Was trying to log in to the Life At 5 Mbps website earlier, and I was greeted by this banner in the homepage:
By the way, the homepage I’m referring to is now redirected to consumable.skybroadband.com.ph.
It appears that Sky Broadband is now offering double the 5Mbps I’m currently subscribed to — at 10Mbps, but at a P300.00 premium, or a total of P1,299.00 per month.
If only could Sky Broadband truly deliver to the promise of a reliably consistent speed at 10Mbps, nevermind the monthly bandwidth limit of 15GB, I could have gladly signed up for this new plan — and not the type of speed I’m actually getting while currently subscribed to 5Mbps:
In fact, I’m lucky enough if I’m getting the above speed. Oftentimes, I can’t even get Speedtest.net to load.
Now, what’s the use of subscribing to those high-speed plans with bandwidth cap in effect, but only getting a sub-par speed that you’re actually better off subscribed to the basic 1.5Mbps plan with unlimited bandwidth instead?