Now if you look here, you’ll see a field technician doing his work. Those are SC connectors or Standard Connectors/Subscriber Connectors which are connected to the ports as you can see.
He just opened up the box, this one’s silver and it’s a new one. You’ll count from the bottom and you’ll see eight of them connected. And if you count 6-7, Your chances may be slim, but there is hope, go ask your neighbors if they still use that line so you could get a connection, you could trace it from there to their homes.
One of the things you need to consider in any business is the return of the investment.
Let us say you’ll be running your pisonet business for 10 hours, you’ll will have: 10hours = 600 minutes600 minutes / ( 4 minutes / 1 peso ) = PHP150 per unit If you have around 5 units, you can earn: PHP 150 * 5 = PHP 750 per day, PHP 750 * 30 days = PHP 22,500 per month, PHP 22,500 * 4 Months = PHP 90,000 pesos If we will deduct an approximate expenses in 4 months = PHP 20,000 ( Internet and Electricity Bill )Your net income in just a quarter of a year is around PHP 90,000 – 20,000 = PHP 70,000 with just only 5 units of pisonet machine.
Yep, there are newer NAP models out there so just check the coding that you saw above (LP 15 NP 7) How many slots does it hold though? That’s the maximum capacity for a single NAP unless it’s a double NAP that houses 16 connections. The standard is only the 8 connection capacity since it’s not guaranteed that every subscriber would line up for a connection, building one and if it gets unused is just a waste of resources it seems. That would save you time taking a trip to PLDT’s business offices or calling to know if you got a slot.
Now for the main event, showing you the innards of the NAP might be nifty but you can’t just get a ladder and try to pry it open. That’s the secret to knowing if you still got a slot. And if you’re applying for a connection, list down the LP and NP and how many slots there is so you could get a technician to install your fiber connection ASAP.This pisonet business has been around for couple of years now in the Philippines.I made a post regarding this matter because I’m a bit curious if it really is worth-it to make a business out of it.The law would be on your arse if you try to do just that so we’ll try an easy method that would require your 20/20 eyeballs and sun glare resistance. If you count em above you’ll get either 5 or 6, depends on how well your eyesight is. Though handy as this may seem, I myself couldn’t get a connection since the slots are full.And NAPs that are further away would cost me extra if I want a connection so I’m gonna ask Converge if they can provide me a 5 Mbps connection.Around P20k you’ll have something like: There are others who can offer the same spec for a cheaper price or same price with higher specs.You just have to look for good providers of the same configuration who can offer for a lower price.You really just have to be patient looking for the right vendor.You can try searching for the internet to see if there’s a supplier near your area. So I made a research and hopefully you’ll be able to see the ins and outs of putting up a pisonet Well, in a nutshell, pisonet business is simply an internet cafe business (usually put up in front of the house ) that instead of renting a computer with an hourly rate, usually PHP15-20 per hour, you’re making the rate as cheap as PHP1 peso and that’s about 4 minutes of renting time.Internet rent at P1.00 peso is really appealing especially for kids and for those who are in need of short-time use of the internet.