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Globe iPhone 6 and 6 Plus Postpaid Plans

Globe has started offering the iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus on their postpaid plans and we now have the details on how much you’ll be able to get it.

The iPhone 6 16GB model will be free on Plan 3799 and above while the iPhone 6 Plus will have a cash-out of Php1,920 on Plan 3799.

Here’s the table of the Globe Plans for both the iPhone 6 and 6 Plus.

We still don’t have any details on what the cash-out is for MySuperSurf Plan 2499 and Plan 1799 but we will update this chart once we get them.

Updated: Here are the rest of the postpaid plans by Globe:





Here are the postpaid plans with their respective cash-out for the iPhone 6 Plus.




You can read our full review of the iPhone 6 here and the iPhone 6 Plus here.

Abe is the founder and Editor-in-Chief of YugaTech. You Can follow him on Twitter @abeolandres.

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23 Responses

  1. kami says:


    just for added info.

    i also registered and for an iphone 6 64g prepaid, its Php43,000.00

    question ko lang is it globe locked ba kahit prepaid?


  2. Nezar Lopez says:

    Joke ba ito? Parang nagbibilang ka lang ng pera sa imahinasyon.

  3. Marco says:

    The plans posted above are for Globe Platinum plans which include perks and privileges. Let’s wait for the pricing of the lower plans.

  4. Dianne says:

    perks like priority in line, etc? Totally not worth the thousands difference.

  5. Ang says:

    iPhone 6 64gb for 30 months plan 1799 cash out of 9600. Do you need the link? Kanina pa to available I’ve already played with it na.

  6. kannuchi says:

    Article above has limited information on the summary of Globe plans. Kindly elaborate further and indicate source of details like links to avoid confusion.

  7. Marco says:

    Here are the links for Globe iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus offers:

    iPhone 6: http://www.globe.com.ph/iphone6/offers
    iPhone 6 Plus: http://www.globe.com.ph/iphone6plus/offers
    Globe Platinum Offers: http://www.globe.com.ph/platinum/plans/iphone6

  8. JM says:

    I called Globe to discuss the re-contracting and availing iPhone 6 Plus. Agent said they don’t have any info yet. I asked them who to talk to about the iPhone, wala pa daw. She even dropped. Goodness. I checked my registration of interest, device is out of stock after clicking pre-order. Bigti. HAHAHA

    • Polo says:

      Click ka lang click.. i think nag-eerror lang ung system nila.. ganun din ginawa ko tapos siguro mga after 15 clicks dun sa “continue” button nag-go naman ung process.

  9. Easy E says:

    mas mababa ang resell value ng locked iphone. Get a cheaper unlocked iphone somewhere else, get your free phone from the renewed contract (select the dual sim variant, most probably it’s unlocked) and sell it, together with your old phone.

  10. TECHRON says:

    Yung sa smart iphone 6 plan:
    PLAN 999 with 800 cash out monthly for iphone 6
    PLAN 999 with 1050 cash out monthly for iphone 6 plus

    so 1799 monthly for iphone 6
    and 2049 monthly for iphone 6 plus


    Sana makatulong…

    mas okay smart actually kasi may unlimited data sila compared sa data capping ng globe…

  11. Thats why i also got my iphone 5s from smart. Its way faster and no data capping. ‘faster’ i mean in makati only.

    • fortuna says:

      When did u register for the 5s, afaik Smart has started to implement stringently the data capping (fup) thus they were bombarded by numerous comlaints since september ds year.

  12. irv says:

    di pa ba kayo sanay sa tactics ng mga telco?

    syempre bagong labas na phone, pamatay ang presyo nyan.

    kung wala nang pumapatol, saka lang nila ibaba yan.

    di ko sinabing tama yan. kaya wag nyong patulan mga hayupak na yan.

  13. KravMaga says:

    isa lang naman yan, wag na umasa sa IP6 kung wala kayong pera, para walang reklamo..

  14. Reynold says:

    Wait for Samsung Galaxy s6 sure yan ang ipupush at syempre si iphone 6 baba ang plan offers tska ka na kumuha kung gsto mo tlga ng iphone hahaha.

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