Wednesday, October 17

PLDT Telpad: The Best Thing to Happen

Changes. Upgrades. Improvements. The largest telecommunication company in the Philippines, PLDT, knows exactly the need of every family. This is the reason why they have reinvented the old and boring landline phones. PLDT is proud to present the brand new, high-tech and all-in-one PLDT Telpad.


There are 1,001 reasons to upgrade your landline to the newest PLDT Telpad.

PLDT Telpad offers many advantages to all its subscribers. It is a complete package of a telephone and tablet. With this latest innovation, subscribers can make calls, take advantage of Android apps, browse the internet, view updated videos, scan beautiful photos, enjoy lovely music, play exciting games and get exclusive access to other PLDT services. 


The Android tablet makes it possible for you to do almost anything at the convenience of your own home. You can use the PLDT Telpad to check your emails and messages from the ones you love all over the world. There are also social networking sites such as Facebook and Twitter which can be accessed directly from the landline and tablet all-in-one. If browsing for videos and photos make you happy, this newest invention can also satisfy your needs. 

Aside from all these, you can also play the best games from the Android market for free. For busy moms out there, PLDT Telpad allows you to organize your schedule and appointments. Most importantly, the Telpad can create a more unique and stronger bonds between the members of the family.

See? All things are possible with PLDT Telpad (Telephone + Tablet in One)!


The PLDT Telpad is the best thing to happen for a law student and blogger like me. Plus, there's more! This landline phone and Android tablet all-in-one allows me to get connected to my dad who is currently working abroad. With this amazing innovation, I can now get in touch with Papa 24/7. I can call him anytime via Skype or leave him a message via Facebook. Long distance calls can also be done conveniently.

Thank you PLDT Telpad for making all these amazing things possible. You do not only bridge the miles from the ones we love. You also help us build dreams.

So, what are you waiting for? UPGRADE TO PLDT TELPAD NOW!


If it's not too much, please vote for me here: http://telpad.pldthome.com/bloggerspromo.aspx

Just view the gallery and find for my name "Algene Cutamora". Then click "I wanna get a Telpad."

When you vote for me and sign up for a Telpad upgrade online, you will get a 16GB Micro SD card as an incentive. 

Thank you! With so much love, The Coffee Chic.

135 comments:

  1. I'm actually interested to try this one Gene. I'll check this out tomorrow when I go to PLDT.

    Thanks for sharing. I'm just wondering if this is a sponsored post or random post lang. LOL

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  2. hmm, I wonder how much would this cost? I am thinking this may be a good gift for my father :)

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  3. That's such a cool gadget! I can't wait to have one installed in my place when we come home for good.

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  4. actually, pldt customer service has been calling from time to time asking me if I want to upgrade to this one.. I'm seriously thinking about it and i want to know kung sulit sya..

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  5. Voted for you Gene:) Good luck! Campaign ta para mudaog jud...

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  6. If ever I will get rid of my Globe contract then I will go for this one. Hanep sa features.

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  7. I will tell my mom back home to check on this. Thanks.

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  8. We are so wanting to have one too. But too bad it's not offered in our area yet. Hope it will be offered soon.

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  9. very cool update, no wonder my brother has an internet connection lately, i'm sure he knows more about this upgrade can't wait to ask him more..thank you for the info

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  10. wow, sounds like a great opportunity!

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  11. When I first saw its commercial I was magnetized. You can go both online and landline. Nice product from PLDT!

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  12. This is COOL. PLDT is keep on upgrading their phone. And this is good news to all.

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  13. Awesome idea! It makes communicating even easier! (Erin K)

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  14. revisiting. Had ask my kumpare(he works at PLDT) personally about this package. His reply, swak daw ito sa panlasa ng masa.

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  15. cool gadget. I already have those options.

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  16. awesome! PLDT keeping up with the times. Great changes!

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  17. I'm now tempted to upgrade to PLDT telpad. It would really add more feature to your land line.

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  18. That looks like exactly something I need! A mix of both work and play!

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  19. wow! what a great invention! glad to know PLDT is still soaring high in the Philippines. :)

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  20. this is great news hope it gets to my area soon

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  21. Wow, that is fancy! I would love to try this!

