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Sky Cable Now Offers Mobile Internet Via Skymobi


A new mobile broadband provider?

Sky Cable has officially taken off the wraps off of their new mobile internet service, dubbed Skymobi. The new service gives users mobile internet via a mobile router, though subscribers of the service can also stick the SIM card provided by Sky Cable into a phone to send SMS messages and to make calls.

The service starts at Php 799 a month which nets you up to 3GB of data, with promised speeds of up to 12 mbps. If 3GB a month isn’t enough, you can opt to go to a higher plan, priced at Php 1099 for 5GB. There’s also options to add additional data in plans if users wish, with Php 30 netting you 100MB while Php 299 gets you 1GB. If you don’t opt for the additional data buckets, your account will be charged Php 1 per 1MB of data over the monthly allocation.

We’ve attached the text and call rates for Skymobi below:

Skymobi rates


John Nieves

John is a veteran technology and gadget journalist with more than 10 years of experience both in print and online. When not writing about technology, he frequently gets lost in the boonies playing soldier.


  1. Para sa akin lng, mas gusto ko mababa speed (E.g. 2mbps) pero walang data cap. Anu magagawa mo sa 3GB per month? Sandali lng ubusin ng panunuod ng aldub sa youtube yan e

  2. Josss ko…. globe nanaman yung linya nila… kailan kaya yung abscbnmobile at tong skymobi nato maging independent from globe?

  3. combo 70 pesos ng globe 1GB per week. average speed. lumalabas na 480pesos 4GB per month.

    tama, sa aldub youtube ubos na yung offer ng sky cable. pero baka walang data cap kung si vice ganda panoorin mo

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