Enjoy Free 1Gbps Smart WiFi Connection at NAIA Terminals

"I approached PLDT if they can provide high speed WiFi for airports - and immediately - MVP said yes."

That's what Department of Transportation Secretary Mr. Arthur Tugade shared to bloggers and members of the media via his speech during the launch of the free 1Gbps Smart WiFi service at NAIA held last Friday, September 23, 2016, at NAIA Terminal 1.

He added, "Technology is a game changer; It enhances connectivity. Thank God we have high speed WiFi."

Smart WiFi NAIA
Mr. Manny Pangilinan, Smart and PLDT Chairman (Photo Credit: @livesmart on Twitter)

Always at the forefront of providing Filipinos with the most innovative digital products and services that can allow all of us to live smart and make the smarter change, 'Smart Communications entered this public-private partnership with DOTr for the benefit of the public' -- as noted by Mr. Eric Alberto, Executive Vice President for PLDT and Smart.

Hence, starting today until the 10th of October - coinciding with the 100th day of the Duterte Administration - travelers will be able to enjoy unlimited carrier-grade 1Gbps Smart WiFi connection at all four NAIA terminals. After the said date, the service will be accessible for just one hour per device.

Smart WiFi NAIA

"All NAIA Terminals now have #SmartWiFi. We are glad there is progress," said MVP.

And what's great is that we can expect Smart Communications to continue powering this progress by partnering with the government in its efforts to keep all Pinoy connected online as they travel -- and more.

Apart from bringing Smart WiFi to all NAIA Terminals, the company will likewise make the service available to the public at eleven regional airports as well as seaports and train-stations across the archipelago.

To quote Mr. Eric Alberto, "We are on track to meeting our commitment to make #SmartWiFi available in major transport hubs. Smart WiFi will help in domestic and international tourism. This is just the beginning of our partnership."

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