The PLDT FIBR Thread

Discussion in 'OS X Server / Xserve / Networking' started by King, May 26, 2009.

  1. catalysmic

    catalysmic Active Member

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    Our Plan 1899 hits 50++ mpbs here in BF Pque.. Hope PLDT continues this speed boost =)
     
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    me too. plan1899 on 50mbps now, Binondo
    ang tanong now is the new speed boost bonanza a permanent boost or temporary lang? until when?
    dami sagot everywhere, seems pati cs dont know the answer,

    is it legit or just PLDT testing something?
     
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    well it looks like the speed boost is permanent my speed is now more than double and with google wifi, it is consistent

    wag lang magkaproblem as we know how bad their technical support is
     
  4. bowman60

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    I received a text that said its only up to Feb 29. My 100mbps is now 150 until the end of the month.
     
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    Hoping it will be permanent

    2899 at 170
     
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    We were about to upgrade to this plan but when I tested our internet speed, the speed is at 50 MBPS.

    Wag na muna pala hahaha.
     
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    Is the partnership between PLDT and Google WiFi over? I can’t find Google WiFi plans in PLDT’s website anymore.
     
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    Im planning on ditching converge and going back to pldt fibr.
    I hope i wont regret it. Convergeseems to be deteriorating fast.
     
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    If they're not upgrading their backbone but still expanding their subscriber base, then there's your problem right there. Something's gotta give.
     
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    Got the text from PLDT but my speed is still the same at 100.
     
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    ^ I got upgraded to 50mbps as well; it hope it lasts beyond 29Feb...
     
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    Can't also find the Google WiFi in their website,maybe the sales are not good. :unsure:
     
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    Maybe they're just fresh out of stock. Either that or they've just quietly removed Google WiFi and replaced it with the TP-Link Deco.

    https://pldthome.com/google-wifi-specs
     
  14. oldtimer

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    I think the Google WiFi push has ended with their Google Station/Smart WiFi agreement with the telco.
     
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    I read some news about Google ending their free WiFi due to lack of revenues from ads.

    Maybe this is related to their absence in PLDT plans.
     
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    I re-sell Google wifi on Lazada. My supplier told me that it will be replaced with the nest wifi. For now it's being augmented by tp-link.
     
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    hi guys, good day! I applied for pldt fibrbiz plan yesterday and they offered me this. ₱2,500/month, 50mbps, no lock in, no pre termination fee, ₱2,500 installation. It comes with Cisco Meraki which includes two wifi networks, 1 for business and 1 for guests. It will be used generally for cloud based data access for my office and soon I will open my office leasing business. Do you think this is a good deal? Thanks for your replies
     
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    Get Plan 3,000 at same speed but with one Static IP for your cloud access.
     
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    What is the advantage of a static IP? Sorry for asking. Thank you!
     
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    with a static ip, you can always connect directly to your computer or network remotely. home accounts usually get dynamic or random IP address from your ISP.
     
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