I'm thinking of getting a DSL subscription here in the Philippines, so I'm looking at several alternatives.
SkyDSL 640 Kbps costs P1,999/mo (for the first 3 months), and then goes up to P2,699 starting the fourth month onwards. They have a 24-hour connection guarantee or you get a P500 rebate for each day of delay. There are even special discounts for those who switch DSL providers.
Still, the above DSL costings are good only until April 30, 2005 and they also have a disclaimer that the 640 kbps speed may vary depending on the number of users.
If you've tried SkyDSL (+63.2.449-3293), please let me know if it's worth it.
Globelines Broadband (+63.2.919-888, +63.32.410-8888) has packages ranging from 384 Kbps (P3,000 monthly) to 1 Mbps (P10,000/mo).
PLDT myDSL Hi-Velocity Broadband Internet (Call 171 or visit pldtmypad.com) has packages ranging from 768 Kbsp (P4,000 monthly) to 1.5 Mbps (P14,500/mo). The smallest package comes bundled with a free computer or other peripherals such as a fax machine, Canon Scanner Lit-20, Cordless Text capable phone, Canon High resolution printer Pixma 4000.
The higher packages come bundled with 3 PCs (or 2 PCs plus one laptop), or peripherals such as a Philips CD/DVD writer, and the other peripherals mentioned above.
Looks like DSL providers are aggressively fighting to grab a share of the Philippine broadband market. Interesting times ahead, folks!
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