PLDT Home has launched Super Speed Deals Promo for as low as P99 and gives you additional 50Mbps, or an instant upgrade to the next Home Fibr plan to existing subscribers.
The country’s fastest fixed network and leading digital services provider, PLDT Home, introduces its first-ever Super Speed Deals Promo that gives subscribers a fast and convenient way to upgrade their internet plans for as low as P99 until January 31, 2021.
As the majority of the work and other activities are done at home, internet usage continues to increase among households. PLDT Home continues to creatively offer add-ons by providing solutions that cater to the digital needs and activities of each family member at home – whether for home-based online learning, digital selling for micro and small entrepreneurs, work-from-home employees, and of course, family entertainment.
With the PLDT Home Super Speed Deals Promo, existing PLDT Home Fibr subscribers can now upgrade their internet plans to the next higher plan and enjoy up to 300 Mbps faster internet speeds at home at a discounted price.
PLDT Home Fibr 1699 and 1899 subscribers need only to add P99 to their monthly subscription fees to upgrade to the next higher plan, which gives them up to an additional 50 Mbps.
Subscribers of Fibr Plans 2099, 2299, and 2399 can just top up with P149 to enjoy a speedboost of up to 100 Mbps.
Customers of Fibr Plans 2899, 3099, and 3299 can likewise add only P199 to get a speedboost of up to 150 Mbps.
And finally, subscribers of Fibr Plans 4099 and 4299 can enjoy up to 300 Mbps speeds by just adding P249 on their monthly subscription package.
How to upgrade?
With the Super Speed Deals promo, PLDT Home gives subscribers the added convenience of upgrading their internet speeds by simply dialing 170 for PLDT, Smart and Sun or (02) 80000170 for other networks (toll charges apply). Upon or before the expiration of the promo subscription, PLDT Home customers may also opt-out of their current plant within the promo period and their internet plan will automatically switch back to the speeds of their original subscribed plan.