Smart rolled out ne SmartBro LTE plans recently. Subscribers can now avail of an LTE plan without a contract. No “lock in” means subscribers are free to terminate their postpaid plan anytime they want. SmartBro no-lock in LTE plans are Plan 999 and Plan 599. Under no
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In the press briefing of Smart Prepaid LTE on August 16, 2013 at the Jump Center, Jose Roste of the Public Affairs Group mentioned that they are already testing the ultra speed LTE-A with the Huawei Engineers. The current LTE speed in the Philippines is up to
The LTE saga continues at Smart Communications today launches LTE Prepaid! But LTE was first offered to Postpaid subscribers then. Today, the “tingi” market starts to enjoy the super fast Internet offered by LTE! For as low as P350 for SIM-only kit, anyone can enjoy an LTE
One day after Apple rolled out the iOS 6.1 update enabling LTE on iPhone 5, telcos were flooded with different questions like data capping, availability to other LTE phones and a lot more. Today, Smart hold a press conference to allow media and bloggers shoot questions about
Smart LTE will go full blast with the addition of the LTE Pocket Wi-fi. Compared to the USB dongle introduced in the Beta testing of LTE, the Pocket Wi-fi allows you to connect not only your laptop, but you can max it to up to 10 devices.
Officially, it is now up and running! We made a quick speed test at the Resorts World Manila and we got an average of 50Mbps speed! Impressive! Before you hook up yourself with the superfast internet service of Smart, check the initial areas where LTE can be
Wireless leader Smart Communications will upgrade its entire mobile phone network to “LTE-ready” status by as early as mid-2012, company officials said Friday. LTE is shorthand for the most advanced fourth generation (4G) wireless technology called Long Term Evolution which is capable of speeds of 100 Mbps
Few were chosen. And we were one of the 150 beta testers of the Smart’s LTE or the Long Term Evolution, the newest technology that will be offered by Smart Communications to the public by next year. It promises up to 42Mpbs download speed. Yes, a 42Mbps!