Smart has a new mobile data only prepaid promo called ALL DATA

TL;DR: Smart ALL DATA prepaid promo offers more data at affordable prices.

Smart Communications silently rolled out a new prepaid promo that’s only for mobile Internet data. The new Smart ALL DATA is available on the GigaLife app.

The promo was spotted by Peter from GizGuide, who also graciously gave us a heads up of its availability.

Smart’s ALL DATA may not yet be available to everyone. We checked on our GigaLife app and it did not pop up for us and its not on the *123# menus yet. Still, we at least know its coming soon.

Smart ALL DATA prepaid promo

The new prepaid promo is a great option for those who rely more on Internet mobile data and rarely use calls and text credits. Smart’s new ALL DATA comes in three flavors:

  • ALL DATA 50
    2GB All access, shareable Internet data
    Php 50, 3 day validity
  • ALL DATA 99
    6GB All access, shareable Internet data
    Php 99, 7 day validity
  • ALL DATA 299
    24GB All access, shareable Internet data
    Php 299, 30 day validity

How to subscribe to Smart ALL DATA prepaid promo

For now, the Smart ALL DATA prepaid promo is available on the Smart GigaLife app. Make sure you have load credits before you proceed.

  1. Log on to the Smart GigaLife app.
  2. A pop-up will inform you that the promo is available to you. Choose “I want ALL DATA” to proceed.
  3. Select the desired ALL DATA promo.

For the complete list of Smart prepaid promos, you can visit our article here. For Globe, go here.

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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.


  1. john cangson Reply

    hi, are “All Data” balance stackable? or the unused data will be lost after expiry even if i renew it ahead of time?

    • I have not tried stacking them. I assumed that they will be presented in “different buckets” on the GigaLife app with each their own expiration date. You can try Magic Data. It doesn’t have any expiration date.

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