Comparing Globe Tattoo, SmartBro and Sun Broadband Wireless

Sunday, November 29, 2009

From Tonycruz website link follows below.    More and more Filipinos have again gone wireless to connect to the internet. Recently, the three major wireless telcos have pushed down the cost of their wireless broadband modems or dongles to as low as P888 in a common effort to outsell competitors. The competition has gone so fierce that rivals Smart and Globe have come out with ads claiming their respective wireless broadband service is faster. Curiously, both did not include Sun in their ads.  Read an up to date review of the three services, speeds, cost comparison at this bloggers site  (although he did not include the new P2000 unlimited plan from Globe and Globe & Smart offer of P20 a day for surfing  certain social sites or the new unlimited Blackberry surfing from SMART daily rate or the SMART BRO Share it at P999 a month. )   Read his comparisons and excellent chart  here  but you will have to highlight the site as its hard to read in brown
The blogger writes Globe and Smart are apparently still stingy in offering and approving applications for postpaid Globe Tattoo and SmartBro accounts. Sun Cellular has taken advantage of this by offering the widest choices for postpaid subscribers.
And he also says, But SUN has made available an Easy Broadband 799 Plan which requires only the submission of one ID and the advanced payment of two monthly service fees, and without any contract. Those already with a modem or dongle can also avail of the SBW 799 SIM Only Plan – again without 

Philippine Internet Providers

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Philippine Internet Providers:
Bayan Telecommunications, through BayanDSL (formerly SkyDSL), offers ADSL from 768 kbit/s to 2.5 Mbit/s. They also offer cable internet from 64 kbit/s to 1 Mbit/s through ZPDee. Sky Broadband cable also offers speeds up to 12 Mbit/s.
Sky Broadband
ETPI offers SDSL from 256 kbit/s to 2 Mbit/s.

Global Destiny Cable, better known as Destiny Cable, offers Cable internet in either a 60-hour or unlimited package and also offers SDSL services up to 1.5 Mbit/s.

Globe Telecom, through its subsidiary Innove offers ADSL from 512 kbit/s to 4 Mbit/s.

PLDT offers ADSL from 384 kbit/s to 5 Mbit/s.

PT&T offers ADSL and SDSL from 384 kbit/s to 2 Mbit/s.

Smart Communications offers wireless fixed broadband at 384 kbit/s 512 kbit/s and 4 Mbit/s for corporate lines. In 2008, it has become available in pre-paid through the use of a USB modem where users can purchase load/credit at different handphone loading centres.

ComClark Network and Technology Corp offers Cable internet known as Surestream, Wireless (WiFi) known as Wireless Anywhere Metro, Wireless fixed broadband known as Extreme Wireless, Instanet Prepaid Cards Pampanga Only and Fiber Optics

Mozcom Communications offers a variety of dial-up services such as Nitro cards.

USATV1 Inc. Has a 1Mbit/s service for only 900 pesos a month.

Sun Cellular offers 3.5G-enabled wireless internet up to 2 Mbit/s. This also uses USB modem and can be used nationwide but service for internet is only in Manila at present.