Globe introduced a feature that let their users legally buy any content from the Google Play Store (Apps, Books, Music, etc.) as well as making in-app purchases. All transactions will be credited to the customer’s prepaid/postpaid accounts. The total amount of purchased Play Store content will be charged in a postpaid user’s monthly bill while prepaid users shall be charged with their current load balance.
Yesterday, I was looking for a new microSD card to replace my 32GB that’s almost full. I don’t usually store a large number of music or movies on my phone, but it eventually got filled with tons of photos and other stuff.
No upfront cash for the sublime LG G3 smartphone? Don’t fret! Globe’s got you covered! The telecoms company have just announced that the phone will be available for free when users subscribe to their MySUPERPLAN 1799 with a 30-month contract.
Globe appears to be phasing it out its unlimited Internet service in favor of plans that are more transparent in data allocation. As such, new subscribers to the telecom’s postpaid plans will be offered with GoSurf.
Samsung Galaxy S5 is one of the hottest android smartphones at the moment. It’s new design with its dimpled back, fingerprint scanner, revamped Touchwiz, and hear rate sensor makes everybody excited. If you’re one of those who can’t wait to get their hands on this device, check out Globe’s postpaid plans!
Spotify has arrived in the Philippines as an exclusive partner of Globe, delivering an online music streaming service to the country.
Back in January, I was looking for something that could make my Galaxy S4 look and feel more sturdy. The performance is very nice and all that, but the feel of the phone is really bad. So I finally started searching for a new case that’s not the typical ones I could get at the malls.
Despite the rising number of complaints it’s been receiving, Globe is still pursuing ways to curb heavy data usage on its network. In fact, the company is proposing a tier scheme that would basically increase the bill of data-hungry users.
When Globe carried out its revised Fair Use Policy with 1GB-a-day data cap, the company sure did annoy many of its customers. The company thinks the resentment is unfounded, though, and has released an infographic to iron out any confusion about the policy.
For a limited time only, Globe and Samsung Philippines are giving away a free Galaxy Data SIM card for every purchase of any Samsung smartphone or tablet with Internet/mobile data connectivity.
It looks like Globe has revised its Fair Use Policy and imposed a stricter limit on mobile data consumption. Subscribers of Globe Internet promos and plans are now subject to 1GB-a-day limit (or 3GB-a-month, whichever comes first). Exceeding bandwidth is then put through 2G speeds.