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Discussion in 'Businesses - Services - Products' started by mokum, Jan 17, 2019.

  1. Rye83

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    I thought they stopped offering that a long time ago. They forced me to leave that service quite some time ago.
     
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    Hmmmm :smile:
     
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    It's 300GB monthly
     
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    That sounds like their wired DSL, no wireless with outdoor roof antenna. Are you sure it is not DSL?


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    By WiMAX I am referring to the internet service that comes off a cell tower, however on second thought I believe WiMAX is not the correct term. I am talking about the globe wireless that is received by an antenna on the roof connected to a router at the residence. Whatever that one is called, globe just started offering it where we live. They already have pldt-smart homebro here that I can see on my laptop settings. The neighbors here seem to have moved to fil-Products cable internet when it came in. It is UNLI but I wouldn’t be surprised if their actual limit is 300-600GB. We never use that amount but we do use a lot more than the globe or pldt wireless advertised limits. If anything landline is available, I would choose that over wireless.


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    Or, even easier, just load up the sim on your smartphone and set up a portable hotspot. This is exactly the same as pocket WiFi. Less hassle to load than the pocket WiFi for globe or smart smartbro.


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    I have the one with the antenna and they limit it at 100gig only.
     
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    It's home fiber, cable.
     
  9. Rye83

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    Both WIMAX and LTE fit that description. WIMAX was an old globe service that was pretty great (no data caps at all). Unfortunately they ended that plan some years ago and forced everyone on it to switch to their capped LTE service.
     
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    I have PLDT Home Fibr 20GB unlimited for 1.899P....check the PLDT Website they offer 20GB unli for 1,899P incl. Phone....I've signed up 3 Month ago...they have also Promo when you switch from another Provider to them....just check the PLDT Website for HomeFibr
     
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