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Offline flipflopslipper

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Questions about prepaid Globe load
« on: November 26, 2018, 05:51:17 AM »

We're interested in getting a 30-day prepaid load with:
>    unli calls to Globe/TM
>    unil text to all networks
>    at least 500 MB (half a GB) internet per day


Question 1.
What are my options? I'm bewildered with all codes.  I tried going to the Globe site and trying GoSakto to customize my load but I could never finish/submit my choices.


Question 2.
What's the cheapest way to get load for a globe SIM? I see various apps (e.g. coins.ph, gcash) that offer a percentage off if you load with them. I went to a nearby sarisari store and they said they charge a fee (I forget if it's 3 pesos).

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Re: Questions about prepaid Globe load
« Reply #1 on: November 26, 2018, 09:29:33 AM »
We're interested in getting a 30-day prepaid load with:
>    unli calls to Globe/TM
>    unil text to all networks
>    at least 500 MB (half a GB) internet per day


Question 1.
What are my options? I'm bewildered with all codes.  I tried going to the Globe site and trying GoSakto to customize my load but I could never finish/submit my choices.


Question 2.
What's the cheapest way to get load for a globe SIM? I see various apps (e.g. coins.ph, gcash) that offer a percentage off if you load with them. I went to a nearby sarisari store and they said they charge a fee (I forget if it's 3 pesos).
Q1. Best bet is to go to a cellphone shop and ask there. These guys have monumental knowledge (and quite frankly enjoy showing it off  :) ) of what is what and may also be able to load your mobile as well.

Q2, Most customer service desks in malls, as well as some customer service desks in supermarkets, will have the various talk and data load cards in various dominations, for all the providers. In our area, SM and Robinsons malls do have them, as well as SaveMore and PureGold stores. Buy a card for face value and load your mobile yourself. No service charge.

Hope this helps.

Peter
« Last Edit: November 26, 2018, 09:36:17 AM by Peter »
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Re: Questions about prepaid Globe load
« Reply #2 on: November 30, 2018, 11:10:23 AM »
Q1. Best bet is to go to a cellphone shop and ask there. These guys have monumental knowledge (and quite frankly enjoy showing it off  :) ) of what is what and may also be able to load your mobile as well.

Q2, Most customer service desks in malls, as well as some customer service desks in supermarkets, will have the various talk and data load cards in various dominations, for all the providers. In our area, SM and Robinsons malls do have them, as well as SaveMore and PureGold stores. Buy a card for face value and load your mobile yourself. No service charge.

Hope this helps.

Peter

flipflopslipper.

An update to your original question re Globe promos.

Globe GoSakTo promos < https://tinyurl.com/yag37clm  >

All Globe 2018 Promos (Text/Data/Call) <  https://tinyurl.com/yaqzpj2n  >

Globe 2018 Internet Promos < https://tinyurl.com/ycxd7j44  >

See < https://tinyurl.com/y73onc4z  > for a complete 2018 list of mobile phone prefixes by company. At the end of each company's list, there are the links to the above promos and others.
At the top of the page, there are links to each company's site. Searching their sites will bring up a "coverage" area. e.g. For New Bataan, Smart has a maximum of 3G mobile signal.

Hope this helps.

Peter
« Last Edit: November 30, 2018, 11:29:30 AM by Peter »
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