In its aim of ushering a new and better mobile experience to its customers, Smart has recently announced its newest Signature Postpaid Plans, all designed to deliver a Prioritized, Worry-Free, and In-Control postpaid experience.

With Smart’s Signature Postpaid Plans, users are guaranteed priority on the fastest LTE network in the country, combined with generous Data allocation, calls and texts to any network, and convenient access to the myPLDT Smart App, so users can easily manage and monitor their plans, and other exclusive features.

To provide a simpler way of looking at its offerings, Smart Signature comes in four sizes, Small, Medium, Large, and Extra Large. All packed with generous open access data allocation suited for today’s data-savvy users. They also come with unlimited calls to Smart, Sun and TNT,  AnyNet call minutes to PLDT landline and other networks, and unlimited texts to all networks.

Apart from its SIM-Only plans, Smart is also offering Signature Plans that come with devices. You can choose from a wide range of smartphones, including Samsung’s Galaxy S10 series and HUAWEI’s P30 Series, bundled with big allocations for data along with calls, and texts.

Smart Signature also features real-time billing and usage alerts, and notifies users when they are close to reaching their given data allocation for the month, or their call limit. When fully consumed, they can simply avail of Data or Call Boosters, exclusive to Smart Signature Plans.

For more convenience, Smart Signature subscribers also have access to the myPLDT Smart App, which allows them to monitor and manage their usage in real time, and avail of Data or Call Boosters as necessary.

Customers can sign up with the new Smart Signature Plans as a new subscriber, or upgrade their existing Smart Postpaid Plan for free, at select Smart Stores nationwide.

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Emman has been writing technical and feature articles since 2010. Prior to this, he became one of the instructors at Asia Pacific College in 2008, and eventually landed a job as Business Analyst and Technical Writer at Integrated Open Source Solutions for almost 3 years.

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