Commuter can now enjoy the FREE 30 minutes Smart WiFi at all MRT stations along EDSA. Now even your on-the-go or stuck while waiting on the trains or traffic in EDSA, you can still be productive or enjoy checking your social media accounts or even watch livestream, yes you’re reading it right. Smart WiFi is now open to all subscribers of all networks without data cap.
Smart Wifi‘s deployment at MRT stations and along EDSA complements the mobile services provider’s aggressive rollout of its newest and fastest LTE network meant to deliver the best digital and mobile experience for Filipinos.
I was able to check the speed test using my OPPO F3 Plus at Shaw Boulevard MRT station and Smart Wifi gaves undeniable speedy internet!
To connect, all you need to do is simply check for Smart WiFi signs and turn on your WiFi connection. Then, select #SmartWifi @MRT-EDSA from the list of available WiFi networks to connect and start browsing.
The Smart Wifi service lets you extend your FREE 30minutes session per day by purchasing Smart Wifi load from partner retailers in denominations of Php 20 for 2 hours, valid for 2 days; and Php 50 for 10 hours, valid for 5 days.
You may also conveniently convert your Smart, Sun and TNT load to Smart Wifi minutes by texting your preferred denomination – WIFI10, WIFI20, or WIFI50 – to 9991.
Aside from MRT and EDSA, PLDT and Smart have already deployed carrier-grade Smart Wifi service at the Ninoy Aquino International Airport, at the Light Railway Transit, and in key regional airports, seasports and trandport hubs all over the country.
Smart Wifi is also available in high-traffic areas, such as tourist spots, hospitals, schools, city halls, malls, as well as major hangout places across the country aptly called Smart Spots.
To learn more, visit http://smart.com.ph/smartwifi.
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