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Smart GigaLife App now has over 10 million users

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More than a year after its launch, Smart Communications’ GigaLife App has now reached over 10 million users. The app is an all-in-one hub for many of Smart’s services.

Through the app, Smart Prepaid subscribers can monitor their balance and data usage, purchase load, register add-ons, and more. Meanwhile Postpaid subscribers are not left out as they too can monitor their data, call, and text usage, as well as monitor and pay their bills.

The GigaLife App has been credited for driving data usage on Smart’s network through cost effective app-exclusive data offers. For instance, data usage driven by the All-Data pack, which comes with shareable data for all sites, has grown by nearly 6x, whereas daily usage from the Unli 5G data pack has also tripled between March and September.

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“These supercharged data offers, powered by the GigaLife App, await our new subscribers when they switch their old numbers to Smart,” said Jane J. Basas, SVP and Head of Consumer Wireless Business at Smart.

“With MNP (mobile number portability), more mobile users can finally make the Smart move and experience the country’s fastest mobile data network without the hassles that go with changing one’s mobile number–such as having to import contacts and inform your circles, as well as relinking digital subscriptions and e-wallets,” she said, adding that the latest update now allows MNP via the GigaLife App.

ALSO READ: Smart fires up first commercial 5G Standalone network in Makati

Since launching the country’s first commercial 5G service in July last year, Smart has now fired up over 4,400 5G sites in more than 4,000 locations across the nation.

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