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Smart LTE vs. Globe Tattoo Black Price Comparison

Relevance: 100%      Posted on: September 28, 2012

So now that Globe's LTE service has been finally revealed, we look at the pricing plans and compared it to Smart LTE. The chart below should give you a bigger picture on what each telco is offering. What we know is that Globe and Smart have the same device supplier -- Huawei -- so the hardware performance is even between the two plans. Here are the LTE service plans offered by Smart and Globe. From the table above, we can drawn a number of conclusion: ● Globe offers two plans while Smart has one. Globe's two plans are priced lower…

Installing Smart Bro & Globe Visibility on the same PC

Relevance: 93%      Posted on: October 8, 2008

The latest HSDPA 3G modem from Smart Bro and Globe Visibility were manufactured by ZTE in China. Both are practically plug-and-play devices. The problem is running both softwares (3G dialers) on the same PC. Since the device are practically similar, the system sees the two as a single device thus overwriting each others system settings. The Smart Bro model is MF622 and the Globe Visibility is MF626, making the latter the much newer model. Incidentally, the newer device drivers from ZTE would not work with the older model used by Smart Bro. In fact, Globe Visibility takes over the Smart

Fast 50 Magazine names Globe & Smart as Innovators

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: June 6, 2007

In a quick entry over at PTB, Globe Telecoms and Smart Communications were the only 2 companies included in the 6th Annual Fast 50. Globe Telecoms was cited for it's mobile wallet system, G-Cash, while Smart was heralded as the telecom in a sachet due to the success of the e-Load system. Interesting figures mentioned there includes Globe G-Cash generating USD$100 Million (~Php4.6 Billion?) in mobile transactions a day while Smart is selling USD$80 Million (Php3.68 Billion) of e-load credits monthly.

Smart vs. Globe iPhone 5s, 5c Prepaid Kit Prices

Relevance: 89%      Posted on: November 8, 2013

Smart and Globe has finally releaved their postpaid plans for the iPhone 5s and the iPhone 5c. While they've not highlighted the retail prices, we've dug up the exact prepaid prices for each model and variant. Smart's pricing for the prepaid kit is derived from the Freedom Plan which is basically considered a prepaid plan as well. The difference between the two isn't that wide but generally, Smart's prices are a little higher. That's a stark contrast from last year's pricing where Smart was offering the most affordable prepaid price of the iPhone 5. You can check the postpaid plans…

Ongoing Service Interruptions between Globe and Smart networks

Relevance: 85%      Posted on: June 10, 2015

We've experienced a number of network problems today and this has been confirmed by the corporate communications of Globe. In an email advisory, the telco confirmed interconnection problems between them and Smart. This is perhaps the reason why we've not been able to receive SMS this morning and several phones calls would not go thru. Here's the copy of the advisory. Globe Service Advisory: June 10, 2015 We wish to advise our Globe customers that there is an ongoing service interruption between Globe and Smart networks today, June 10, 2015. As early as 2am, Globe customers may experience difficulty in…

Smart gets exclusive; Globe gets first dibs

Relevance: 85%      Posted on: June 16, 2009

After reading the two press releases from Smart and Globe as well as talking to several tech journalists today, I finally figured out the confusion on the HTC Magic announcement. Smart Communications snagged the exclusive deal with HTC to offer the phone in the Philippines. This deal has a locked-in period of 2 years. Smart Communications will start shipping units of the Android-powered HTC Magic to the local market by the end of the month (end of June 2009 or July 1, 2009). Since that date is "yet to come", Globe Telecom was able to start selling the HTC Magic…

Smart responds to Globe’s NTC story

Relevance: 85%      Posted on: September 20, 2012

So here we go, Smart has made a statement regarding the study conducted by NTC about network performance/benchmarks. The statement refutes Globe's original press release. The full statement is posted below. We'll let you interpret the entire story and determine for yourselves who's telling the truth. Smart Press Statement from yuga See related stories on "The Empire Strikes Back: NTC says Globe > Smart" and "Original copy of NTC's Report on Globe vs. Smart".

Globe PowerSurf vs. Smart Always On

Relevance: 85%      Posted on: October 11, 2011

Smart first introduced the volume-based pricing plan for mobile phones with the Always On and was followed by Globe with their PowerSurf plans. Both might seem to offer similar packages but allowed for some differences depending on consumers' usage patterns. Let's look at the plans being offered on Smart Always On and Globe PowerSurf. Here's a shortlist of the differences between the two carriers: Smart Always On offers more price plans with 7 compared to 3 for PowerSurf. Always On has the cheapest package at Php20 for 25MB. Globe PowerSurf 99 is the best bargain at 50MB for 30 days.…

The Empire Strikes Back: NTC says Globe > Smart

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: September 19, 2012

Sometimes, press releases are hard to decipher. Oftentimes, we just summarize it for you. This time, we think we'll just share the whole thing about NTC's recent benchmarks between Globe and Smart. So here you go -- NTC study says that Globe's legacy network is twice as better as Smart's. Globe legacy network better than smart's upgraded network from yuga We wanted to see the actual research itself but this is all we got. Globe is holding a press briefing tomorrow to talk more about this development. Update: We're trying to get a copy of the original report by NTC…

Smart, Globe still fail NTC test for “dropped calls”

Relevance: 84%      Posted on: November 14, 2012

Two of the country's top telcos, Smart Communications, Inc. and Globe Telecom, Inc., both failed NTC's test for "dropped call" rate in the third quarter. NTC's standards for dropped call rates is at 2%. Unfortunately, both telcos failed to meet that standard. "Smart got a 2.15%, while Globe fared worse with 2.75%," says NTC Director Edgardo Cabarios. This means that there are more than two calls dropped or involuntary terminated for every 100 calls. Smart and Globe have been informed of the results and are asked to submit a written explanation why they failed to meet the 2% dropped call…