Smart subscribers will soon have more reasons to stay in touch with friends and loved ones as the mobile leader is set to roll out Smart Express Call 50, which offers calls to any network for as low as P1 per minute.
Smart Express Call 50 will provide subscribers with 50 minutes of all-net calls, valid for 3 days, essentially bringing down the cost of calling your family and friends on any network to only P1 per minute. Smart subscribers will be able to enjoy Smart Express Call 50 as an add-on to top Smart Prepaid offers, boosting Smart’s already feature-packed data, call, and text promos.
Also for postpaid subscribers
The P1 per minute all-net call rates shall also be made available for Smart Postpaid subscribers who may enjoy the rates on top of their existing plan.
TNT and Sun shall also roll out similar offers, allowing users to conveniently boost their existing TNT and Sun promos with 5 minutes of all-net calls for only P5.
The upcoming offer is in line with Smart’s thrust to provide Filipinos with meaningful connections through innovative mobile products and services.
With Smart’s lowest all-net call rates at only P1 per minute, subscribers are set to enjoy greater flexibility, allowing them to keep their loved ones within reach – whether to check on everyone’s activities, confirm an item on the grocery list, or just relay an important concern when the need arises – without having to worry about the cost.
It will also allow users to keep their bond with friends stronger and more personal through frequent catch-up calls and random chats, and set aside work-related worries because they could easily reach out to colleagues for any pressing matter.
Once rolled out, Smart Express Call 50 will also come in very handy such as when there is a need to relay directions to an Uber driver, confirm details with a local Airbnb host, or reach out to top establishments via their mobile numbers.
Watch out for the launch of Smart’s lowest all-net call rates by following Smart’s official social media accounts on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. (Press Release)