Globe releases postpaid plans for Galaxy Note 4

Globe releases postpaid plans for Galaxy Note 4




Following Smart’s postpaid plan unveiling, Globe has also released their postpaid plans for the Samsung Galaxy Note 4, from an All Unli Plan to Plan 10000 at 6 months to 30 months contract periods.

The lowest plan you can get under Globe for the Note 4 is Plan 299 but you can go as high as Plan 10000, and choose from 6 months to 30 months lock-in periods. For those who want to get it for free may start at Plan 2499 at 30 months lock-in. Subscribers may also opt for the Plan 999 + Php900 cash-out per month for 24 months. Check the table below for the plans available.

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Globe is also offering the Note 4 under its Platinum Bundles Plan, offering the smartphone with either a Gear Fit, Gear S, or a 32-inch LED TV.

For more information or to apply for a Galaxy Note 4 plan, just hit the source link below.

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This article was written by Louie Diangson, Managing Editor of YugaTech. You can follow him at @John_Louie.

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8 Responses

  1. Nicky says:

    Tapos 5gb a month lang sa gosurf. Oh no…

  2. Chad says:

    Lower cash out as compared to Smart’s Postpaid offers, yet lower quality too.

  3. Chad says:

    Lower cash out as compared to Smart’s Postpaid offers, yet lower quality service too.

  4. Gadgeteer says:

    globe may capping, wag pauto

  5. archie says:

    Kailangang magmadali na ang Samsung na mabenta ang Note 4. Lalabas na kaagad early next year ang Xperia Z4.

  6. JJ says:

    Don’t be fooled by Globe’s schemes to suck in customers. Once you are in, they will employ tactics to trap you and get more from you. If you want additional headaches in your life, be my guest. I’ve tried all three network providers and found out that Globe schemes are the worst and gives the most headaches. I’m not pertaining to signal issues, rather small print in its contract that will give you headaches after they sign you in.

    • i’m curious which provider do you recommend? i currently hold Sun / Globe / Smartbro, and each has their share of dis-satisfaction on services.

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