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Smart *767 SOS Lends Php4 Emergency Load

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: August 16, 2010

This is probably the most useful (and daring) prepaid SMS promo I've seen in ages (saw the ad on PhilStar today). Smart SOS allows you to have a 4-peso emergency load when you run out of one. All you need to do is dial *767 (SOS) on your Smart phone and you get 3 free SMS and 1-peso call load for a total of Php4 credit. This amount will be deducted by Smart on your next auto-load. This will come very useful when you don't have any load and you don't have any means to top up your account. It's…

Use GCash to buy Prepaid Load for Smart and Sun

Relevance: 86%      Posted on: September 11, 2013

During our trip to Berlin, Germany last week for IFA, I accidentally discovered that my GCash account had an option to buy load for other networks such as Sun or Smart. I totally forgot about it until today when I had to quickly reload my other Smart prepaid number. So I fired up the GCash app on my HTC One and could not find the feature. When I tried it on *143# and chose GCash, the option re-appeared. It was buried deep into the options under GCash but you definitely notice it included Smart and Sun. Here’s how it looks…

Congrats!!! You win P500 load from Smart.

Relevance: 82%      Posted on: July 5, 2005

I just got this text message from : 0928.4200436 Congrats!!! You win 500 load from smart. Type 0918.4740208 and triple send to 808 so u can clain ur 500 now thank u! SMART ZED 1515# DTI#354256. Dumbass! Scammers like this needs to learn a lesson or two.

Globe, Smart changes load sharing to combat text scams

Relevance: 79%      Posted on: September 21, 2014

Due to rampant incidents of load sharing scams, both Smart and Globe have changed the way they operate sharing of eLoads. Majority of text scams deceive subscribers into claiming free credits but inputting and replying to specific SMS queries. Globe started making restrictions in their Share-a-Load services several weeks ago (first time we experienced this was September 1). The new scheme requires confirmation that a load is being shared and requires another affirmative answer to validate it. Globe has also limited the amount of sharing to just Php300 and has removed the Php500 option (which is the usual and maximum…

Smart SOS SURF10 loans you 20 mins Internet for Php10

Relevance: 74%      Posted on: October 31, 2014

Smart originally introduced the SOS emergency load back in 2010 and this time they're adding another feature that includes 20 minutes of emergency internet. The SOS Surf10 is an emergency internet load that gives you quick access to data even if you have zero balance in your account. Just type SOS Surf10 and send to 7676 to get the 20 minutes internet time to be consumed within the hour. The next time you laod your prepaid account, you will be automatically deducted Php10 from your balance. While Smart already offers #FreeInternet to all its postpaid and prepaid subscribers with 30MB…

Globe implements Load Watch for Prepaid Subs

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: March 1, 2012

This was shared to us by the folks from Globe Telecom last February 14 but I completely forgot about it. I only remembered it again when I used the prepaid SIM card they gave me to test on the HTC Titan. In any case, the concept is pretty simple -- you get an SMS alert every time you use your load credits. So when you make a phone call, once you hang up, Globe will send you an SMS how much load you have left. This will give you an idea of your running balance and be updated of your…

How to use GCash to send load to other networks via text

Relevance: 71%      Posted on: July 19, 2014

Using Globe's GCash wallet to send load to other networks like Smart, Talk ‘N Text, and Sun is now possible by texting! Simply follow the steps below to share load to your friends and family. To send Php15 load via text, just type in TRANSFER(space)recipient’s 11-digit mobile number(space)your 4-digit GCash PIN then send to 2882. Here’s an example of how your message should look like: TRANSFER 09XXXXXXXXX 1234 You’ll be getting a confirmation message once the transaction is completed. If you don’t reply, no amount will be deducted from your GCash account. As of now only Php15 is allowed to be…

Smart Freedom Plan: The Zero-Balance Postpaid Plan

Relevance: 65%      Posted on: July 27, 2012

Earlier today, Smart introduced their new hybrid postpaid plan called the Freedom Plan. The idea combines the status of a postpaid subscriber but the non-commitment of a prepaid user. Meaning, you only pay at the end of the month like any other postpaid subscriber but the amount is based on what you actually consumed (this type of plan used to be available to Smart employees, referred to as Plan Zero). Smart is also making the application process easier compared to the regular postpaid plan. This means no more proof of billing, just a regular valid ID. The Freedom Plan has…

Get free e-Load from Auction.ph’s Barkada Txt

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: July 27, 2007

Yesterday, Auction.ph launched the 3rd installation of their popular Barkada Txt Promo. This SMS event allow users to get free e-Load credits (Globe, Touch Mobile, Smart, Talk 'N Text, Addict Mobile, and Sun Cellular) or Auction.ph e-Money. Essentially, you get Php30 e-Load by referring new friends to join Auction.ph (up first 20 referrals only or Php600 of e-Load or e-Money for post-paid). Your friend also gets the free e-Load too. Still interested? More after the jump. To join in the Barkada Txt 3 promo, just register as a member at Auction.ph (skip this part if you're a member already), then…

Smart wants you to stress-test their 3G network

Relevance: 64%      Posted on: July 29, 2010

So tomorrow (July 30), Smart will open their 3G network to everyone and offer free mobile internet for free within a 24-hour period. No registration needed, no special requirements -- there's no catch (except for a minimum 1 peso load balance). Just fire up your mobile browser and start surfing with Smart 3G. My guess is that Smart wants to stress-test their 3G network and see if their bandwidth can take the capacity and the load. Maybe we can all lend a hand and tether our 3G phones to our laptop or PC and download stuff all day? {see FAQ…