Smart slashes prices of LTE and 5G broadband devices

Now more affordable with huge discounts.
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Smart Communications is making its LTE and 5G broadband devices more affordable for its customers.

The Smart Bro Pocket WiFi LTE Advanced (Cat 6) devices, which can connect to Smart’s LTE network that covers 97 percent of the population, are now priced at ₱1,495, down from ₱1,995. At the same time, the Smart Rocket WiFi 5G device, which is the most affordable 5G mobile router in the Philippines, is now available at ₱12,995, a ₱3,000 discount from its original price of ₱15,995.

Smart Bro Pocket WiFi customers can choose from various data offers, such as Giga Power 149 with up to 20GB data for all sites for 7 days, or Unli Data 699 with unlimited data for 30 days. They can also manage their accounts easily using the GigaLife App.

Aside from offering faster LTE Cat 6 or more advanced LTE broadband devices in the coming months, Smart is also relaunching its Smart Rocket WiFi 5G at a more affordable price point to make it accessible to more customers.

“Smart has had a long history of offering these mobile broadband devices to democratize access to the internet, putting it within the reach of more Filipinos,” said Francis E. Flores, SVP and Head of Consumer Wireless Business – Individual at Smart. “With lower prices, widest coverage, and ease of use now, we are staying true to our mission of empowering our subscribers to live more today.”

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Smart Bro customers are also encouraged to register their SIMs now. Aside from launching its online SIM Registration portal (, Smart has also ramped up its rollout of assisted SIM Registration booths and touchpoints across the country, including in government-identified remote areas. 

To view the OTP code sent during SIM registration, subscribers can insert their Smart Bro SIM in any mobile phone. For more information on how to register your SIM cards, go here.

Bryan is a tech enthusiast and self-admitted geek who enjoys writing about tech and watching clips on YouTube. He has over 20 years of experience in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations from different industries such as telecommunications and banking.

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