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Globe offers BlackBerry Z10 free on Plan 1799

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: March 9, 2013

Globe Telecom has put up their pre-order page for the BlackBerry Z10 and is offering the unit for free under Plan 1799 with the lowest plan at Plan 999 (Php13,100 cash-out). The BlackBerry Z10 will be free under Plan 1799 but comes with a 30-month lock-in period. If you want the regular 24-month contract, the cash-out price is Php4,800 (which is the same offer as the iPhone 5 on Globe). Here are the available postpaid plans: Plan 999 - Php13,100 cash-out (24 months) Plan 1799 - Php4,800 cash-out (24 months) Plan 1799 - no cash-out (30 months) Plan 2499 -…

Globe offers iPad 3G Plan 999 w/ micro-SIM

Relevance: 96%      Posted on: June 8, 2010

Despite the iPad not yet released by Apple in the Philippines, Globe Telecom is already offering an iPad 3G Data Plan. Together with the new micro-SIM card, get an unlimited 3G data plan for only Php999 per month. Of course, Globe does not sell the iPad 3G yet but expects that a lot of people have already bought one and looking for unlimited mobile internet plan. The Globe Tattoo iPad 3G Plan answers that growing demand and for Php999 a month, you get unlimited internet on your iPad 3G. For those looking for a prepaid solution, Globe is also selling…

8GB iPhone 3G Free on Globe Plan 2100

Relevance: 95%      Posted on: July 18, 2009

Now I thought this one is a good deal. You get the iPhone 3G 8GB model for free when you subscribe to a new Globe Postpaid Plan 2100. Learned about this from a friend who got her own Globe Postpaid plan last week and was given a free iPhone 3G. Apparently, Globe is clearing out all stocks of the old model before they finally release the iPhone 3G S by end of this month. I compared this with the published rates on the Globe website and the Plan 2199 has a cash-out of Php9,400 with a 24-month lock in period.…

Globe adds BlackBerry Bold 9900, free on Plan 3799

Relevance: 95%      Posted on: September 29, 2011

Globe Telecom is now accepting pre-orders for the new BlackBerry Bold 9900 until October 7 and it comes free with My Super Plan Blackberry Unli Surf Combo 3799. The handset is only Php6,300 on Plan 2499 or free on UnliSurf Combo Plan 3799, Plan 5000 and Plan 10000. Pre-order page here.

Globe offers Xiaomi Mi3 at Plan 999

Relevance: 94%      Posted on: August 18, 2014

Globe is a running a 5-day sale of the Xiaomi Mi3 from August 15 to August 20 under the postpaid Plan 999. The Mi 3 retails for only Php10,599 but under Globe's plan, monthly fee is just Php999. We posted our full review of the Mi 3 here. The 5-day offer seems to be only available for online orders. Globe promises 24-hour processing/apprival and 24 hour delivery of the handset. You can check it out here.

Globe offers 15Mbps LTE @ Home plan for Php4,999

Relevance: 94%      Posted on: August 2, 2013

We're not sure when did this come out but we just discovered that Globe is now offering Tattoo @ Home LTE unlimited service plans with speeds of up to 15Mbps and a starting price of Php1,099. I was trying to configure an ideal mobile internet plan for a friend (was testing out Globe LTE and Smart LTE in her home in QC) when she pointed out the fixed-line LTE plan on the Globe website last night. Hidden in one of the many pages on their site is the Tattoo@Home LTE, a service that reminded me of the SmartBro WiFi from…

Globe offers BlackBerry Q10 free on Php1499 plan

Relevance: 92%      Posted on: May 30, 2013

Last night Globe has announced that it will exclusively (at least until July 7) offer the new BlackBerry Q10 on their network for only Php1,499 monthly service fee. The free handset can be had with the lowest postpaid plan of only Php1,499 monthly under the best-ever MySuperPlan 999 with a monthly cashout of Php500 over a 24-month contract period. So that's MySuperPlan 999 with free unlimited LTE surfing with a cash-out of Php12,000 that can be deferred at Php500 a month for 24 months (thus, the Php1,499 MSF). On Plan 1799, there's a Php2,400 cash-out and it's completely free under…

Globe offers Plan Duo Service

Relevance: 92%      Posted on: April 5, 2009

Breaking: Globe Telecom has launched a new cellphone-and-landline-in-one service called the Plan Duo Subscription. This service allows Globe subscribers to carry two numbers in a single SIM card -- 1 mobile and 1 landline. Check the details of the plan below: Globe Plan Duo subscribers are given a Duo Landline number. The mobile phone and SIM will have two (2) numbers: your current mobile number (i.e. 0917-XXX-XXXX) and your Duo Landline number (i.e. 02-XXX-XXXX). With the Duo Plan, you get the following service at free of charge: Duo to any Landline calls, any Landline to Duo calls, and Duo to…

Globe launches Galaxy Forever Plan

Relevance: 92%      Posted on: April 11, 2014

In addition to the postpaid plans we’ve previously reported, Globe Telecoms has announced the Galaxy Forever Plan which entitles subscribers to a new flagship Galaxy smartphone every year without having to finish the usual 24-month lock-in period. In a nutshell, Globe’s new Galaxy Forever Plan is somewhat similar to their existing iPhone Forever Plan wherein these special postpaid plans only lasts for 12 months. After the contract period has lapsed consumers can choose to renew their service and either trade in their old handsets for a smaller cash-out or pay the full one-time fee. Here’s the breakdown of the Galaxy…

Globe to release BlackBerry Q10 in June on Plan 1799

Relevance: 92%      Posted on: May 25, 2013

Just got a tip from a source inside Globe that the BlackBerry Q10 is ready to be served to customers next month and it will probably come free with Plan 1799 just like the BB Z10. Last March, the BlackBerry Z10 was released in the Philippines with all 3 telcos offering the handset at various postpaid plans. However, only Globe offered the Z10 with LTE connectivity. It looks like it's going to be the same with the BlackBerry Q10. Globe will also have an early head-start -- almost 1 month ahead of other telcos, according to our source. As for…