LG G3 now available under Globe’s MySUPERPLAN 1799

LG Electronics’ new flagship smartphone, the LG G3 is now being offered by Globe Telecom and comes free of charge when users subscribe to MySUPERPLAN 1799 with a 30-month contract.

On the other hand, consumers who wish to have a shorter contract can opt to pay the one-time fee of Php4,800 to get the 5.5-inch smartphone under the same postpaid plan, but with only a 24-month lock-in period.

The LG G3 is also available under Plan 1299 and 999 which comes with a 2-year contract and a one-time fee of Php11,000 and Php14,000 respectively.

LG G3 (D855) specs:
5.5-inch QHD IPS display @ 2560×1440 pixels, 538 ppi
Qualcomm Snapdragon 801 2.5GHz quad-core processor
Adreno 330 578MHz Graphics
16GB internal storage
up to 128GB via microSD card
13MP rear camera with OIS, laser autofocus, and dual LED flash
2.1MP front camera
WiFi 802.11ac, DLNA, Wi-Fi Direct, Miracast
Bluetooth 4.0 with aptX support
GPS w/ A-GPS support
Wireless Charging support
1-watt Speaker with Boost AMP technology
3000mAh battery
Android 4.4.2 KitKat
146.3 x 74.6 x 8.9mm

If you need more information about the LG G3, you can check out our full review here.


21 Comments on this Post

  1. Super Cash Grab Plan 30 months= PNP 53,970 Wow!

    • archie

      More like Globe’s Super Greedy Promo. Kakacheck ko lang sa kimstore website, P26,500 para na sa 32gb model. Gamitan mo na lang ng sim ng existing plan.

    • Dicube

      @zarne ang 53K na tinutukoy mu ay load mu siguru yan, siguro kung ang purpose mu bumili ng G3 at 26K at e-display lang sa aparador at di mag-load ok yan.

    • archie

      @Dicube P1799 x 30 months= P53,970. Mahirap ba ang math para sayo? Kesa magupgrade or mag-apply ng plan, bumili na lang ng outright. Marami pang magagawa sa difference na 27k. Dami ring issues ang LG G3 sa battery life (6 hours max lang?) at app compatibility dahil sa QHD niya kaya hindi practical ang bumili nito through plan.

    • benchmark

      Relax lang mga guys…

      well the monthly you are paying to globe includes also (as posted above, 55 free call to all net, 1100 text to all net, 3 (?) gig cap internet, spotify use, etc. every month which is roughly around Php1700++ per month. its like you are paying for the services only.

      The problem lang eh, the gadget you are using will have an upgrade about a month or so. Which is if you are a type of person who upgrades everytime may bago, eh just forget about Globe plan…

    • @archie 1799 x 30 =53,970 but supersurf is already included (999×30=29970) so parang bumili ka ng phone worth 24,000 only na may free calls and text

    • Dicube

      @archie when i bought an smartphone i have plan to use the net / frequent calls to globe,tm,TnT and smart. merun kasing tao na using an iphone nga peru nakikitxt naman or nakikitawag, simpleng tao lang po tayu di natin nilalabas ang phone kapag maraming tao para ipakita lang.

    • Dicube

      @archie smartphone nga peru tumatambay sa starbucks nakiki-wifi so dont tell me about mathematics cuz its not its about the purpose.

    • archie

      @Dicube can’t do simple math? basic computation hurt your brain? Math and science are the main reason why you’re enjoying technologies.

      Why I think it’s a rip off:
      Globe’s G3 16gb: P24,000 (P80 x 30 months)
      Outright G3 32gb: 26,500

      QHD price? Somewhere around 3k-5k of production cost so you’ll get the idea how much is LG G3’s actual worth without that overkill display. I didn’t include globe’s plan at the computation because I’m just arguing about the gadget.

      Just a difference of P2,500 and you’ll get the higher specs. That’s why I said earlier that it could be better if you buy outright then just use your existing plan or prepaid sim.