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  22. I've been a subscriber of PLDT since the 90's for phone and 2002 for dsl, they kept asking me to upgrade and just add Php500 and get the gadget for free..but I can't afford as of now since my monthly bill for them is 2.7k a month and my net is 2MB already..:)

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  23. What a cool product! It is definitely making landlines appealing again.

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  24. This looks like an amazing product! Thanks for the review!

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  25. Thanks for the information. New tech items are a constant.

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  26. wow thats a awsome product didnt know they had something like that

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  27. wow, this is really nice...:) i should tell this to my brother, maybe they are interested to have like this at home. :)

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  28. What! This looks really cool.

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  29. Hey good luck with this one.

    Regarding PLDT, it sucks that some condominium buildings (like mine) do not allow PLDT to install lines. I have to say, they have the best broadband around; due to contract restrictions, I have to use a sub-standard wireless Internet service. I miss my PLDT Internet.

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  30. We got a call and told that we qualify for the upgrade. Only, our budget doesn't permit us to do so! But I oh so want the Telpad. COol!

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  31. I just got my telpad the other day i think or last week. So far so good. I'm honestly happy with it. hehe

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  32. I must upgrade urgent!!! I have to wait it arrived to my country :)

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  33. this is very interesting.

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  34. This looks great - combining phone and tablet

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  35. This is the first time I've hears of this. Would like to have it at home.

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  36. Never heard of this, but looks cool
    2dogs5catscrew@att.net

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  37. I heard about PLDT and I am sold that they are a good company to be used for your telecommunications thing...

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  38. I've been hearing about Telpad for several months now. Convenience wise, I think this technology is really a must-have.

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  39. This is new to me, and something I have been expecting to come into the marketplace. But now is not a time for me to possibly switch.

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  40. What a really nice device to use called the Telpad. Sounds like it could really help me! Real cool item!

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  41. When I saw the commercial I was very intrigued. Looks like a really cool product!

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  42. wow now I really feel out of the loop. i don't even have a tablet. LOL

    myfreebi3s at yahoo dot com

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  43. awesome device! thanks for the review.
    rounder9834 @yahoo.com

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  44. Haven't heard of this device, but it looks very cool.

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  45. Wow that looks pretty cool, reminds me of the video phones they have for those that are deaf.

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  46. This is indeed an improvement from the PLDT phones most of us are familiar with.

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  47. Wow -- PLDT Telpad looks kool -- will check it out!

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  48. Wish you luck on the telpad in advance and hope it serves you well.

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  49. This sounds like such a great product... wonder why it's taken so long? We never use our house phone anymore, but with this, I'm sure I'd use it more often.

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  50. I've never heard of this. We just have an ordinary land line through our cable company. So much new technology and I'm always several years behind.

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  51. I've never heard of this, but it seems like such a great idea. I'd love to have one for the kitchen.

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  52. This is so awesome! I'd love to have this for myself. How cool that it's a telephone and a tablet. Very convenient.

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  53. wow this looks interesting I would love to try one of these.

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  54. this ias a cool machine--now someone needs to have a giveaway with it(hint)

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  55. I'm sorry but PLDT sucks big time. 14 complaints and nothing happened. One of the worst companies ever.

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  56. I hadn't seen this before. It's rather intriguing!

    CINDY B on rafflecopter

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  57. Sana nga may ganyan na rin sa probinsya namin. wala kasing landline saamin. dapat ang pldt pumunta na rin saamin.

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  58. My dad was telling me about this! How awesome is this!

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  59. But you can't take it away from your house? Don't think it's for me.

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  60. Pldt monopolizes the telephone industry and there are pros and cons. So far they are the best phone provider.They are always into new technologies for the best.

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  61. I've never heard of this, but this looks pretty innovative. If I had a landline, I could see my family using it.

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  62. So neat, I've never heard of this, thanks for sharing the info!

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  63. Looks awesome. These would be so helpful at work. Maybe I can talk my boss into buying all of us one, haha.

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  64. Wow! I've never heard of this. TY for the review.

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  65. This looks awesome but is it expensive?

