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PLDT wireless unit Smart Communications is setting up assisted SIM registration booths at selected McDonald’s branches all over the Philippines.

“We teamed up with McDonald’s to help more subscribers register their SIMs. As the deadline for SIM registration approaches, we hope to make the process more convenient and accessible for more mobile users,” said Alex O. Caeg, PLDT and Smart SVP and Head of Consumer Sales Group.

“We welcome this collaboration with Smart to help our customers do more of what they love, like enjoying food together and connecting with family and friends — both of which they can do at any of our branches,” said Adi Hernandez, Corporate Relations Director of McDonald’s Philippines. 

Through this initiative, Smart and TNT aim to help subscribers who may need assistance in registering their SIMs, especially senior citizens, persons with disabilities, and those using non-data phones.

This activity is part of Smart’s efforts to ensure subscribers can continuously access mobile services and enable them to make the most of every moment and live more today.

New and existing Smart Prepaid and TNT subscribers may also visit PLDT and Smart stores, or access Smart’s SIM registration portal through https://simreg.smart.com.ph/; Postpaid users can simply text YES to 5858, while Enterprise customers can confirm their registration through their authorized representatives.

McDonald’s branches with SIM registration (or visit https://smart.com.ph/Pages/sim-reg-mcdo-stg):

• Pili, Camarines Sur – April 14, 17-21, 24-26

• San Jose NE, Occidental Mindoro – April 14, 17-21, 24-26

• Quad 3, Makati City – April 14, 17-21, 24-26

• Sucat San Antonio, Paranaque City – April 14, 17-21, 24-26

• La Salle, Taft, Manila – April 14, 17-21, 24-26

• Estancia Kalibo, Aklan – April 17-21, 24-26

• Carcar, Cebu – April 17-21, 24-26

• Escario, Cebu City – April 17-21, 24-26

• Colon Osmena, Cebu City – April 17-21, 24-26

• Toledo City, Cebu – April 17-21, 24-26

• Abucay, Tacloban, Leyte – April 17-21, 24-26

• Silay, Negros Occidental – April 17-21, 24-26

• Dumaguete Business Park, Negros Oriental – April 17-21, 24-26

• Primark Caibaan, Tacloban, Leyte – April 17-21, 24-26

• Valencia, Bukidnon – April 24-26

• Panabo City, Davao Del Norte – April 17-21, 24-26

• KJC Compound, Davao City – April 17-21, 24-26

• Pampanga, Davao City – April 17-21

• Damosa, Davao City – April 17-21, 24-26

• Mati City, Davao Oriental – April 17-21, 24-26

• San Miguel, Iligan City, Lanao del Norte – April 17-21, 24-26

• Cotabato City – April 17-21, 24-26

• CDO Limketkai, Cagayan de Oro – April 17-21, 24-26

• Lagao Gensan, General Santos – April 17-21, 24-26

• Gensan Highway – April 17-21, 24-26

• Guiwan, Zamboanga City – April 17-21, 24-26

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