Start the new year right with best family deals from PLDT Christmas 3 Bundle Promo
With a new year comes new beginnings and PLDT gives digitally savvy and entertainment-loving Filipino families a perfect start with its most exciting bundle yet.
The country’s leading digital services provider, together with the country’s leading pay TV provider and mobile services leader, offers families the PLDT Christmas 3 Bundle Promo — product bundles that enable subscribers to easily mix and match their preferred Internet, mobile, and pay TV plans from PLDT Home, Smart, and Cignal TV.
Aside from the convenience of a unified bill, subscribers can save up to 15 per cent off their total bill when they choose to combine two or three services from PLDT Home, Smart, and Cignal TV.
PLDT Home enables Filipino families to enjoy the best digital experiences at home, right where it matters most. Subscribers can choose from PLDT Home’s unlimited Fibr plans and enjoy the benefits of a SmartHome with the most powerful broadband. For topnotch entertainment, Cignal TV gives them access to a wide range of high-definition (HD) pay TV content and channels perfect for every member of the family. Lastly, to ensure that the strongest connections can be accessed beyond the home, subscribers can complete their Christmas 3 Bundle with a Smart plan for superior mobile data and voice services.
In 2017, PLDT announced ramping up its efforts to provide Filipinos with the best data experience and support their increasingly digital lifestyle. The telco leader is spending P11 billion in the next two years to roll-out over one million ports that will upgrade over 1.3 million subscribers to fiber technologies and create more Fibr-powered SmartCities nationwide. On the other hand, its wireless unit, Smart, is also boosting its Smart LTE coverage and deployment of ultra-fast WiFi in the country’s top urban hubs. PLDT has invested around P300 billion or nearly US$6 billion over the last decade to roll out the country’s most extensive fixed and wireless network infrastructure which now has 165,000 kilometers of fiber optic cables designed to support the Filipinos’ growing use of fixed and mobile data.