      Prepaid load is getting cheaper and affordable, Wifi connection is everywhere. 3000 mAh battery for a QHD display? Wait 3-4 months and notice your battery’s degrading performance due to continuous QHD’s power hogging abuse. Wait 2-3 months and there’ll be new phones better and cheaper than this. Nope I don’t own G3 and I will never buy such a rip off gadget.

      That’s the problem with people, you criticize a product and they tell you moronic arguments like ‘nasubukan mo na ba’ or ‘wala ka sigurong pambili’. And those are the same exact reasons why manufacturers love having stupid consumers who are willing to pay for everything they offer without weighing things first.

      Marketing’s juicy words are different from an engineer’s point of view but hey, people are stupid so they’re still going to buy G3 anyway.

    • Talaga lang ha wifi connection is everywhere? Icompare ba naman ang price sa gray market vs sa local distributor, obviously masmababa yung sa gray market. Anong klaseng logic ginamit mo? Talo ka pa ng grade 1. Di mo pa siguro natry mag postpaid.

      Why don’t you try to compare these:
      How much 16GB, 32GB in globe vs LG concept store?
      How much unli text, calls in prepaid vs postpaid?
      How much mag unlisurf in prepaid vs postpaid? What is the cap for prepaid and for postpaid?
      How much magtext or call when roaming in prepaid vs postpaid?
      Sum it all up and then see it yourself. Your comparison logic sucks big time.

      Ayoko sana sabihin to pero sorry pero ang bobo talaga ng logic mo! Sobrang closed-minded. Think out of the box naman minsan.

    • @archie hay naku naisip muba ang pinagsasabi mu umabot kana sa wifi / battery / prepaid. Pre the argument is you question the 53K(P1799 x 30 months= P53,970)simply lang po kung gagamit ka ng smartphone and you always surf / call /txt then you get the 1799. Pero kung bibili ka ng smartphone tapos ayaw mung mag-load sige bumili ka ng prepaid tapos tumambay ka sa starbucks hingi ka ng password tapos kung gustu mung tumawag hiramin mu ang phone ng friend mu.

  2. easy e

    Purchase mo ito ng unlocked sa bandang 29k (may mas mura ba?) sa 12/24 months 0%interest. ganun din naman balewala rn ang LTE mo sa globe dahil di naman palaging maayos ang connection.

  3. kuratong

    Sayang, kaka 1 week pa lang ng g2 ko,when I asked them kasi about g3,wala pa.daw sila balita kung may plan

  4. mafioso

    @archie, actually the G3’s battery definitely last more than 6 hours of use. And I don’t find any trouble with app compatibility. Were you able to experience one to make that conclusion?

  5. If they offered the 3GB RAM/32GB internal storage variant, I would probably avail of this kahit dun sa 1299.

  6. Thur Jack

    walang binatbat to si G4 na patagong bine benta ng Cherry Mobile

  7. Alam naman nating lahat con sa kimstore na short time warranty.

    How about concentrate na lang tayo sa value using comparison ng specs versus other gadgets esp iphone 5s at samsung s5. Hands down na ba kung plan 1799?

    How about comparing value still ng mga lower plans for it thru cashouts? Eto gusto kong marinig.

  8. couchangel

    Question lang po. I got the g3 from globe through the postpaid plan, so I know na globe locked sya. But when I tried using my smart sim, may signal naman and nakakasend/receive pa din ng call and text. So does that mean na nde globe locked ung phone ko? Sorry ngayon lang kasi ako nag android hehe. Sa iphone kasi nde talaga narecognized other sims. Thanks!

  9. I’ve been waiting for Globe to have this unit available for recontracting. been calling their Customer Service once a week for the past 3 weeks. still nothing.
    even though every single cellphone store around metro manila already have it on display, Globe still don’t seem to have allocated stock for Loyalty customers.

  10. ask lng po.. ano po ba tlga ung pinaka cash-out neto? 4,800 o 11,000? tia..

  11. @couchangel, i got a HTC One M7 from a postpaid globe plan last year and was surprised that i was able to use a non-globe sim!


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