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Smart launches Flexi Call & Text Abroad with affordable rates

PLDT wireless subsidiary Smart Communications, Inc. has launched Flexi Call & Text Abroad, a simpler and more affordable way for Filipinos to keep in touch with their loved ones abroad.

Available to Smart Prepaid and TNT subscribers, Flexi Call & Text Abroad offers international call rates for as low as P2 per minute, and international texts for as low as P5 per message. By combining international calls and texts into one offer, Flexi Call & Text Abroad makes it easier for customers to register without having to memorize multiple keywords and access codes to avail of both services.

To register, simply dial *123#, select Balance/Services > International Services > FLEXI CALL & TEXT ABROAD. There are also three denominations to choose from: P50 valid for 15 days, P100 valid for 30 days, and P300 valid for 45 days.

With Flexi Call & Text Abroad, subscribers won't need to worry about maxing out their regular load while calling or texting abroad. Plus, with the option to switch between calls and texts anytime, users can enjoy their conversations with their loved ones whether through a long catch-up call or a series of heartwarming messages.

Flexi Call & Text Abroad covers Australia, Bahrain, Bangladesh, Brunei, Canada, China, Denmark, France, Germany, Guam, Hawaii, Hongkong, India, and Indonesia.

The offer also covers Israel, Japan, Kuwait, Macau, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Northern Mariana, Puerto Rico, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, South Korea, Spain, Sweden, Taiwan, Thailand, UAE, UK, USA (Mainland), and Vietnam.    

For more details on Smart’s products and services, follow Smart’s official accounts on Facebook at www.fb.com/SmartCommunications and Twitter and Instagram at @LiveSmart.

Topics: Smart Communications Inc. , Flexi Call & Text Abroad , promo
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