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Sony Xperia Z As mobile phones increasingly become Internet access devices, wireless leader Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) also continues to offer superior call quality as it carries the widest range of High Definition (HD) voice enabled phones in the country.
Smart Bro Starter Plug It (white) and Smart Bro Power Plug It (black) Smart Bro users can now enjoy up to two times faster data connections as wireless leader Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) increases maximum download speeds for its Starter and Power Plug-Its to 7.2Mbps and 12Mbps, respectively.
Hearts and love greetings everywhere; it is Valentine’s once again—probably the busiest season in Chikka country, home of the well-loved text app Chikka Text Messenger. Times like these highlight Chikka’s mission of bringing people together—friends, families and lovers across the world—to reconnect and remind each other that despite the distance, their loved ones are simply [...]
Leading wireless services provider Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) has scheduled a lineup of events for American Idol runner-up and Filipino-American vocal powerhouse Jessica Sanchez who will be back in Manila for a series of shows and activities that will culminate in a Valentine’s concert for her Filipino fans. “We are happy to once again have [...]
Photo shows a mock-up of the Smart Infinity Chinese Prosperity SIM, unveiled by (L-R) James Chi, Marketing Manager of Smart Infinity; entrepreneur and Infinity ambassador Donnie Tantoco; Noel Lorenzana, Executive Vice President and Head of Smart’s Wireless Consumer Division; Julie Carceller, head of Smart Infinity business group; and Infinity ambassador Crickette Tantoco.
The Smart-Red Cross first aid station located at the Pastrana Park grounds in Kalibo was a refuge for festival goers who are in need of medical assistance at the Ati-Atihan festival. Smart Communications, Inc. (Smart) and the Philippine Red Cross (PRC) once again worked together during the Ati-atihan festival in Aklan, setting up first aid [...]
In emergency situations, providing reliable telecommunications access to affected communities as a humanitarian response is as critical as the urgent need for food, water, shelter and medical help.