Sun Cellular

Sun Cellular
Digitel Mobile Philippines, Inc.
Sun Cellular
Type Wholly owned subsidiary of Digitel
Industry Mobile Telecommunications
Founded Manila, Philippines (2003)
Headquarters Quezon City, Philippines
Key people Manuel V. Pangilinan, Chairman
Orland Vea, President and CEO[1]
Products Postpaid/Prepaid Subscriptions
Value-Added Services
Unlimited Services
Broadband services
Parent Digital Telecommunications Philippines

Digitel Mobile Philippines, Inc., is a mobile telecommunication service provider in the Philippines doing business as Sun Cellular. The company is a wholly owned subsidiary of Digital Telecommunications Philippines, or Digitel. Digitel is in turn owned by the JG Summit Group with a minority stake held by the TeliaSonera Group. It began its operations in 2003, positioned as a latecomer in the market allowed it to put up infrastructure at lower cost.

Sun Cellular gained popularity because of its "24/7" offer of unlimited text messaging and calls for a fixed price for Sun-to-Sun transactions.

It is currently the third largest telecommunications company in the Philippines but it is now shooting of in the communications market for being the new no. 1 in terms of postpaid clients and customers.



Regular services

  • Voice Services
    • Call Types
    • Voice Mail Service
    • Call Management
  • Messaging Services
    • Local Text Messaging
    • International Text Messaging
  • Multimedia Messaging
  • GPRS
  • Data/Fax
  • 3G
    • Data
      • 10Php for 30 minutes (mobile browsing)
      • USB Data Mode



Sun Cellular's electronic prepaid reload service allows to load "Over-the-Air" via an accredited Sun Xpress Load Retailer.

It also reloads Unlimited Services, Special Loads, and Value-Added-Service Subscriptions.

Network information

CDMA2000: Mango
GSM/EDGE: 515 05/PH 05/PH Sun/SUN (1800Mhz)
UMTS: 515 05/PH 05/PH Sun/SUN (2100Mhz)

Area codes

- 922
- 923
- 932
- 933
- 942
- 943


External links

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