Sun Broadband is cheap, reliable, stable and easy to avail. Plus, it’s unlimited for only ₱ 799.00/month. I am referring to Sun Broadband Wireless Postpaid. I applied and was approved for less than 15 minutes, no supplementary documents needed. All that I had with me are my valid I.D’s ( SSS, Driver’s license, and TIN ). However they required just one of my Identification Cards. Upon presenting it they gave me a form to fill with all my basic information, followed by fast verification process and it’s done.
Sun Broadband Wireless Postpaid offers two options;
- 1. The SIM ONLY
- 2. SIM with MODEM
In my case, I got the second option because I need a new modem.
How much is the initial cash out?
₱ 799.00 for SIM ONLY (one month advance)
₱ 799.00 + ₱ 888.00 for SIM with MODEM (one month advance + modem)
Sun Broadband Wireless Postpaid is for whom?
As of this writing it is for all, but recommended for city dwellers in terms of good signal. The staffs are very honest about it. Anyway before they receive your application or upon inquiry they will ask you, from where your location is.
Sun Broadband Wireless Postpaid Features;
It has five (5) kind of basic profile connections. As you can see there are six profiles, I manually added the SUN BRO profile.
Editable Profile connections. In this box you can add new profile or edit the existing except the defaults.
Two (2) type of networking connections. In my experience I prefer the NDIS because of it’s stability. I will discuss about it in my next post.
How about Sun Broadband Wireless Postpaid speed?
It’s tolerable! Just kidding.
Seriously speaking, it has a better speed compared to two other brands in our area. However it’s not conclusive, because location does matter in broadband speed. The browsing speed of my Sun Broadband plays from 400 kbps. to 1 mbps. On the other hand, the file download rates from 80 kbps. to 200 kbps. not bad for a stick modem.
We may differ in our Sun Broadband Wireless experience but let us just keep in mind that this kind of tool depends on how far or near the signal source is and it’s air accessed. No surprise if it causes some signal fluctuations.
Overall I rated Sun Broadband Wireless Postpaid 8 out of 10. Despite the fact that I encountered slow signal transmission on the second day of using it, that resulted me to do some tweaking.
What did I do to boost Sun Broadband Wireless Postpaid speed to 40% and keep it stable as possible?
Stay tuned on my next post, everything will be disclosed.