SUN Cellular: Stronger Signal in Mindanao!

April 15, 2012|Posted in: CDO News

CDOBloggers Inc., is one of the lucky organization who gets to meet and greet with James Lim and Jocel Adorable, the Sun Cellular’s executives.  After a getting-to-know-you’s, we talked about things such as Sun Cellular’s latest updates.

Sun Cellular, who is now a member of the PLDT Group, is expanding its network coverage in the Mindanao area to bring in more customers in southern Philippines and render best services to them.

Among the areas of Mindanao that the network coverage will be strengthen are Lanao del Norte and Lanao del Sur, Basilan, Camiguin, Zamboanga, Tawi-Tawi, Dinagat Island, Compostela Valley, Sulu, parts of Bukidnon, Cagayan de Oro and Davao del Sur.  For those people in those areas mentioned above, you can now enjoy the improved signal strength brought by Sun Cellular.

Sun Cellular Chief Operating Officer Charles Lim says, “we want those in Mindanao to optimize their experience of our unlimited call and text service, as well as the value-for money bucket load and postpaid plans that Sun has been providing its subscribers nationwide.”

In addition, Sun Cellular has been known for its product offering on unlimited texts which gave subscribers big, big savings on their wallet.

For more information on their wide coverage in Mindanao, read on at Sun Cellular Expands More Coverage in Mindanao.

Here is another postpaid promo by Sun Cellular:

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.

For the complete information on their latest product offering, read about it on Sun Cellular Launches New Postpaid Plan 250.

You can also read their latest news on their News Room site.

I would like to give my thanks to Sun Cellular for the freebies they they gave me and it excites me to use the Sun Broadband Stick since I’ve heard many good reviews on its connectivity.  This is very useful when I am traveling because it’s very handy to bring.

Sun Cellular Broadband Stick

17 Comments

  1. violy
    April 15, 2012

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    I used to have sun cellular sim, they offer a good package actually one of the best, but I stopped using it because we don’t have a suncel signal at the office (SBMA) which is very unfortunate. Hope they can do something about it soon.

    • admin
      April 15, 2012

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      Where is the SBMA located sis? They have a list on the areas that they’ll strengthen the signal. Maybe your place is included now. Thanks!

  2. Regina Celemin
    April 15, 2012

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    I’ve been a Sun postpaid subscriber for several years already. Other than they have a good signal in my locality, with my plan SMS sent abroad is only P1.00 and calls are P5.00/min. Definitely affordable for an OFW-wife like me.

    Its good to know that they are doing those expansion for the Mindanao area to reach more people. I also wonder, what’s more now that PLDT acquired Sun?

    • admin
      April 21, 2012

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      This is really a good news for us here in Mindanao. PLDT also owns SmartBro right?

  3. Blair Villanueva
    April 16, 2012

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    yaeh cool and generous nman ng Suncellular! I haven’t tried their broadband stick, but with regards to mobiles services, okay na okay sila :)

    http://legazpifabmoda.blogspot.com

    • admin
      April 21, 2012

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      I’ve heard many good reviews from friends of their broadband stick, kaya nga excited ako to try it eh..

  4. Lizzie
    April 16, 2012

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    I am also thinking about switching to SUN. But I have no final plans yet. :)

    • admin
      April 21, 2012

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      They have affordable plans naman. Try to visit their offices near you. :)

  5. Lhyzie
    April 16, 2012

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    di pa ako nagtry ng net ng sun. but i have sun sim and i love their promos :)

    • admin
      April 21, 2012

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      Yes, they have very affordable mobile promos :)

  6. Sumi
    April 26, 2012

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    Wow, this is great news for people from Mindanao and those who have loved ones in the island.. :D I’ve only tried bringing my sun cellular to Visayas, but now that they have stronger signal in Mindanao, I think taking a trip there soon wouldn’t hurt ’cause I can still stay in touch.. :D

    • admin
      April 29, 2012

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      Yes, indeed a great news. Join us here in Mindanao soon on our upcoming event! :)

  7. Renz of Pinay Mommy ADreamer
    April 29, 2012

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    I use sun for my mobile services and good to know they’re going strong in Mindanao through their Internet services too. When I was there last year it wasn’t as reliable.

    • admin
      April 29, 2012

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      Ngayon pinalakas na ang signal dito sis hehe..

  8. Ivan
    May 19, 2012

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    hi po! ask ko po kung malakas po ba kahit saan sa cdo ang net signal ng Sun? kasi im planning to buy sun broadband stick! and wala din bang limit ang surfing time?

    • admin
      May 21, 2012

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      Hello Ivan, sorry for the late reply. I have heard good reviews on some of my colleagues regarding the SUN broadband stick. But still depends on your location. My friend who lives near the Marcos bridge have a positive feedback on it. Yes, unlimited talaga ung surfing time nila not like the other broadband companies.

  9. ivan
    May 19, 2012

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    hi. tanong lng po kung mabilis po ba ang internet signal ng sun kahit saan sa CDO? bibili po ako ng sun wireless broadband kit pero nag.dadalawang isip baka mahina ang net.

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