PLDT offers prepaid data packs for e-Learning
PLDT Home introduces all-new Home Wifi Prepaid FamLoads so families can be connected and ready for online learning. Students can confidently face the challenges and demands of the new school term with FamLoad Study packages that have bigger data allowances for online classes and access to top learning sites and apps.
As this year’s back-to-school signals the start of the distance learning curriculum, many students need strong internet connection for their home-school set up. To assure that young learners can continue to stay connected for their online home-schooling, PLDT Home Wifi brings two new data packages, FamLoad Study 599 and FamLoad Study 999 that are tailor-fitted to the students’ e-learning needs.
With the new FamLoad Study, parents can have peace of mind that the Internet will not detach their children’s attention from their studies because each package is packed with dedicated access to learning sites and apps. For those who want to get value for their money, the FamLoad Study 599 offers 3GB data every day for 15 days that can be used to access top learning sites and apps including Microsoft 365 tools, Gabay Guro App, Canvas, and NEO. These modern learning platforms are being used by local and international schools and give students and teachers an advanced online learning experience. The FamLoad Study 599 also provides 12GB open access data for other online activities such as chatting with classmates, consulting with teachers, and researching and brainstorming for projects.
Meanwhile, the FamLoad Study 999 is perfect for those who need bigger data for heavy-data online activities such as video classes and conference calls, and the convenience of having enough data that can be used for up to one month. It offers 90GB data or 3GB everyday good for 30 days that students can use to access their online learning platforms. FamLoad Study 999 also has 24GB open access that can be used for other study needs such as emails, social media, online research, messaging apps, and more.
As the Philippines’ leading broadband and digital services provider, PLDT Home has always been committed to improving the lives of families as they adapt e-learning at home in the new normal. PLDT Home makes sure to provide innovations and solutions so that families are digitally-equipped and students can be productive to fulfill their school tasks and assignments at home.
PLDT Home Wifi Prepaid units is an affordable and easy-to-use plug and play internet device that’s perfect for sharing with family. Powered by Smart LTE, the country’s fastest wireless internet, PLDT Home Wifi Prepaid allows users to enjoy lag-free and no-freeze videos in their online classes and kids can submit their school assignments in real time. For only P995, customers can already enjoy their own unit that comes with FREE 10GB of data valid for seven days. They can opt to reload with other FamLoad packages such as FamLoad Video 199 with 19GB and Video Plus 199 with 28GB valid for seven days, FamLoad Video 599 with 55GB and FamLoad Video Plus 599 with 60GB valid for 15 days, FamLoad Video 999 with 100GB data and FamLoad Video Plus 999 with 120GB data for 30 days, and FamLoad Video 1499 with 130GB and FamLoad Video Plus 1499 with 180GB valid for 30 days.
PLDT Home Wifi Prepaid is available in PLDT Home’s official online stores in Lazada, GrabMart, and at their official website www.pldthome.com/homewifi. Topping up the units is also easy via PayMaya, myPLDT Smart app, GrabPay or through PLDT Home and Smart’s retailers nationwide, and soon via Lazada.
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