Keeping in touch with friends and families couldn’t get any easier with Cebu Pacific’s CEB WiFi Kit, a rentable and portable device for passengers who need roaming and web access services throughout their trip.
In partnership with Big Sky Nation, the CEB WiFi Kit allows travellers to enjoy unlimited data roaming in the country with up to 4G/LTE speeds. It can connect to up to five devices and can also function as a power bank.
“Staying connected is now a must-have in every traveller’s journey. From navigation apps to posting pictures, every journey is made more convenient and memorable with constant internet access,” said Candice Iyog, Cebu Pacific Vice President for Marketing and Customer Experience. “The CEB WiFi Kit is a cost-efficient and convenient alternative to buying temporary SIM cards that would require changing settings on mobile phones.”
The CEB WiFi Kit is available for flights arriving and departing from the Ninoy Aquino International Airport Terminal 3. Passengers may book a kit online as an add-on to their flights. International travellers visiting the Philippines can claim their rented devices at the designated booth located at the Arrival Hall at the airport.
The CEB WiFi Kit comes with a hard-shell case, a USB cable, an embedded battery pack, and a user manual. Daily rental rates vary according to the destination and the rental period, plus a refundable security deposit of PHP4,000 (approx. SGD107). Zone 1, which covers all the Cebu Pacific destinations in Asia, except Brunei and the United Arab Emirates, costs P450.00 (approx. SGD12) a day; while Zone 2, covering CEB destinations in Australia and Guam, is available for only P550.00 (approx. SGD15).
Before departing from Manila, CEB WiFi kit renters can return the device and claim their deposit at its booth before the international boarding gates at NAIA Terminal 3.
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