Globe Telecom has launched TMBayan Fiber WiFi, which is meant to provide affordable and accessible fiber internet to TM fans.
The TMBayan Fiber WiFi is essentially a public WiFi service where users can connect their devices on WiFi networks available on town plazas, sari-sari stores, community centers, and other convergence areas in different neighborhoods that can be turned into WiFi hotspots.
Today, we’ll be detailing some of the things you should know about the service. Let’s start.
How can you use the TMBayan Fiber WiFi?
Here are a step-by-step guide on how you can use the new TMBayan Fiber WiFi service.
Step 1: Go to an area or establishment where a TMBayan Fiber WiFi hotspot is available.
Step 2: Connect to a WiFi network called @TMBayanWiFi.
Step 3: Input your mobile number.
Step 4: Type the verification code sent to you via SMS.
Step 5: Pick the promo of your choosing and settle the payment.
List of TMBayan Fiber WiFi promos
The available promos come in two categories. There’s one for single users, while the other can be shared with up to 6 devices — great if you’re with friends and family or you’re carrying multiple devices with you.
|For one device only|
|TMBayanUNLI5||• UNLI WiFi valid for 1 hour|
|TMBayanUNLI20||• UNLI WiFi valid for 12 hours|
|TMBayanUNLI50||• UNLI WiFi valid for 3 days|
|Shareable up to 6 devices|
|TMBayanUNLI99||• UNLI WiFi valid for 5 days|
|TMBayanUNLI189||• UNLI WiFi valid for 7 days|
|TMBayanUNLI500||• UNLI WiFi valid for 30 days|
How to pay for TMBayan Fiber WiFi?
The mode of payment for the said service is as follows:
- Carrier Billing via prepaid load or postpaid bill
- Request-a-Fi via shared load from a different subscriber
- Credit or debit card
As per Globe, the goal of the service is to “bridge the digital divide in the country” by helping the people that need it the most.
Thanks to their relatively affordable prices, it should provide fiber internet access to more Filipinos. It should be useful for social media browsing, e-learning, remote working, streaming videos, uploading content, and a whole lot more.