Smart has boosted its data-packed prepaid bundles with the newly-enhanced Giga offers, including Giga Video+ 149.
With Giga Video+ 149, Smart Prepaid users may enjoy 2GB open access data and up to 1GB or one hour of video access to YouTube, iflix, iWant, NBA League Pass, and Cignal TV per day for seven days, alongside unlimited texts to all networks and unlimited calls to Smart, TNT and Sun.
Giga offers for your daily content
Regardless of budget or mobile lifestyle, there is a new and improved Giga offer available for digitally-savvy Filipinos, with unlimited texts to all networks and unlimited calls to Smart, TNT and Sun.
Smart Giga Video+ is also available for P75 (1GB open access data 3 days), P449 (4GB open access data for 30 days), P549 (6GB open access data for 30 days) and P649 (8GB open access data for 30 days). All Giga Video+ promos include the same call and text allocation, as well as up to 1GB or one hour of Video Every Day access.
The standard Giga Video (formerly GigaSurf) data offers, without call and text allocation, are still available for as low as P50, valid for three days. This already includes open access data and up to 1GB or one hour of Video Every Day access for the duration of the promo.
For a complete package, subscribers can opt for Giga Video+ Allnet offers to get unlimited calls and texts to all networks together with their open access data and up to 1GB or one hour of Video Every Day for the duration of the promo.
For avid gamers, the new Giga Games offers are available starting at P50 for three days. All Giga Games promos include open access data and an additional up to 1GB access to Mobile Legends, Arena of Valor (AOV), Clash of Clans and Clash Royale per day.
Heavy social media users also have the option to choose the new Giga IG+FB offer, which has open access data and an additional 1GB access to Instagram per day.
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With Smart, customers can seamlessly stream, surf, play games, video-call and more, powered by the country’s fastest LTE network, as affirmed by third-party studies.
Recently, Canadian crowd-sourced mobile data company Tutela cited Smart as the country’s leader in terms of consistent network quality, based on their Southeast Asia State of Mobile Networks February 2019 report.