If there is anything a work from home mom (with being a virtual assistant as a part time job) needs, it is a decent internet connection. Our home is currently wired with two postpaid subscription via PLDT myDSL and another broadband provider. The other two that we make use of are prepaid lines. All of which cannot compare to PLDT myDSL.
fresh speedtest report
It was in January 2009, when I blogged about dropping a broadband subscription for PLDT myDSL Bundle Plan 1299. The package that came with the plan was the telephone line and an internet speed (DSL) originally with up to 512Kbps. The speed has since upgraded from 512Kbps to 768Kbps around September last year without hike on my monthly bill. Sweet! We are past our second year with PLDT myDSL and I cannot be more satisfied. One of the few times I had trouble with my internet speed was when our place got flooded with Ondoy, which was only but understandable. They were able to fix the problem in no time. Turned out that a wire from the box where we are connected is grounded of sorts. If there were other issues with my connection, I got their technical team on it in no time.
With PLDT myDSL launching its own WiFi Modem, subscribers can start to enjoy their high speed connections at home without being tied down to a LAN cable. This is going to be the first modem and WiFi router in one and something our tiny home could really make use of. No more separate router from the modem.
This two in one, sleek, innovative and future ready WiFi Modem is available with PLDT myDSL bundled plans 990 and 1299. For those who would go beyond just portability, subscribers of myDSL Plans 999, 1995 and 3000 get to avail for themselves of a modem that can accommodate up ot four wired and multiple wireless connections. Some say nothing is better than a wired connection.
But for someone who has been with PLDT myDSL for more than a couple of years, wired or not (yes, we have been using a router since), all the gadgets that we have around the house (Android phones, N8, netbooks and iPad) work on satisfactory speed via WiFi. That I can vouch for. 🙂