Friday, July 03, 2009 | Posted in ,

I heard from a friend of mine the newest promo of Smart Communications, SMART Unlimited Calls! You won't believe right? But it's true! Smart Communications offers ultimate unlimited calls from June 26 to September 30, 2009!

- No need to buy a new SIM or change your number!
- Call all you want to the biggest network!
- Enjoy Nationwidest coverage!

made anytime of the day. SMARTalk’s unlimited calls do not apply to roaming, international transactions The promo is open to all Buddy subscribers nationwide. Subscriber must have the minimum balance required. Unlimited calling only applies to local calls made within the Smart network and to calls made to other network

SMARTalk's available in P 100 for 5 days and P 500 for 30 days

To call just dial *6400 + 11 digit SMART number. Ex. *640009191234567

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2 responses to "SMART's Newest Promo: SMARTalk's Unlimited Calls"

  1. ehya On August 26, 2009 at 11:39 PM

    SMARTALK IS FAKE. wanna know why? according to Consumer group Consumer Complaints Center, Inc. has filed a complaint with the Department of Trade and Industry (DTI) against Smart Communications, Inc.’s promo "Smartalk," calling it "deceptive" and "confusing." Consumer Complaints Center President Vicente F. Gambito said his group has been receiving complaints about smartalk on the supposed poor service of the unlimited voice call promo smartalk. Mr. Gambito claimed the service bogged down during the first two weeks of implementation of smartalk, and that the *6400 service was unavailable for reasons such as the "phone was unattended" or "phone is outside of the coverage area", but a connection could be made to an non Smartalk number using a regular call without the use of the prefix *6400 of smartalk. Also, attempts to subscribe to Smartalk during the period only resulted in receiving delayed messages saying the promo was unavailable at the time the registration was made.

     
  2. Shen On September 5, 2009 at 9:30 AM

    The Telco companies in our country are offering us low quality services. Have you read their Terms of Service? They event make you agree that they are not liable for the quality of service that they offer. That is plain bullshit!