Last week, both Globe and Smart released their respective offerings on the upcoming Samsung Galaxy S5. We’ve compiled them both and compared them against each other in case you’re thinking of getting one.
Globe has a vast range of postpaid plans to address different needs of interested subscribers. We’ve even contacted Globe and talked to one of their representatives to guide us through their extensive plan scheme. Check it out:
* PV is Peso Value you can use to get add-ons like calls, text and data.
Smart, on the other hand, kept things simple and straightforward. Here are their current offerings for the Galaxy S5:
We’ve also compared Globe’s Plan 999 against Smart’s Plan 999 to get better comparison between the two telco giants.
As you can see, Globe offers a lot more options for people interested to secure the Galaxy S5. Globe is also a bit more affordable than Smart when comparing plans of the same price.
When it comes to the term ‘unlimited data,’ we know that there’s the Fair Use Policy that Globe and Smart are both implementing — with Globe placing you on 2G connection once your limit is reached, and Smart still on the get-away-with-it-if-you-can FUP system.
The Galaxy S5 will be available from both telcos starting April 11, 2014.
So which would you choose?