliable broadband service without the worries of sky-high monthly service charges.

The new broadband plan also incorporates a special flexibility feature that allows users to load their accounts with any of the Sun Broadband Prepaid load variants once the standard 35-hour allocation has been consumed for the month.

 Among the well-loved Sun Broadband prepaid loads are those for unlimited surfing which are posted at P50 for one day and best-value at P100 for three days, the press release said.

In time for this new offering and for its upcoming product launches this year, Sun Broadband has announced the near completion of its nationwide 3G network expansion program for the year.

 After achieving a robust growth in the subscribers and service revenues for the first half of this year, Peña said that the network is even more determined to intensify its current nationwide presence.

With more cell sites rolled out and optimized synergies with its parent company, Sun Broadband was able to expand further to almost 400 new 3G areas outside the National Capital Region, along various provinces of Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao and close to 50 new 3G sites have also been activated in the NCR, the press release said.

Sun Broadband is powered by Sun Cellular, a member of the PLDT Group, the press release said.*


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