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LG G4 comes free on Smart Surf Plus 1999

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: July 5, 2015

The LG G4 is now available via Smart Postpaid plans and comes free when you apply for Surf Plus Plan 1999 and Surf Plus Plan 2999. Only the Leather Brown and Metallic Gold variants are available. Smart's Surf Plus Plan 1999 includes 150 free call minutes, 200 free SMS and 9GB data cap. The postpaid contract has a lock-in period of 24 months. Monthly service fee is Php1,999. The prepaid kit price from Smart is Php31,500.

Globe drops Super Surf to Php1,200

Relevance: 99%      Posted on: December 19, 2009

Just got an SMS advisory from Globe yesterday informing me that their Globe Tattoo unlimited 3G internet is now at Php1,200 per month. The SMS reads like this: FREE Globe Advisory: This Christmas, get in touch with your loved ones wherever they are in the world with Globe Super Surf. Chat, blog, email, and surf all you want, now for only Php1,200/month. To know more, call 211 (toll-free using Globe mobile number) or visit any Globe Store. Globe' Super Surf used to be Php2,000 per month so the Php1,200 price decrease is like 40% off. Not sure though if this…

Globe Super Surf Unlimited Mobile Internet

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: October 28, 2009

Looks like Globe Telecom has finally brought back unlimited 3G internet with a the rebranded service called Globe Super Surf. Nothing new or earth-shaking actually, just that they now also offer prepaid daily unlimited surfing for Php20 per day. For postpaid subscribers, it's Php2,000 per month on top of your regular MSF. This is the same rate for Globe Visibility Unlimited before so Super Surf is just a re-branding. Super Surf is just a promo -- available starting October 19, 2009 until March 31, 2010. This could be a trial period to see if there are subscribers that will be…

BlackBerry Max on Globe Super Surf

Relevance: 83%      Posted on: May 27, 2010

When I first got the news about Globe's Super Surf on BlackBerry Max, I was a bit confused since there's already Super Surf for BlackBerry for some time now, just like on any other handset. Maybe it was just a re-branding of sorts but the pricing schedule seems different and the one for BlackBerry Max is more expensive by at least Php300 per month. Turns out, the two are different from each other and this is explained best on their FAQ: Both Super Surf for BlackBerry and Super Surf for BlackBerry MAX offer unlimited data plans that will enable you…

Speak and Surf is Globe’s answer to Smart Bro?

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: September 13, 2006

While we were on the topic of broadband, I asked more about Globe's Speak and Surf and found out some really juicy details about their new product. I believe this was also mentioned during our last meet-up when the Globe Team did their presentation. Out of the box solution for broadband internet and landline telephone. Use the wireless internet and the phone at the same time. Connects to Globe cellsites using a wireless modem/router via CDMA technology. Up to 256Kbps connection speed. Costs Php995 per month including the phone line. Free text messenging within the network (500 SMS per month…

9″ UltraMobilePC Surf on PC Buyer’s Guide

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: September 29, 2008

An unbranded UMPC/netbook appears on the listing of the latest issue of PC Buyers Guide. It's probably an upgrade to the Astone UMPC but I'm not that sure. Check out the screenshot and specs after the jump. VIA C7-M ULV 1.2GHz VIA Chrome9 graphics 2GB RAM 60GB HDD 8.9" display screen WiMax (?!) Ethernet 10/100 Bluetooth 2.0 SD card slot 3 x USB 2.0 ports Integrated front and rear cameras Windows Vista 4-cell 2200mAh (up to 5 hours) Interesting they have WiMax in there. No suggested retail price indicated too.

Globe Prepaid Subs Can Now Call, Text, Surf and Enroll to Promos Even w/o Load

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: February 20, 2015

Prepaid load, or the insufficiency or lack of one, has always been the main hurdle for continuous communication with our friends and loved ones. This is the reason why Globe Telecoms, in partnership with its sister company Touch Mobile (TM) launched a new initiative that will limit, if not eliminate these situation, by allowing prepaid patrons to loan a load denominations and/or subscription to prepaid promos/services. The newly-launched campaign is similar in nature to previous initiatives that Globe and all the other local service providers have done on previous natural calamities. Unlike the Ayala-owned telco’s current Emergency SMS Service offer,…

Smart Launches New Surf Plus Postpaid Plans

Relevance: 80%      Posted on: May 13, 2015

In an effort to meet the growing demand for mobile internet access, Smart Communications Inc. debuts a set of tiers under the new Smart Surf Plus plan which starts at Plan 399 and goes all the way up to Plan 1999. Most of the inclusions listed above are pretty straightforward, except the VAS Content which stands for Value Added Service. In a nutshell, VAS Content will give users access to a chosen online service or app without any deduction to their monthly data allocation. Do note, however, that some of these VAS contents have limit. Once a subscriber goes over…

Surf Friendster WAP All Day for Php20

Relevance: 78%      Posted on: June 25, 2009

Friendster and Globe Telecom has partnered to provide all day surfing on their phones to the Friendster Mobile site for only Php20. This unlimited WAP Data Plan, called Friendster Surf All Day, is available to all Globe prepaid subscribers. Not sure if postpaid subscribers are also included. The Php20 one-time charge will enable users to access m.friendster.com for 24 hours. Friendster users must have their mobile phones configured to access cellular data using the myGlobe Connect APN to register and use the ‘Friendster Surf All Day’ data plan. Users that do not have the correct myGlobe APN settings can text…

Taking Smart’s Surf TV for a spin

Relevance: 78%      Posted on: March 24, 2010

Was able to borrow a demo unit of Smart's Surf TV and was testing how the internet TV box really works. Here are my first impressions on how the device works. Smart Surf TV is primarily for content consumption rather than content creation. As such, it is more usable in the living room than the office or study. So, what's inside the box? The entire package consists of the following -- the TV box, a USB keyboard, USB mouse, a wireless remote, Smart Bro Plug-It, Smart SIM card, and VGA cables. So basically, all you need is a TV, monitor…