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How to Increase Speed Internet Broadband Philippines – Smart Bro Share IT and Canopy Features

Swerte Ka Ba Today?

Most probably you are one of the millions of internet users who whine about your internet speed. Well you are not alone because many people are also looking for a solution on how to increase speed internet broadband.


Although we are fading away from the slow internet connections of dial up, it seems that we are not getting enough bandwidth that we have been paying for. That is why I will give you some tips how to increase speed your internet with some tweaks on your desktop.

First, you have to make sure that you maintain cookies in your browsers. Cookies are small files that website input to your browser so that when you visit the same site, it will load faster.

Second, do not overwhelm your internet speed. As much as possible, open only about 3 windows when surfing. Multiple open windows will slow down internet speed.

Third, clean up your pc. There might be viruses, malwares, spaywares that slow down your internet connection. Remove them using some antivirus and free spyware cleaners.

Lastly, get the internet plan that you can afford. You cannot possibly get 2mbps of internet speed if you only paid for 1mbps.

How to increase speed internet broadband can make your internet life much happier. Some of my trusted internet service providers with reliable connections are Smart Bro Share IT and Smart Bro plan 999. There is a new product Smart WiMax but I am yet to try it myself.


  1. We paid 1k per month for 4mbps but when you download something you see the download rate and it shows only 20kbps of min. and 50 kbps max.(afternoon only) nad at night 40 kpbs. min. and 100 kpbs max. How do i fix this to make my internet speed to 4mbps? (sorry for my bad english)

    Comment by Mr.ious — February 19, 2011 @ 4:22 pm

  2. Hello,
    I am not sure if smart is offering 1K for 4mbps, what plan are did you get? Thanks.

    Comment by riantalk — February 20, 2011 @ 12:54 am

  3. Smart BRO. when we inquired to them they said that we can connecc to the internet with 4mbps.

    Comment by Mr.ious — February 20, 2011 @ 8:55 pm

  4. There is no such thing as 4mbps offering. The minimum household allocated speed as of this moment is 2mbps for standard plans in smart, globe or sun.

    Comment by riantalk — February 20, 2011 @ 11:53 pm

  5. so you mean its fake? even if its 2mbps i dont get that speed though. as i said i just only got max of 50 kbps(day time) max of 100 kpbs (night time)

    Comment by Mr.ious — February 21, 2011 @ 9:30 pm

  6. i think all of the isp in the philippines provide only about 10% of the actual bitrate… example 2mbps is equivalent to 200kbps… tried and tested it on smart bro my max kbps when using bittorrents is 190 kbps and the 10 kbps goes to the upload… in downloads it varies from the source, sometimes i get all the 200kbps somethings only 20kbps… smartbro is good for surfing the net but not good for online games… i also have an alternative isp just incase that my smartbro messed up… i have a pldt broadband i think its a 768kbps its ok in browsing the net but goes well in online games… heres an example of how i get to know if its good in online games…
    counterstrike: source steam
    smartbro – latency is – 350 – 450
    pldt broadband – latency is – 230 -260
    its on the same server… so thats my observation i hope it helps…

    – oh yeah, that 4mbps your talking about its 2mbps in smart if you want a faster internet go get a pldt bizplan… the have this 8mbps which is a whooping 50k per month if you want speed you have to pay for it… chow…

    Comment by Myojin — March 20, 2011 @ 8:06 pm

  7. how can we upgrade the browsing speed if the first plan we have taken was 384 for 999 a month to 1mbps a month ??

    Comment by aries — April 29, 2011 @ 1:05 pm

  8. Aries,
    there are no such thing as plan upgrade with Smart. All canopies (999) are automatically upgraded. In fact, 1mbps is now obsolete, everything is at 2mbps now.

    Comment by riantalk — May 1, 2011 @ 12:04 am

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