SUN Cellular launches new Postpaid Plan 250, stonger signal in Mindanao

Following its intensified network expansion program, Sun Cellular launched its first salvo of new and better value postpaid plans, the Postpaid Plan 250 initially available in Mindanao.

“Given the immense demand for Sun Cellular’s best-value services in Mindanao, we have specifically chosen the region as our pilot area for this subscription plan offering,” says Ricky Pena, Senior Vice President for Postpaid and New Business.

For only Php250.00 per month, subscribers to this new postpaid plan includes unlimited Sun-to-Sun texts, four hours of Sun-to-Sun calls, 500 texts to other networks plus a free Samsung E1080 phone. This plan is perfect for those who want to enjoy unlimited texting and still be able to call their friends and loved ones from time to time. Also with the generous allocation of texts to other networks, this plan will also attract those who want to stay in touch but do not want to spend too much.

Sun Cellular has been the preferred choice of over 50% of new postpaid plan subscribers for the past 5 years. Its postpaid subscriber base continues to grow steadily increasing by more than 30% year over year in January of 2012 versus the same period last year.

“This 2012, we are focusing on boosting our network signal strength by augmenting and optimizing our existing cell sites, and taking advantage of synergies with our sister companies in the PLDT Group. Our extensive network strengthening campaign will be complimented with products that best suit the needs of the locals in the areas we are expanding to,” Pena revealed.

Pena also expressed his confidence on the widened coverage in Mindanao. “As we move to further establishing a more extensive network, our subscribers in Mindanao may now enjoy our best-value postpaid plans in areas where before we were not present,” he adds. “This will also benefit customers in other areas outside Mindanao as they can now get in touch with their family and other loved ones in the new areas we are now in using their Sun Cellular lines.”

The first wave of these network enhancement efforts are now being felt in the areas of Lanao del Norte and Lanao del Sur, Basilan, Camiguin, Zamboanga, Tawi-Tawi, Dinagat Island, Compostella Valley, Sulu, Bukidnon, Cagayan de Oro, Davao del Sur, among others.

Sun Cellular is a member of the PLDT Group.


Comments Here

  1. I enjoyed  much being a sun user..=)

  2. sana pati dito sa atin.. ang hina pa ng Sun sa Polland eh. sa Pagalungan, along the hi-way lang wala nang signal eh almost 3km lang namn sa amin from the poblacion..

  3. hi Darwin, where exactly is Polland? I know Pagalungan is in Polomolok.. tama ba ako? btw, parang di kasali ang South Cotabato sa network enhancement nila?, mahina parin sa Marbel ang Sun, gusto ko pa naman mga promos nila..

  4. I am a SUN user. I cut down my expenses in stopping my subscription with my land line and shifted to pre paid. I bought 3 non-expensive cell for my kids and wife. We only spent 450 pesos per month for the 3 of us than paying a landline bills of utmost more than 2,000 a month in long distance call before. Now, that we are using this prepaid benefit of SUN Cellular, I might say, "SUN SULIT na sa tawag, SUN SULIT pa sa bulsa". Darwin, I wish that i could start to visit South Cotabato. Somebody, a friend of mine and at the same time, Living Asia Writer told me about your place., like the Lake Sebu. Maganda daw talaga dun.

  5. So true, super sulit talga ng SUN, i am a Sun user for less than 2 weeks now and enjoying it! BTW, sir let me know kung kelan ka punta ng Lake Sebu and  South Cotabato.. i'v read your series on Cotabato din, nice blog po :)  

  6. yup te Jean Polomolok nga ung Polland hahaha galing! @darwin, I'm sure Sun Cellular will be  addressing that soon :)

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