My review on getting a Globe postpaid plan is part 1 of 3. Two years have passed since I got a Globe postpaid plan. I am close to the bill.
There are 8 reasons why you should get a Globe Postpaid Plan.
There are 8 reasons why you shouldn’t get a Globe Postpaid Plan.
Prospective customers of Smart and Globe can use this post to decide if they want to subscribe to the network of their choice. There are things that the agents might not tell you.
Load Tipid Plan is not a real plan. It’s a prepayment. This is not a plan. Globe My Super Plan is a post.
Before applying for a Globe Mobile Postpaid, you should read the fine print. You need to research what is included in your plan. Sometimes the staff of Globe Telecom will not mention these when you apply for a postpaid plan.
The services included in the monthly service fee are not included in the monthly service fee.
Before giving out financial capability details, ask a lot of questions.
Compare what the agents are saying to what the service agreement says. The call center agents don’t know what you wrote in the paper.
When I asked about closing my account, they told me I had to pay 10,000 pesos international sim card unlimited data. I read the fine print of my subscription and it says that I only need to pay half of the phone price after the first year of my subscription.
Getting a Globe Postpaid With A Discounted/Free Phone
When you get a Globe postpaid line, you will only get the following:
Your phone is locked to Globe.
Globe Telecom will not give you a welcome kit or a mini-self help kit. If you are a foreigner, you don’t know what the after-sales support number is. If you are bringing a phone from another country, you won’t be able to figure out how to use call features manually.
- Call forwarding
- Call barring
- Call waiting
To apply for a Globe postpaid, you need to provide the Globe Telecom staff with the required documents and fill out the form.
You have to pay the fee in advance. If you apply for a free phone in Plan 299, you need to give them 299 pesos.
Globe has reduced the number of postpaid plans in the past. I don’t understand why the postpaid plan options are removed.
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All contents of this post are based on the author’s experience The services may have changed. At the time of reading, the information may be incorrect. The last update was on March 24, 2015.
If you are a sales agent of any telecommunications company, please keep out of this post. You can’t do any form of advertising here. As soon as I detect them, your comments will be deleted.
Last Update: 24 March 2015 7:21 PM