Sun unveils first broadband group plans in PH

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Sun Broadband Wireless (SBW) said its new offering is the country?s first broadband Internet with pooled hours for sharing through its new Group Plan Service 999 and 699. Those seeking for a shared Internet connection may avail of the Sun Broadband Group Plan 999 with three lines and 200 combined Internet hours, or the Group Plan 699 with two broadband lines and 130 pooled Internet hours. And following the concept of Sun?s earlier 2G-based group plans, these multiple broadband lines are billed under a single account. ?With this new offering, we challenge the usual concept of Internet sharing and push further the convenience of broadband connectivity for multi-gadget usage. Now, users of shared Internet can go online at their most convenient time and place,? said Ricky Pena, senior vice president of Sun Cellular for broadband, postpaid, new business and marketing services. Pena explained the SBW Group Plan 999 is designed for families with older or college-aged children who may have their own laptops. ?This will be very convenient for parents, as they would only have to remember to pay one bill for the broadband Internet services being used by their children,? he said. As for the Group Plan 699, Pena said this is more suited for tech-savvy people who have multiple gadgets. ?They would no longer need to remove their broadband SIM and transfer it from one gadget to another, because with this plan, they could use multiple SIMs simultaneously, under one bill,? Pena said. To augment its cost-efficiency benefit, Sun Broadband has also designed its Group Plan service to follow the anti-bill shock charging system. Beyond the standard inclusions, users can still access the Internet for a minimal surfing rate of P20 per hour. Once the total bill reaches P3,000 for the Group Plan 999 and P2,000 for the Group Plan 699, charging stops and then the usage profile becomes unlimited. ]]>

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