Sun Broadband subscribers enjoy the power of choice with the revitalized gadget plans

Sun Broadband Gadget Plans

Getting the gadget that you want at a postpaid plan perfect for your needs is now easier as Sun Broadband introduced its new and improved Gadget Plans, giving subscribers the ultimate power to choose and customize their postpaid broadband plan.

With the revitalized Sun Broadband Gadget Plans, subscribers can now tailor their gadget plan to suit their online lifestyle needs in just two easy steps: choose the gadget they want and match it with the plan they need. They can choose from a range of devices with monthly rates starting at P199, then combine it with a data plan that they need, to arrive at the gadget plan that’s perfect for them.

Subscribers, for example, can choose the Acer Iconia One 7 tablet plus Pocket WiFi bundle for a monthly amortization of P249 then combine it with Plan 250 for 700MB of volume data allowance, creating their own Gadget Plan at only P499 per month*. Now, users can enjoy consistent, fast, and reliable mobile broadband with their chosen gadget wherever they go.

“Users typically don’t want to be limited with their choices, so we’re giving them the flexibility and freedom to choose the perfect plan for them with the new Sun Broadband Gadget Plans,” said Michele Curran, FVP for Data Services at Sun Cellular. “With a fully customizable array of gadget and plan offers, subscribers can now get the right gadget plan that’s perfect for them.”

Wide range of gadgets

Sun Broadband offers a wide range of gadget options for subscribers to choose from, so they can easily customize their gadget plan based on their lifestyle needs.

They can opt for the O+ USA Fab Lite 3G Tablet (P199 monthly gadget fee) for an easy-to-carry gadget companion for those on the go, the Huawei Media Pad Youth 2 (P249) for all-day battery life that lets you enjoy music and media for long hours, or even a Sony PS Vita (P649) for pure gaming bliss. Sun Broadband also offers a wide range of hybrid tablets, notebook and Smart TV options, such as the Cherry Mobile Alpha Morph (P649), the HP 14 Notebook (P699), and the MyView 32-inch Smart TV (P649), among many others.

Subscribers can then pair these amazing gadget offers to base plans with corresponding inclusions: Plan 250 with 700MB of volume data allowance; Plan 350 with Non-Stop Surf; Plan 450 with Non-Stop Surf plus 500MB of Open-access data allowance; and Plan 699 with Non-Stop Surf plus 1.5GB of open-access data allowance.

Non-Stop Surf allows subscribers to perform light and casual Internet activities all month, including Web searching, reading blogs and news sites, social media browsing, e-mail reading, chatting, navigation, and playing games. The open-access data allowance, meanwhile, can be used for video streaming, uploading and downloading.
Gadget Sale

“By giving subscribers the power to customize their gadget plans, they no longer have to be stuck with a postpaid plan that doesn’t fulfill their unique needs. And it only takes two steps for them to get it!” Curran added.

To help interested subscribers pick the gadget plan that’s perfect for their needs, there will be a Sun Broadband Gadget Plan Sale from March 26 to April 1 at the SM Mall Of Asia. Users can get help in choosing the data plan that’s perfect for their lifestyles and subscribe to Sun Broadband’s gadget offers.

So don’t get left behind and begin wielding this power of choice with the new and improved Sun Broadband Gadget Plans! To subscribe, simply visit The Sun Shop nearest you. For a full list of gadgets and plans that users can mix and match, visit, or check Sun Broadband’s social networking accounts ( and for more updates. [END]

* 24-month holding period


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