Bayan Telecommunication, Inc., launched its bayanBROADBAND service(wireless broadband) and offers TRUESPEED to its subscribers. Allowing them to experience actual subscribed speed all the time given at least four bars of signal.
bayanBROADBAND is available in two affordable and unlimited subscription plans offering 512 kbps and 256 kbps at month fees of Php 999.00 and Php 699.00, respectively. bayanBROADBAND service is ideal for home user and it is available in Quezon City, Makati, Manila, Paranaque, Las Pinas, Mandaluyong, Pasig, Muntinlupa, Pasay, Taguig, San Juan, Antipolo and Cainta.
Terms and conditions:
1. What is bayanBROADBAND?
bayanBROADBAND is an unlimited broadband subscription perfect for home use with TRUESPEED.
2. What does TRUESPEED mean?
bayanBROADBAND guarantees TRUESPEED. This means that you will experience 100% of your subscribed speed all the time provided you have at least four bars of signal.
3. How can I avail of bayanBROADBAND?
Simply submit a valid ID, proof of billing together with a filled-out service application form to any BayanCenters or accredited bayanBROADBAND agents within Metro Manila. You may also opt to subscribe through online application.
4. How much do I pay for the bayanBROADBAND unit?
You will be charged with a one-time fee of P999 for the bayanBROADBAND unit upon application.
5. Is the bayanBROADBAND unit compatible with all operating systems?
Currently, bayanBROADBAND unit is compatible with Windows XP, Vista, Windows 7 and Mac Snow Leopard (10.5).
6. How long is the holding period for bayanBROADBAND plans?
The holding period for bayanBROADBAND is 24 months.
7. What will be my penalty if I terminate my bayanBROADBAND subscription prior to the end of the 24-month holding period?
You will be charged with P3,000 on top of your remaining account balance.
Check their website at http://www.bayanbroadband.com.ph/
My subscription plan is only 256kbps. I test my bayanBOADBAND bandwidth from difference servers in Philippines and other country.
Not bad, because I’m getting a bandwidth of 0.28 mbps (average)
January 27, 2010 13:00 H