smart offers Free mobile internet service to all prepaid subscribers!

Starting today all Smart Sun and Talk n Text prepaid subscribers will now enjoy Free mobile Internet.

This was anno nced earlier by Manny V Pangilinan chairman of Smart Communications in a press conferense held at Shangril-la hotel Makati.

The free internet service is initially available until November 30th
With the free internet service Smart encourages its subscribers to maximize its use by enjoying the free mobile internet service.

With mobile internet users may now be wble to access apps like Facebook, Twitter, Instagram book planetickets voa skyscanner, shop online via Zalora ans a whole lot more.

One of the advantages of getting mobile acess is that you may now be able to apps like MMDA, Waze for easy navigating in major thoroughfares in Metro Manila or monitor the latest typhoon updates via the Project NOAH app.

To know more about this latest upadate, read the FAQ HERE

Smart, Deezer bring you MassKara LoveDance

This month of October the partying never stops in Bacolod City as it holds the annual MassKara Festival.


On October 17th Smart in partnership with Deezer and SkyScsanner is bringing lucky Smart users to the City of Smiles to experience the happiest festival in the Philippines!

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Smart’s Talk ’N Text to offer most affordable Internet package with ‘PisoNet’

 A breakthrough mobile data platform developed by Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart), the undisputed leader in mobile, will soon enable its subscribers to access the Internet on their mobile phones for as low as P1, the most affordable mobile Internet service to date.
Dubbed “PisoNet,” Smart’s new mobile Internet offer will be initially available to Talk ’N Text (TNT) subscribers and shall allow access to all apps and websites on mobile phones for only P1 per 10 minutes, with the exception of video streaming sites and file-sharing activities.
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Smart, Wikimedia Foundation launch WIKIPEDIA ZERO in PH

Wireless services leader Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) announced a new partnership today with the Wikimedia Foundation, the non-profit organization that operates Wikipedia and its sister projects.

Part of the global Wikipedia Zero program, the collaboration will give Smart, Talk ‘N Text, and Sun Cellular’s 68.9 million customers unlimited access to Wikipedia, free of data charges from their mobile device.

“We have always looked for and promoted ways to use technology and mobile communications to drive learning and consequently, development. Wikipedia Zero is relevant in a country where access to both computer terminals and Internet connectivity is still relatively low, but where almost everyone owns a cellphone. We are excited to bring Wikipedia Zero to the country and help create a way to make learning more accessible to millions of Filipinos,” said Ramon R. Isberto, head of Public Affairs at Smart.
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