Wednesday, September 23, 2009
Show some school pride with SMART BRO'S UAAP & NCAA dongles
Can't get enough with UAAP and NCAA fever? Smart Bro offers limited design of dongles that will show your love to your dearest Alma Mater. Dahil simula sa B Free event ng SMART Telecommunication sa Megatent sa Ortigas last September 19 ay officially nang pinakilala ng SMART Bro ang limited edition nila ng University Athletics Association of the Philippines (UAAP) at National Collegiate Athletes Association (NCAA) dongles with up to 5.8mbps broadband connection.
You can now growl like the University of Santo Tomas Tigers, roar like the San Beda Lions, or even soar like the Adamson University Falcons. All dongles are designed respectively by the schools itself para siguradong pasok sa mga students and mga alumni. All dongles are sold on respective schools.
According to Annie Nava, Head of Sales for SMART Telecommunication she mention that they only produce 10,000 dongles and it with the school administration if they would like to produce additional dongles to the needs of their consumers. Part ito ng advocacies ko na magkaroon ng broadband or internet connection where you want it and where you need it ito ang ang mensahe ni Nava noong nagkaroon ng chance makausap siya. Nakikita niya ang hirap ng mga students na kung saan they skip meals just to afford the use of internet on computer shows, but with Smart Bro that for as low as 10 pesos you can surf for 30 minutes with the HSPA technology and the fastest wireless broadband that is up to 5.8
Nava mentions that they will work on other schools for the production of additional personalize USBs. And she assures na marami pang events ang SMART sa mga loyal subscribers nila kaya keep posted for more.
UAAP schools are Adamson University, Ateneo de Manila University, De La Salle University, Far Eastern University, National University, University of the East, University of Santo Tomas and University of the Philippines. College of St. Benilde Collage (CSB), Jose Rizal University, Collegio de San de Letran, Mapua College, San Beda Collage, San Sebastian College, Philippine Christian University (which is on leave for the this season), Arellano University, Angeles University Foundation in Pampanga, Emilio Aguinaldo College and University of Perpetual Help for NCAA.