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Postpaid plans allow you to access different services with your smartphone for a set monthly price. Different than prepaid plans, providers give you access to services and you must pay afterwards at the end of the month. Because of this pay-after-you-use arrangement, you must stay with the postpaid plan for a certain ‘lock-in’ period. Also, if you use more than you are granted, you will be charged with extra fees which will be added to your bill.
Postpaid plans give their users a bundle of different services which usually include text messages, calls, and consumable data. Many plans also offer a variety of extras, for example, extra consumable data for YouTube, Facebook, and other online activities. Depending on your plan, the featured services may be limited or unlimited. However, some providers offer unlimited services (e.g. texts, calls) only to other members of their network.
With postpaid plans, you will pay for the previous period (usually 1 month). At the end of this period, you will receive your bill which will list all remaining costs that need to be settled. If you only made use of your plan’s included services, this should only be your plan’s monthly price. On top of this basic fee, you may be charged for additional excess fees. These can include additional promos you booked throughout the month, costs of a handset you chose along with your plan or services (texts, calls, data) which exceeded your monthly allowance. After receiving the bill your balance must be settled before the due date, otherwise, you risk your services being blocked. The providers offer various forms of cash and non-cash payment options.
Lock-in periods for standard postpaid plans are usually 6 months. If you wish to add a smartphone to your plan the lock-in period will be raised to 24 or 30 months, depending on the smartphone model.
Yes, all providers offer the option of adding a new smartphone along with the postpaid plan. However, adding a smartphone to your plan will cause additional monthly fees as well as an initial cash-out.
Of course, it is very important to focus on the price of a postpaid plan, you needn’t look at plans that are beyond your budget. But you also need a plan that will satisfy your needs, otherwise, you might inexpectedly end up paying extra for further services. Depending on your habits you will require different amounts of data, text messages and calls.

You can find out how much you need through prior experience. For example your current pre- or postpaid plan can help and serve as and indicator. Furthermore, it helps to know what you need your data for or who you text and call. Choosing the same provider as most of your friends and family may be beneficial and give you free texts and calls. Also, consider what you do online and what you require data for. You should look at data plans according to these activities.
Yes, you can. However, you will be charged extra per minute/message. For very few texts/calls this won’t amount to much but if you will be calling/texting outside of your plan a lot, you should consider topping-up on your plan with promos that cover these extra calls/texts. All providers offer different promos which are similar to their prepaid promos.
Exceeding your monthly allowance in most cases will not stop you from being able to access your services. However, these services may be charged extra: for calls per minute, text messages per message, data access per MB or 15 mins online. If you don’t watch out, this can cause high extra fees and cause your monthly bill to be much higher than originally planned.

The different providers have promos which you can subscribe to if you wish to top-up on your plans current allowance. This allows you to be in charge of how much you will be paying on top of your regular monthly charge and to choose the services that you will be needing. In most cases, these promos can also carry into your next billing period if they last longer than the remaining time.
Exceeding your plan's limits and ending up with a larger bill than you signed up for is always an unwelcome surprise.

1) Choose a plan which is most in line with your personal needs. That way you make sure that on a regular basis you will not end up paying extra and if at all it won’t be much.

2) Check your usage regularly. Along with your postpaid plan, you can set up a user account. Their you can your usage in real-time and see how you are fairing with your plan. Usually, you will be noticed shortly before you reach a certain service’s limit. This reminder should be taken seriously.

3) Be aware of your limits! Not having to load your balance and get promos may give you the feeling of having unlimited access. This, of course, is not true, and excess usage can lead to shocking extra fees.
Yes, in order to get started with your postpaid plan you will have to apply by providing a set of information. Providers will demand the same information, however, the exact form in which they wish to receive this information may vary. You must provide:

1) at least one form of proof of identification (e.g. driver’s license, company ID, passport)

2) proof of billing address (e.g. valid ID with address, public utility bill, notarized contract of lease)

3) proof of sufficient income (e.g. computerized 1-month payslip, credit card, Certificate of Employment and Compensation).

Foreigners may also be required to provide additional information (e.g. I-Card, DOLE Employment Permit, Immigration Certificate of Registration). All information provided must be the latest copy and valid. Proof of identification must contain a photo of the ID holder.