New and existing SKY Fiber subscribers can quickly enhance their productivity and lifestyle when they maximize SKY Fiber’s leveled up fiber-fast home internet subscription plans that are even more affordably priced than before.
A P999 monthly fee can now get subscribers up to 20 Mbps, a bump up from speeds of 5 Mbps or 10 Mbps in previous years. To date, this is considered the most affordable postpaid plan in the country.
“Subscribers will continue to have broadband plans from SKY that are affordable but, in addition, get faster speeds that will entirely meet their needs. SKY Fiber’s internet plans were designed to assist Filipino households to cope with their combined demand for remote work, e-learning, online entrepreneurship or content streaming,” said SKY consumer products group head Claudia Suarez.
This value-for-money upgrade is extended to the other SKY Fiber unlimited broadband plan options, notably in its highest speed plan which was previously 150 Mbps but has leveled up to 200 Mbps for the same price of P3,499 a month.
A plan that is somewhere in between the basic and highest plan is Plan 40 Mbps which is priced at P1,499 a month, or Plan 80 Mbps for P1,999 a month.
Existing SKY Fiber subscribers nationwide can experience an automatic upgrade by simply doing a hard modem reset.
SKY Fiber is also offering unlimited broadband + HD Cable bundle speed plans of up to 120 Mbps at best value. For P2,999 a month, instead of just enjoying a speed of 60 Mbps, subscribers can smoothly stream online videos with a speed of 120 Mbps while having access to over 60 cable channels.
To make the SKY Fiber Super Speed bundle plans an even more economical purchase, they all come with SKY Evo (see related story on next page).
“The challenges of 2020 have compelled us to level up our product offerings this year. We hope that we can ease the burden of Filipinos by presenting multiple solutions in our bestvalue bundle plans,” stated Alan Supnet, SKY’s head for consumer broadband products.
For more info, visit mysky. com.ph/skyfiber.