PLDT, a leader in digital services, continues its efforts to enhance the home Internet experience of Filipino families with the launch of the all-new PLDT Home WiFi, now available with family-sized data packages, also called FamLoad.

PLDT Home WiFi familyFamLoads are packed with a generous amount of data allocation, so that each family member to enjoy their favorite online activities with their home Internet. Data packs are available for daily, weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly reloading.

For only PhP199, families can avail of FAMLOAD 199, which has up to 12GB of data allocation, valid for seven days.

Choose your FamLoad

For as low as PhP15 (FAMLOAD 15), users can enjoy 1GB of data allocation valid for one day, while FAMLOAD 15 can be used as an add-on to any prepaid pack.

There’s also FAMLOAD 50 with up to 3GB of data allocation valid for 3 days, and FAMLOAD 599 which is ideal for families who prefer to reload every payday. It comes with a hefty 40GB of data allocation valid for 15 days. Bigger families with more active online activities can supersize their monthly data allocation with FAMLOAD 1499, with 100GB of data allocation valid for 30 days.

FAMOLOAD packages are available in authorized PLDT and Smart retailers, nearby sari-sari stores, telco tiangge stalls, and now, in 7-Eleven branches nationwide.

New and Improved

PLDT Home Wifi productThe PLDT Home WiFi is now available nationwide. For a one-time payment of PhP1,999, customers can purchase this device at all PLDT stores and retailers, SM branches nationwide, and authorized dealers. It comes with 10GB of data allocation valid for 7 days. Since it’s prepaid, families will no longer have to worry about lock-in periods, monthly bills, or bill shock from uncontrolled data usage.

Designed for indoor use, PLDT Home WiFi uses the 700MHz frequency, so families can enjoy seamless connection anywhere in the house. It can be connected to up to five devices including smartphones and laptops.

It’s powered by SMART LTE, the country’s fastest LTE Network, as recognized by Internet testing and analysis leader Ookla, UK-based mobile analytics firm OpenSignal and Canadian crowd-sourced mobile data company Tutela.

To find out more about PLDT Home WiFi, you can check out the latest TVC on YouTube or visit

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.