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How to share data in Smart and TNT using Pasa Data

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Here’s how you can use Pasa Data to share mobile data from your Smart or TNT mobile number to another.

With our new normal comes an increase in time spent online. For smartphone users, that means going through your mobile data faster. And if you find yourself needing more in a pinch, Smart has an innovative feature called Pasa Data that allows one Smart or TNT user to pass data to another Smart or TNT user.

Take note that Pasa Data only works if you have any of the select data offers availed, such as Smart’s Giga packages (you can go here for the complete list of Smart prepaid promos for reference). It’s similar to Pasa Load, but instead of passing load credits, you can pass mobile data to someone else instead. The service is available to subscribers of Smart Prepaid, Smart Postpaid, Smart Bro Prepaid, and Smart Bro Postpaid.

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How to share mobile data using Pasa Data in Smart

Before you start, make sure you have enough open-access data and load credits on your account.

The sender will be charged Php 1 for every successful Pasa Data transaction. You can send a minimum of 50MB of data. You can also pass data to Smart Prepaid, Smart Bro Prepaid, and TNT subscribers.

To use Pasa Data, simply text:

PASADATA <space> 11 digit mobile number <space> MB amount and send to 808. Example: PASADATA 09181234567 100MB and send to 808.

You will then receive an SMS confirmation of whether or not the transaction is successful. Do remember that the passed data is only valid for 24 hours, regardless of size.

Pasa Data is a nifty service from Smart, allowing users to share unused data credits with friends and loved ones.

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