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April 11, 2014

Globe launches Galaxy Forever Plan

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 Forever Plans and their respective inclusions:

Galaxy Forever Plan 1599:
Samsung Galaxy S5 (Php16,800 cash-out)
1.5GB GoSURF consumable data plan
Free 6 months Spotify Premium
Unlimited Calls & SMS to one Globe/TM number of your choice
Free Call and SMS to all networks
Monthly consumable (TBC)

Galaxy Forever Plan 1999:
Samsung Galaxy S5 (Php14,800 cash-out)
3GB GoSURF consumable data plan
Free 6 months Spotify Premium
Unlimited Calls & SMS to Globe/TM numbers or
Free SMS to all networks
Monthly consumable (TBC)

Galaxy Forever Plan 2499:
Samsung Galaxy S5 (Php12,800 cash-out)
5GB GoSURF consumable data plan
Free 6 months Spotify Premium
Unlimited Calls & SMS to Globe Mobile/Landline numbers
Unlimited SMS to all networks
Monthly consumable (TBC)

Assuming that Globe is still following the same allocations they have with the iPhone Forever Plan, the monthly consumable for the Galaxy Forever Plan 1599 and 1999 is Php601, while the Galaxy Forever Plan has Php101. We’ll have to confirm this, and we’ll get back with you once we hear from Globe.

Consumers can sign up for the Galaxy Forever Plan starting today until July 31, 2014. For more information about Globe’s Galaxy S5 offers, you can call their hotline at 730-1010 or check out their website at http://www.globe.com.ph/galaxys5

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18 Responses to “Globe launches Galaxy Forever Plan”

  1. Azardo Talodo says:

    Pwede ba dyan sa Forever plan yung Samsung Galaxy Note 3? Thanks in advance.

  2. Easy E says:

    parang nakakaumay. hehe

  3. Justin says:

    They should rename it to “Bloatware Forever Plan”.

  4. javalite says:

    Hopefully, may Galaxy Forever Plan din sila once the Note 4 comes out later this year. :)

  5. smart says:

    Ridiculous. Bili ka na lang ng phone at mag prepaid. Greedy ang Globe

    Dito na lang sa smart. No bullshit and we keep our promise

  6. John says:

    Mukhang malabo yang “Free Call and SMS to all networks” sa Plan 1599 nila. Pakilinaw na lang po sa Globe kung ano ba talaga.

  7. itachi1 says:

    I think the Plan 1599 is Free Calls OR Free Text sounds more feasible, pero hindi both.

  8. Gp says:

    Yun bang galaxy forever 1599 kasama na ung cashout? Or magbabayad ka ng 1599 every moth plus ung cashout pa?

  9. jimboy says:

    @Gp plan + cashout yan. Remember 12 mos lang yung duration ng plan.

    Okay yung plan sana pero kung naging unli data pa yan, panalong panalo na. Sana magkaroon din sila ng Note forever plan. :)

  10. Greedy says:

    Pag naubos ang 5GB mo additional charges ka pa, may cap na Php 1,500 [img]http://imageshack.com/a/img850/9861/zuln.jpg[/img]

  11. SunCell Subscriber says:

    @smart you’re failing to realize na the plan allows the sub to return his S5 in exchange for the next flagship phone after 12 months.

    Palibhasa nganga ang Smart sa postpaid eh. Buti di pa implemented FUP niyo, kung hindi tanggal na kayo sa mapa ng postpaid hahaha!

    Sun and Globe rules Postpaid! Hahaha

  12. smart says:

    Not right noe suncell. Try to compute mo kung okay ang plan na yan. Maganda lang pakinggan o tingnan na pwede ka mag upgrade every 12 months like sa US pero ang cost mo, booom!!
    Di namin need FUP. We keep kung ano pinag usapan at no changes sa terms and conditions unless upgrade ka ulit.

  13. smart says:

    Not right now suncell. Try to compute mo kung okay ang plan na yan. Maganda lang pakinggan o tingnan na pwede ka mag upgrade every 12 months like sa US pero ang cost mo, booom!!
    Di namin need FUP. We keep kung ano pinag usapan at no changes sa terms and conditions unless upgrade ka ulit.

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This article was written by Ronnie Bulaong, a special features contributor and correspondent for YugaTech. Follow him on Twitter @turonbulaong.

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