Smart unveils Magic Apps promo: No-expiry data for essential apps

This promo addresses a common pain point: data expiring before it's fully consumed.
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Smart Communications has launched Magic Apps prepaid promo, a new mobile data offering unlimited data for specific popular apps.

For just P99, subscribers can enjoy 3GB of data that never expires when used on Facebook, Messenger, Instagram, WhatsApp, YouTube, Gmail, and TikTok. This promo addresses a common pain point: data expiring before it’s fully consumed.

“We are thrilled to offer our customers worry-free data usage with Magic Apps, allowing them to stay connected to their essential apps without interruption,” said Lloyd R. Manaloto, Head of Prepaid at Smart. “This innovation makes it easier for subscribers to keep up with friends and family, seamlessly enjoy their favorite content while keeping up with the rest of the world as they benefit from Smart’s superior network coverage.”

Regular data consumers can opt for larger Magic Apps packages, with options for 9GB at P199 and 36GB at P399. Frequent travelers who don’t use data consistently can use the no-expiry feature for occasional connectivity needs. Meanwhile, devices with minimal data consumption can benefit from Magic Apps without the burden of expiring data.

To register for the Magic Apps promo, users can either sign up through the Smart App, dial *123#, visit authorized Smart stores, go to the Smart Online Store, or even register via their preferred mobile wallets.

Take note that the original Magic Data prepaid promo, which offers general no-expiry data access, remains available. This promo provides varying data allocations, ranging from 2GB to 60GB, priced accordingly.

Go here for the complete list of Smart Prepaid Promos. For more information on Smart’s prepaid offers, visit Smart’s website or follow @livesmart on various social media platforms.

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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