Globe offers free WiFi to more LGUs and hospitals

Globe offers free WiFi to more LGUs and hospitals

Globe provides free unlimited Internet via GoWiFi to more government-designated quarantine areas, residential areas, and more hospitals nationwide.

With the extension of the enhanced community quarantine in certain regions of the Philippines, the initiative aims to provide free and unlimited WiFi connection to frontliners and patients who are currently in health facilities and quarantine areas.

Among the additional areas include:

DOH quarantine areas

  • World Trade Center, Pasay City

  • Philsports Arena/Ultra

  • Quezon Memorial Circle

  • Rizal Memorial Stadium

  • Francisco Felix Memorial National High School

Residence areas for frontliners 

  • Quarto Residences – Manila

  • My Rainbow Place – Quezon City

  • Victory Fort – BGC

  • St. Mary’s College


  • Amoranto Sports Complex

  • Immaculate Heart of Mary College

  • Santa Isabel College

Additional hospitals in Metro Manila

  • Fe Del Mundo Medical Center

  • Jose N. Rodriguez Hospital

  • Las Pinas Hospital

  • Ospital ng Sampaloc

  • Philippine Tuberculosis Society Inc. – Quezon Institute

  • San Lazaro Hospital

  • VRP Hospital

  • World Citi Medical Center

Globe’s GoWiFi services have been available since March 13 in select medical institutions and supermarkets nationwide as support to healthcare frontliners and communities affected by the pandemic. It can also be accessed at NAIA Terminals 1, 2, and 3 for the duration of the extended ECQ.

Globe also recently deployed Cell Site on Wheels (COW) in two designated COVID-19 quarantine areas located at the Rizal Memorial Stadium (RMS) in Manila and the Philippine International Commercial Complex (PICC) Forum in Pasay City. With this installation, medical staff and patients at the RMS and PICC Forum will remain connected and updated on the latest government efforts against the pandemic.

Globe mobile and broadband subscribers can also access the official websites of the Department of Health (DOH) and the National Disaster Risk Reduction and Management Council (NDRRMC) for free.

Jewel is a Multimedia Producer for YugaTech. She's a caffeinator by day and a cinephile by night.

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