25 Jul

PLDT DSL Plan 999 Gets Speedy, Now Up to 3Mbps

PLDT, the largest telecommunications company in the Philippines, is proud to announce that DSL Plan 999 speed is now upgraded to 3Mbps from the original speed of 1 Mbps.

Last year, PLDT increased the speed of the said plan as well to 1.5 Mbps. Therefore, this is already the third time that they are upgrading it. They increased it by 100%.

PLDT High-Speed Plan 999 up to 3Mbps

The new PLDT DSL Plan 999

This speed boost is part of their commitment to bring more speedy DSL connection to their subscribers.

PLDT started rolling out the upgrade to all active Plan 999 subscriptions though they did not mention a specific time frame for completion. As per company’s advice, the upgrade is being done by batch. Subscribers are advised to monitor their connection speed through Speedtest.net from time to time.

Current Plan 999 subscribers don’t need to manually request an upgrade as PLDT does it automatically on their end.

The upgrade is free. Subscribers will be billed the same monthly plan cost of PHP1690.74 including tax.

Here’s the break down of fees:

Residential line service charge – PHP617.63
MyDSL Plan – PHP891.96
12% VAT – PHP181.15
TOTAL: PHP1690.74

This is also applicable to new subscribers.

Plan 999 is Now Up to 3Mbps

To summarize, Plan 999 now includes unlimited DSL connection up to 3Mbps plus phone service with free PLDT to PLDT NDD calls for 12 months. Unlimited local calls are included as well.

It comes with free WIFI modem and free installation.

Plan 999 is optimized for online gaming, video streaming and video chat.

For first-time customers, a 12 month lock-in period will apply.

PLDT accepts online applications in their website. Applicants just need to attach a scanned copy of one valid ID in their application.

Only these type of IDs are accepted: TIN, SSS, Passport, GSIS, Postal ID, Voters ID, Drivers License and UMID

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