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  66. This is super cool!!! I want one! Better start dropping hints to the hubs for Christmas!

    krazed79@yahoo.com

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  67. Awesome product! It looks like a really neat idea, would love to sign up for this but unfortunately, I cannot get a landline service thru them because I've got a bundle and , well my phone is free :)

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  68. I want this!!! My son will definitely leave my laptop alone and just use the telpad. Then I can work in peace. Hah! Good idea PLDT!

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  69. I have never heard of this but after reading this blog post I am sure I would love it. Going to let my husband read & let him know I WANT!!

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  70. PLDT looks great.It's the best phone and tablet!

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  71. Wow! It's amazing how far technology has come! This looks so cool!

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  72. When this was being newly promoted (especially on TV), I wanted to get one immediately. But we didn't push through with our purchase since we weren't really landline users in the house anymore. No one rarely uses the landline, except for important calls. I mean, if basing on internet usage.. most of my family already have computers and mobile phones to their disposal. Anyway, this is a handy electronic tool still.

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  73. That is so cool, Algene. with the TelPad, landline will be a popular means of communication again.

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  74. I would like this

    Stephanie Foster

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  75. Cool! That's why PLDT always keep ahead from it's competitor due to it's innovative solutions. For sure people will love to switch from this new offering from PLDT.

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  76. i actually want to upgrad sa pldt since most of my friends told me na sulit naman daw.. :)

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  77. So cool! I am very interested to switch to Telpad pronto. Thanks for this interesting info, Algene.

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  78. I was eye-ing this one before, yet PLDT find our place way too far from the city proper, need to stick with the local ISP

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  79. thats really really cool! i would have a BLAST with that lol

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  80. That's such a cool gadget

    Kristie Betts

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  81. Wow this really looks like a fantastic product! Thanks for the review :)

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  82. Jen Boehme
    Never heard of this company before. I do all this now with my computer and can use a keyboard to do the typing.

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  83. Wow, this is really making me rethink my landlines and whether or not i'll need a cell phone once the baby comes. SOOO useful!

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  84. This sounds really interesting. I have never heard of it before.

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  85. Wow, this look amazing, I've never heard of it before. I'm so behind the times apparently :)

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  86. Hm...interesting, but not SURE I'd want one.

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  87. This might actually inspire me to GET a landline! :)

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  88. Dayumm! This is so cool! I want one too.

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  89. this is good news, an all in one access to the world.. Congratulations pldt! i will share it to my friends who have pldt landlines...Yahweh bless

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  90. Everyone in the business world is competing. Every minute, every hour of the day, the staff of any technology company is cracking their heads to upgrade their product and PLDT is one of them. This PLDT TelPad is the result. It has a long, long way to go. I believe there are more innovation for this communication technie.

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  91. Very neat, and futuristic. But would have to do my hair and makeup before screen calls though.

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  92. i wish to avail of this package but I'm afraid it's not possible because PLDT disapproved our line transfer from our old address to the new which had been blacklisted.

    Good luck to you. This post may be the winning entry.

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  93. This is wild! I can't believe they technology they have today!

    april yedinak

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  94. Look like a great gadget to have

    Ted Kooper
    fwdsd45 @gmail.com

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  95. I had never heard of the Telipad before, but it sounds really neat. I'm more than happy with my iPad, even though the Telipad does more, so I'm not really interested in acquiring one. Thanks for sharing. I did vote - good luck!!

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  96. Very Nice something different to have. Thank You Jerri Davis

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  97. i wonder how much would it cost to upgrade into this thing? it would probably not cheap. i am guessing that only the rich can update to telpad. but it sure is cool! i like all its specs. thanks for sharing!

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  98. awesome! I've never heard of thisbefore!

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  99. So techy and I'm so not! lol Would love to be that girl, but money is too tight right now. Maybe someday I can play with my own pldt! :)

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  100. awesome. love that it's all in one.

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  101. It does look like a very cool gadget

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  102. I'll have to check into this a little further...with the hubby. Sounds interesting.


    Thanks for the giveaway!
    Robin Bouza
    robin_bouza@yahoo.com


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  103. With the tablet being android, then PLDT is really a 'thing'. It's changing for the better, eh?

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  104. thought about it, then changed my mind...it's an added expense since we already have a wifi.

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