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Saia biasanya pakai XL Unlimited ( 49rb/30hari klo gak salah) … paket yang bisa di pakai untuk update status, upload foto, check’in foursquare, email – email dan lain – lain..

Sayang-nya kemarin lagi gak ada pulsa yang cukup sehingga gagal untuk perpanjangan. Alhasil sepertinya tidak bisa di perbaharui dan harus memilih paket XL HotRod….

Lalu, jadi penasaran, sebenarnya paket Internet Unlimited untuk user mobile saat ini bagaimana yah !?…

Setelah browsing – browsing beberapa website resmi para operator… terutama yang GSM… dapatlah hasil sebagai berikut..

1. Telkomsel

2. XL

3. Indosat

4. Axis

5. Three

Ada 5 operator GSM yang menawarkan paket internet , hampir semua menawarkan sebagai paket Internet Unlimited atau akses internet tanpa batas. Asumsi saia bahwa bisa dipakai sepuas – puas-nya untuk mengakses internet.

Dengan adanya 5 operator, tedapat hampir 8 paket internet dengan kelebihan dan kekurangan masing – masing. Lalu mana yang terbaik untuk digunakan dengan kebutuhan :

– Baca email (email provider-nya Gmail)

– Update status Facebook dan upload foto

– Check in Foursquare

– Nge’Tweet

– Browsing

dan semua bisa dilakukan menggunakan handset hp saja.. tidak perlu dijadikan sebagai modem dulu.

Suapaya gak tambah bingung, saia coba masukan dalam 1 tabel ..

Operator Paket (Masa Aktif) Tariff FUP (GB) Kecepatan (maks)
Telkomsel Pasca Bayar Flash Unlimited Basic 125000 1,5 1 Mbps
Pasca Bayar Flash Unlimited Advance 225000 3 7,2 Mbps
Pasca Bayar Flash Unlimited Pro 400000 6 7,2 Mbps
Pra Bayar 1 hari 5000 0,03 0,3 Mbps
Pra Bayar 1 hari 10000 0,06 1 Mbps
Pra Bayar 14 hari 50000 0,3 0,5 Mbps
Pra Bayar 30 hari 100000 1 1 Mbps
Pra Bayar 30 hari 200000 2,5 2 Mbps
XL Pasca / Pra 3G+ Harian 1 hari 2000 0,005 3,6 Mbps
Pasca / Pra 3G+ Mingguan 7 hari 10000 0,05 3,6 Mbps
Pasca / Pra 3G+ Bulanan 30 hari 25000 0,5 3,6 Mbps
Pasca / Pra 3G+ Bulanan 30 hari 99000 2,5 3,6 Mbps
Pasca / Pra 3G+ Bulanan 30 hari 199000 6 3,6 Mbps
Indosat Pra Bayar Harian 1 hari 5000 0,03 0,3 Mbps
Pra Bayar Mingguan 7 hari 25000 0,2 0,3 Mbps
Pra Bayar Bulanan 30 hari 50000 0,5 0,3 Mbps
Pra Bayar Harian 1 hari 10000 0,06 1 Mbps
Pra Bayar Mingguan 7 hari 50000 0,4 1 Mbps
Pra Bayar Bulanan 30 hari 100000 1 1 Mbps
Axis Pasca / Pra Unlimited Mingguan 7 hari 9900 0,1 unknown
Pasca / Pra Unlimited Bulanan 30 hari 29900 0,4 unknown
Pasca / Pra Pro Unlimited Mingguan 24900 0,25 unknown
Pasca / Pra Pro Unlimited Bulanan Basic 49000 0,5 unknown
Pasca / Pra Pro Bulanan Premium 79000 1 unknown
Pasca / Pra Pro Bulanan Ultimate 149000 2 unknown
Three Pasca / Pra Bulanan 30 hari 35000 0,5 unknown
Pasca / Pra Bulanan 30 hari 50000 1 unknown
Pasca / Pra Bulanan 30 hari 75000 2 unknown
Pasca / Pra Bulanan 30 hari 125000 5 unknown

Kesimpulan dari tabel ini ?

Agak sulit menentukannya karena ada 2 operator (Hutch dan Axis) yang kurang mencantumkan informasi maksimum kecepatan-nya.

Jika hanya melihat FUP dibanding harga, rasanya Three bisa menjadi pilihan, karena besar FUP yang diberikan bisa mencapai 5 Gb dengan harga relatif lebih “murah”.Alternatif lain paket XL, 25rb untuk 30 hari dengan FUP 0,5 Gb.

Sedangkan untuk paket – paket harian, sebaiknya di hindari saja. rasanya jadi “mahal” jika FUP-nya kurang dari 0,5 Gb.







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