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April 27, 2018

GOOD NEWS: Its Now Free to Use YouTube For Smart User

Filipinos can now enjoy watching any video on YouTube every day starting April 25 until July 15. This free internet service is provided by Smart in partnership with YouTube. Each day, TNT, Smart and Sun prepaid customers can access YouTube for 1 hour for free.



All the user need to do is register to Smart load packages such as GigaSurf 50, GigaSurf99, AllOutSurf 30 and 99, Panalo Data 30, Super Combo 20, Panalo Combo 30, and Big Time Data 70. As long as they are registered to the mentioned promos, they can enjoy YouTube streaming without incurring any data charges. Users have the choice to consume the one hour in one sitting or at different times of the day.

This means that if a user is subscribed to a 3 day or 7-day promo, they will be able to use the free 1 hour YouTube streaming for 3 or 7 days. They don't need to pay any additional fee as long as they are registered to a promo. At the same time, users don't need to spend the one-hour free time in one sitting. Users can watch 30 minutes in the morning, 14 minutes in the afternoon and 16 minutes at night without getting additional charges.

YouTube is one of the leading streaming sites in the world. Many Filipinos love watching YouTube to watch replays of their favorite show and be updated with the lives of YouTubers they love. Some of the popular YouTubers in today's time include Wil Dasovich, Alodia, Alex Gonzaga, Kris Aquino and so much more.

Smart Communications, Inc. is also one of the biggest network companies in the Philippines. They provide great internet packages with fast LTE network so it is not surprising if many users prefer to continue using their services. According to a report published by GMA Network, OpenSignal, a mobile analytics firm, has recognized the company as the best company providing LTE download speed, 4G latency performance in the country last March.

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