Here’s the thing about rainy days: Cuddling your pillows for the whole day might sound comfortable for a few hours, but after a while it gets boring. Many people will always prefer going out and basking under the sun with their buddies rather than being stuck at home with nothing to do.
Rain is one thing, but what if a typhoon comes? Not only will you have to put up with the stuff above, but you also run the risk of having all your stuff being blown away. Yes, even the pillows you cuddle so close.
So what happens in case another freak typhoon comes along and threatens to take all your stuff away like a playground bully? Being prepared is a pretty good first step. Aside from stocking up on all the canned food, first-aid kits, candles, and, if you happen to live in a flood-prone area, boats - you know, stuff that us sane people should religiously do - it also pays to make sure that the communication between you and your loved ones is maintained as well.
You can always rely on Sun Cellular to handle all your connectivity needs.
When emergency strikes, what’s the first thing that comes to your mind? If you said “my family and friends”, then congratulations for being a normal and caring person! Simply worrying about them will not do any good for your sanity, however. Ensure that you are kept connected to your closest family members or friends with Sun Cellular’s Group Plan 899, which gives you 3 phones and 3 postpaid lines for only P999/month. Each user can enjoy unlimited Sun calls and texts, while the three of you can send a total of 750 texts to other networks for free!
If you prefer Sun Cellular prepaid, load the new Text Unlimited 300. With this, you can enjoy unlimited Sun texts, 500 texts to other networks PLUS 3 hours of Sun calls and 2 hours of Smart and Talk ‘N Text calls!. All this you can enjoy for 30 days, for only Php300 - perfect for these times when a typhoon could hit our communities anytime and without warning.
Everything you need to know about the people and events (yes, including emergencies) around you can be found online, and most are easily accessible using popular social-networking sites like Facebook and Twitter. If you are the kind of person who happens to “LIKE” and “FOLLOW” all those government agencies, especially those pertaining to the weather, you can access updates posted by such organizations using Sun Alertz. For only P1/text, P15/day, P50/week, and P150/month, you can access all those important information through your Sun phone, without the need for a computer and an internet connection. Well, you will have to use a computer once though. Register and manage your own Sun Alertz account by logging on to http://alertz.suncellular.com.ph/. Do it now while you still can.
Emergencies suck – that’s a fact. The least we can do to minimize the damages caused by disasters is to be prepared, and with the services mentioned here, you can be sure that you can reach the widest selection of people close to your heart in times of need- regardless of their cellular network. Also, keep the phones charged!