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As schools are now compelled to provide education via the internet, hands-on mothers can rely on a back-up home broadband connection to ensure their children’s continuous access to online learning resources at home.   


When they subscribe to SKY Fiber AlterNet, they no longer have to stress out whenever their primary internet provider experiences abrupt glitches nor do they have to spend hours waiting for technical assistance. This means their children can go on with their Zoom classes as they stream via the plan’s unlimited internet connection. 


This postpaid back-up broadband plan is available for only P199 a month and it comes with a base speed of 1.5Mbps and a high-speed modem.   


If heavier tasks must be done such as downloading course materials, answering a timed quiz, and streaming high-definition videos, they can opt to increase their speed by topping-up 25Mbps, 50Mbps, or 100Mbps. They can choose between a five-day speed top-up for as low as P249 or a 15-day speed top-up for as low as P699.     


Pinay mommy vlogger, Haidee Dacanay, can attest to the benefits of having a SKY Fiber AlterNet plan at home. 


“My daughter, Hazel, is a college student at U.P Diliman and she’s taking a tough course. As a parent, I’d do everything to support her education most especially during these tough times where she has no choice but to continue her studies at home. There are challenges with this set-up most especially when it comes to internet connection. Sometimes Hazel struggles to keep up with her Zoom lectures whenever our connection slows down. This is why I decided to subscribe to SKY Fiber AlterNet, to make her home study less stressful. Now that we have a back-up connection, we can go on with our daily online tasks without worrying,” said Haidee.  


With the peace of mind that the SKY Fiber AlterNet brings, it surely is a must-have in a productive school at home setup.   


To ensure your children’s uninterrupted studies, equip yourself with the SKY Fiber AlterNet plan by visiting It is now available in Metro Manila, Rizal, Cavite, Laguna, Bulacan, Cebu & Davao.   


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