Another treat from Sun Cellular!

Sun Cellular is giving away free Android phones plus more incentives and discounts under its new unlimited plans to thank subscribers for making Sun No.1 in the postpaid business with almost 1.1 million postpaid subscribers and counting.

Sun’s new offerings include the revolutionary Call & Surf 999 plan which comes with one free Android phone, unlimited mobile Internet and calls and texts; and Sun Call & Surf Group Plan 1,499. This plan offers 1 Call & Surf Plan plus 2 Sun Plan 350 lines. Sun Plan 350 comes with a free phone, unlimited calls and texts, and 250 texts to other networks. With the Call & Surf Group Plan 1,499, the subscriber gets a bundled discount of P200 per month. This comes on top of the huge savings that Sun has come to be known for.

The company also introduced its Plan 450 which has Sun’s lowest IDD and international SMS rates for heavy IDD users and businesses. “We are giving back to the public for helping us breach the 1 million mark by offering special plans, discounts and incentives with every postpaid subscription from November 1 to December 31, 2010,” said Ricky Peña, VP for Postpaid, Broadband and New Business. “We are also introducing new plans that will crack the market wide open for affordable smartphones,” Peña adds.

Sun’s leadership in the postpaid market is seen to continue since the company gets seven out of every 10 new postpaid subscribers. “Our true unlimited surf and call and text rates and services are unmatched. These are permanent products, not short-lived promos. Our subscribers continue to grow because mobile phone and internet users realize Sun is offering best-value communication bundles using the latest network infrastructure with nationwide coverage,” Peña said.

The company, which has a total subscriber base of more than 15 million including prepaid,
enables subscribers to save an average of 50 percent on communication costs.

Sun Cellular, which now has 7,000 cell sites all over the country, pioneered the unlimited call and text services in 2004.