XIEMix and match your choice of gadgets with the Sun Broadband Multi-SIM Plan
Back when most of today’s young adults were, well, younger, cell phones and similar gadgets were considered as luxuries - very seldom will you see families owning even one. Aside from the relative cost of such devices, perhaps a major reason is that people simply did not need mobile communication. E-mail and basic computers were all the rage back then, and people were pretty content with that.
Fast-forward to today. As the demand for mobile technology became incredibly high over the years, manufacturers were forced to come up with ways to make cell phones and other mobile devices available to more and more people. The effect? The way we consume mobile devices today is reminiscent of the way children consume their candy - in bulk.
While the average family or individual gets more and more gadgets, the inconvenience of taking note of the respective bill for each device, gets more evident. This is where the newest, most convenient offering from Sun Broadband comes into play.
Sun Broadband introduces its Multi-SIM Plan that offers 130 hours of high-speed mobile broadband internet shared between 2 separate SIM cards for only P699 per month. You can also get up to two (2) free modems with your plan.
As Sun Broadband Multi-SIM Plan let’s you choose between micro- and regular SIM cards, you get the freedom to choose which kind of set-up works best for you, depending on which kind of devices you have. You could, for example, have a regular SIM card for your netbook, and a micro-SIM for your tablet – it’s up to you.
Of course, the best thing about the SBW Multi-Line Plan is that it completely eliminates the need to pay for the bills of the lines separately, as usage records are consolidated into a single bill.
For more information on the Sun Broadband Multi-SIM Plan and other services log on to www.sunbroadband.ph. You can also check for updates by logging on to their official Facebook page: facebook.com/suncellularph or on Twitter: twitter.com/suncelltweets.
Sun Cellular is a member of the PLDT Group.