Who doesn’t want a strong internet connection at home? This holds true for me as I do most of my online work at home. More and more mothers and even young ones can work at home and it needs a stable and fast internet connection.
This also holds true for other families who live in digital homes that need a fast, reliable, wired Internet connection for simultaneous use on multiple gadgets. Here comes PLDT myDSL who came up with a plan to help you get the strongest DSL connection at home, with speeds as high as 10MBPS at only P4,000 a month. Of course, there are plans convenient for any budget as well, starting at the affordable monthly rate of P990.
PLDT myDSL says they have more reliable connections thanks to the continuous upgrades of its lines, most notably the ongoing switch from traditional copper lines to the PLDT Next Generation Network, which is being done without additional costs on the part of subscribers.
Going hand-in-hand with these improvements is an upgrade on PLDT myDSL’s customer services and a regularly updated website for news, product announcements, and promotions.
All myDSL subscriptions are part of PLDT’s Triple Play package, which includes unlimited myDSL, a landline, and PLDT online entertainment portal Watchpad, which gives you access to 17 channels and exclusive content, as well as the coming Pacquiao Vs. Marquez fight, live with no commercial breaks if you’re on plan 1995 and up and registered to Watchpad. Not yet on Watchpad, register now. And if you’re a non 1995 and up subscriber, you can still watch the fight for free if you subscribe to Watchpad Big Ticket from now until Nov. 10.
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I didn’t realize that it’s been two years since I last checked the speed of my three internet service providers. One lesson learned from my past reviews is to make sure the modem is in working condition. I had been complaining in early 2007 that my PLDT mydsl connection had dropped connections and it was only a year after , that I found out that the problem was the modem. Since May 2008, I have not encountered a single problem with my PLDT mydsl connection. I decided to do another speed test to be consistent with the past reviews. Take note, I am a paying subscriber located in Pasig City near the Quezon City area. The speed test was done at night , taken in the same hour , when internet connection often slows down. Speed tests results were obtained from speedtest.net and repeated three times to make sure results were consistent. The results are quite interesting. I wanted to see who was delivering promised speed results or who fell below it. Just take a look.
1. Smart Bro – 999 pesos for a 512 kpbs connection- installed March 2, 2007
Smart Bro wireless broadband serves well as a backup internet connection for my daughter, Lauren when our Globe Broadband connection fails at night. We have had no trouble with Smart Bro since 2008. With its speed reaching 43% of the promised speed, it can still deliver when the regular ISP is not working. The Smart Bro is not often used because the speed is just too slow for my daughter’s needs.
Download: 220 kbps
Upload: 100 kbps
Promised speed: 220kbps reaches 43%
2. Globelines Broadband Budget Bundles – 2 MBPS with landline. at 1,995 pesos, installed March, 2007
The Globelines broadband is attached to my daughter’s computer and this is where we get WIFI connection for the whole house. I notice that the connection slows down at night the past months but the results were not bad at all. The speed test results hits 72% of promised speed.
Upload: 350 kbps
Promised speed: 1.43 MBps at 72% of promised speed (2.0 Mb/s)
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