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April 29, 2013

Samsung Galaxy S4 now available on Globe Postpaid

Globe Telecom has officially launched this afternoon the Samsung Galaxy S4 under their customizable My Super plan postpaid plans with unlimited LTE.

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One of Globe’s offering is the My Super Plan 999 with a 24-month contract period and a cashout of Php14,400. If the cashout is too costly, subscribers can opt for the Php1,599 monthly payout which is Plan 999 + Php600 monthly over 24 months. This includes unlimited LTE (subject to FUP) with a Php101 worth of customizable monthly consumable.

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Lower plans with affordable monthly cashouts payable via credit card over 24 months at 0% interest are also available. In addition, subscribers of higher plans with a 24-month contract period can also get the Galaxy S4 bundled with a free Samsung device.

*Plan 3799 – SGS4 + FREE Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini (also available in 30 mos. contract)
*Plan 5000 – SGS4 + FREE Galaxy Camera
*Plan 10000 – SGS4 + FREE Galaxy Note 2

All postpaid offerings come with a No Billshock policy, 7-day phone replacement, and 24/7 access to customer service channels.

You can read our full review of the Samsung Galaxy S4 here.

Globe now selling prepaid Samsung Galaxy S4

20 Responses to “Samsung Galaxy S4 now available on Globe Postpaid”

  1. j says:

    mine will come this thursday, cant wait

  2. fineprint says:

    read carefully the terms and conditions specially the one in fine print and of course the reliability of LTE service in your area. Ive been a loyal subscriber since 1999 but im starting to think otherwise because of poor service, lots of excuses e.g. upgrade, switching to new system… i think there is something wrong with their upgrade….

  3. Oyes says:

    I have to agree. I live in Makati Ave, two days ng hindi consistent yung LTE nila. Kainis. Ang galing maningil ng bill sobrang poor naman ng service

  4. Ian says:

    the unli lte is available during the entire contract right? and the 100 consumable load is like a load

  5. abuzalzal says:

    Ilang Gigabytes ba ang data cap ng “unlimited” plan ?

    As far as I know wala talagang unlimited data sa Smart at Globe

    • johnonline says:

      1.5GB ata or 2GB..around that range…
      once mareach mo na yung cap, your connection go slower… :-(

  6. johnonline says:

    asan na ang HTC One? i need to see it first before i decide to go for S4 or Xperia Z..

  7. Glenn
    Twitter: tobimagwire
    says:

    this site mentioned it http://www.philmug.ph/forum/f17/lte-plans-globe-vs-smart-88233/

    globe-no cap
    smart-Capped : 1.5 GB per month then speed down to 256kbps for the remainder of the mont

  8. Michael Sy bomb2000
    Twitter: bomb2000
    says:

    I ordered mine for recontracting (if it ever gets processed) at Globe’ Best ever mysuperplan 999 at 30 month contract with a cash out of 10100php, which if they explained it right i get 1700 php worth of consumable less 600( cost of using the samsung s4) only giving me 1100php to use with call, txt and surf, which i think is a very good deal for me cuz I’ve been using this line since forever. I did not opt for the unli data plan cuz its not very cost efficient since i was always mobile and email, facebook, twitter and all those other stuff dont use much data on mobile anyways, unlidata is only good if you always connect your phone to your pc to surf.

    Well that’s only my opinion

    • vna says:

      hello! i also want to avail s4 with plan 999 + cashout of 10,000 for 30 month contract… may i ask if how will i pay the 10,000? will it be divided into 30 months and added to my plan 999? 10,000/30 +999=? hehe…paano po ba sir? or -cacash ko po talaga ang 10k during sa pag-apply ko?

    • Michael Sy bomb2000
      Twitter: bomb2000
      says:

      they used to offer the cashout added to your moth;y bill but only up to 24 months lockin which will cost you 14400. now they dont allow it, you can pay it cash or paylight payment using your credit card for 3,6 12 or 24 months 0% interest, but you can get the 30months lockin so the phone will cost you just 10100.

  9. theSandies says:

    already pre-ordered mine and pre-approved. probem not is still their signal is erratic and globe officials are bragging too much about the completion of their network modernization. heck in Manila where i live still i’m getting EDGE signal till now and 3G is lousy.

    these globe officials need to roam to test their claim. unless they stick on their own backyard where they fully optize the network seems a bit greedy and it’s subscribers are the one suffering.

    • Michael Sy bomb2000
      Twitter: bomb2000
      says:

      i use a cherry mobile w900 phone and i never get problems with globe network, i always have 3g or hspa+ signal where ever i go (in metro manila or metro cebu) except when i go to provinces (or inside large building with thick walls with no signal repeaters installed inside), and i use the net a lot where ever i go, what phone do you use?

  10. Jimmy Bayrante says:

    I called the customer hotline since I have 2 existing globe postpaid accounts that I would like to enroll for recontracting to avail S4. You give us readers incomplete information! Why didn’t you mention about the pre termination fees? I have 16mos remaining sa postpaid plans ko and sabi ni charm ng customer support that I have to pay for 16mos bago makaavail ng recontracting. Akala ko irerefresh lang nila ang 2 yrs then with add on service fee. Can u be responsible sa info mo kaai you are wasting our time. Sa mga existing na postpaid wag na kayo magpagod for recontracting. Pareho lang smart na offers. Sa mga media and online releases nila e they boast for competitive offers. I don’t see an advantage as existing postpaid subscriber. Did globe buy you to not mention about tnat info sa iyong blog na itu? We just wasted time calling and inquiring sa globe only to find out about that recontracting is just no difference at all sa smart and wala naman advantage. Just get a new postpaid to get s4, sana yun na lang sinabi niyo. What a waste of time!

    • Peter says:

      Hindi lahat ng info isusubo sayo. Gamitin mo utak mo para hindi ka nagmumukang tanga gago!!!!

    • Michael Sy bomb2000
      Twitter: bomb2000
      says:

      sorry but no foul intended but its your fault, they dont have to explain it because its in the actual word “re-contracting” it means to re contract or renew your contact after its finished, you only get a re contracting offer from network providers when your contact with them is done, they dont offer it to you when your still in locked in period of your contract. if they offer it to you you should tell the sales officers that they called you an offer, all conversations are always recorded and if its their fault, you get to win in your battle and offer your termination of contract fee free of charge, that’s how i got a a bill reduction of 200php of my bill charge for 2 years, they offered me a promo while i still have 10 months of my lock in period hehehehehehe

  11. BInggoy says:

    Hi

    I got my S4 yesterday from globe. I am having trouble with connections to my wifi at home. Any solution you can recommend?

    the phone continues to say “Obtaining IP Addess”, then a message appears “Network disabled because Internet connection is slow”.

    Thanks in advance for your help :)

  12. Joana says:

    Mas madali ba ang approval sa S4 pag nag cash out?

  13. Jino Inocencio says:

    I have read some reports of the battery of the S4 swelling and it is being replaced free of charge in other countries. I hope it applies here in the Philippines

  14. Clayton says:

    I do not even know how I ended up here, but I thought this post
    was good. I do not know who you are but certainly you are going to a famous blogger
    if you are not already ;) Cheers!

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