Talk ‘N Text is now TNT; Embraces “Tropa Thing”

Check out Talk ‘N Text’ s new look! Now known as TNT, Smart’s prepaid mainstream mobile brand has launched its refreshed brand and unveiled a new logo. It is also introducing a new set of young ambassadors aptly called the TNT Tropa.

TNT’s New Look, New Faces

The brand has been using the old logo for as long as I remember, and its high time they updated it. To keep up with the latest trends, the brand adopted an updated, app-inspired look designed to appeal to our country’s youth — the Pinoy Generation Z.

As explained by Smart Wireless Consumer Operations Head Kat Luna-Abelarde, “TNT specifically wants to cater to the needs of the Pinoy Generation Z, an age group that identifies with their own tropa that share their aspirations, give them inspiration and just help them get through the day. With TNT’s most affordable offers and exciting treats, they can easily stay connected with their tropa and enjoy more fun-filled moments with each other.”

TNT Logo
Their new logo uses the same bright and vibrant colors, and features the acronym “TNT” inside a square with rounded edges.

The brand also introduced the TNT Tropa, their new brand ambassadors. The group, composed of young, energetic people, represents the classic Pinoy barkada.

It’s a Tropa Thing!

With over over 30 million subscribers, TNT being geared to cater to the needs of the Pinoy Generation. Their new message, It’s a Tropa Thing!, embodies all the nuances that make a brakada, a tropa, click.

Following the launch of the TNT Tropa, the brand is also gearing up for tropa-perfect offers that will give loyal and new subscribers budget-friendly offerings for calls, texts, their favorite apps or  treats.

To stay updated with news about TNT, you may follow the TNT Tropa on TNT official accounts on Facebook ( and Twitter (@TalkNText).

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Bryan is a geek at heart and a tech enthusiast by choice. He has a strong background in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations having worked in the telecommunications and banking sectors for over two decades. In his spare time, he enjoys watching clips on YouTube and binge watching shows on Netflix.

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