Mindanao enjoys new Postpaid Plan P250 from Sun Cellular
Right on the heels of its intensified network expansion program, Sun Cellular launched its first salvo of new and better value postpaid plans, the Postpaid Plan 250 and initially offered it in Mindanao.
According to Senior Vice President for Postpaid and New Business Ricky Pena, “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.”
The new postpaid plan which costs only Php250.00 per month, will entitle subscribers to unlimited Sun-to-Sun texts, four hours of Sun-to-Sun calls, 500 texts to other networks plus a free Samsung E1080 phone!
Thus, this new offering is perfect for those who want to enjoy unlimited texting and still be able to call their contacts from regularly. Bundled with the generous allocation of texts to other networks, the postpaid plan P250 will also attract those who want to stay in touch but do not want spend much.
For the past 5 years, Sun Cellular has been the preferred choice of over half of new postpaid plan subscribers . Its postpaid subscriber base continually grows steadily and increasing by more than 30% year after year in January 2012 versus the same period last year.
According to Pena, “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.”
He also expressed his confidence on the widened Mindanao coverage, opining, “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.”
“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, he concludes.”