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Globe unveils next-generation postpaid plan in MySuperPlan


Raul Macatangay, head of Globe Postpaid, explains the features of Globe’s latest postpaid plan, MySuperPlan.

MANILA, Philippines–Taking product customization to the next level, Globe on Thursday night launched the best-ever MySuperPlan, a next-generation postpaid plan with new features that will allow subscribers to further customize and personalize their postpaid plans.

With the new plan, subscribers get more than what they pay for with a plan value that is almost twice the value of prepaid load. Each plan has a corresponding ‘peso value’ (PV) which can be converted to avail of a combination of call, text or surf services, free or discounted gadgets, and a monthly consumable amount for more calls, texts, and surf.

Subscribers can choose from Plan 299 with a P500 monthly PV, Plan 499 with P900 PV, Plan 999 with P1700 PV, Plan 1799 with P3200 PV, Plan 2499 with P4400 PV, or Plan 3799 with P6500 PV.

With the allocated PV for each plan, subscribers can personalize their plans and choose the best combination of consumables, combo services, and gadgets that best fit their needs and preferences. Also available are the Unli Plan and the all-new Family Plan where subscribers can get as much as 11 lines under one account.

With a monthly PV allocated for each plan, subscribers can avail of combo services and gadgets with corresponding PVs deductible from the total PV amount of each plan. Combo services range from 50 megabytes (MB) of mobile surfing at 99 PV, 20 minutes of Globe/TM calls at 100 PV, 5 minutes and 100 texts to all networks at 100 PV, 125 all network texts at 100 PV, 5 minutes of international calls and 5 international texts at 100 PV, unlimited surfing for BlackBerry devices at 599 PV, and unlimited surfing for other smartphones at 999 PV. Subscribers can choose the same combo more than once per month.

Taking flexibility a notch higher, subscribers can also choose a gadget with no or minimum cashout as well as the contract period of their preference using the peso value from their plan. From a 24-month lock-up, the best-ever MySuperPlan now offers contract periods from 6, 12, 18 and 30 months. Subscribers not availing of any handset can also get a plan with no lock-up period.

After availment of combo services and free or discounted gadgets, unused peso value is automatically converted to a monthly consumable amount which can be used for calls, texts, and mobile surfing services.

Subscribers can also opt to enhance their plans by boosting them with unlimited services that can be changed monthly depending on the subscriber’s need.

Boosters range from unlimited BlackBerry Messenger (BBM) available at P99 monthly, 50 MB surfing at P99 monthly, unlimited calls and texts to 1 Globe/TM number at P249 monthly, unlimited text to Globe/TM at P349 monthly, unlimited DUO and landline at P450 monthly, unlimited BlackBerry surfing at P599 monthly, unlimited mobile DUO and landline at P599 monthly, unlimited calls and texts to Globe/TM at P599 monthly, unlimited texts to all networks at P599 monthly, and unlimited surfing for other smartphones at P999 monthly.

“Now is definitely the best time to get a postpaid plan from Globe with our best-ever MySuperPlan,” said Raul Macatangay, Head of Globe Postpaid. “With the best-ever MySuperPlan, you get the ultimate flexibility in creating a postpaid plan that best fits your needs, lifestyle, and budget.”

On top of the new postpaid plans, postpaid subscribers are also eligible to avail of the Globe Guarantee that includes the No Billshock policy, assuring customers subscribed to Plans 999 and lower will not pay over P999 a month even if they go beyond their data subscription; the 7-day phone replacement; and 24/7 access to Globe customer service channels available on the mobile phone and landline, e-mail, online chat, Twitter, and Facebook.

As of end-March 2013, Globe has maintained its leadership in the postpaid segment after postpaid subscriber base reached 1.9 million, a 21 percent increase from previous year’s 1.5 million with gross acquisitions soaring to a record-high of over 205,000 in the first quarter, up 35 percent and 40 percent against the same period last year and last quarter, respectively.

Net postpaid additions also increased to a quarterly high of over 122,000 during the period, surpassing last year’s level by 44 percent and last quarter’s performance by 71 percent.

The segment likewise showed outstanding growth in service revenues after posting P6.0 billion in revenues during the same period, up 14% from P5.3 billion in the previous year. Postpaid service revenues in 1Q 2013 account for 35% of total mobile revenues, up from 32% in 1Q12.

To know more about the best-ever MySuperPlan, visit www.globe.com.ph/postpaid or any Globe Store nationwide, or call 730-1010.– INQUIRER.net


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Tags: Business , Globe , mysuperplan , postpaid plans , telecom

  • johnvforeighner

    And thats Manila service, wait till you get out of the metropolis then you will see what a rubbish service it provides, The service just disappears for hours at a time, No txt or calls, the basics dont work, so the yuppy services are a joke.

  • Nic Legaspi

    I have been a loyal postpaid subscriber for more than 5 years. Globe back then was the better choice for telco subscribers in Metro Manila. Nowadays, calls take a long time to connect, messages are delayed or keeps failing to send, 3G speeds are not consistent — from a high of 6mbps down to a measly 0.2mbps (speed fluctuates in seconds), mobile data keeps switching between 2G/EDGE and 3G/HSPA which drains our smartphones’ batteries, and their business centers take at least an hour to process payments and simple account related requests. Nowadays, SMART would be a good choice for Metro Manila subscribers.

  • farmerpo

    Globe keeps selling services it cannot cope with. Daig pa ang politicong magnanakaw. Walang tinutupad sa mga ibinebentang services. Ang broadband nila ay gunagapang pero ang singil ay mabilis. Pangako 1mbps delivery 38 to 120 kbps. Para ding ilaw ng night club. Patay sindi, patay sindi. REKLAMO? Ano yun? I have an outstanding JO for my complaints of 14/May, 2013 and up to now wala rin. Para kang nakipagusap sa puno ng kawayan. Lagay ko dito JO baka may maka tisod at gawin. JO#13562902 5/14/13, thru Ms Grace Millares. Baka hanggang call center lang ang mga complaints.
    May Telco ba na may dignidad sa trabaho nila? Tanong lang po.

    • Tang Ina Nio

      ganito sa pinas. wala kasing NGIPIN ang NTC para umaksyon laban sa mga hayup na mga telcos na to.

  • kangsongdaeguk

    “From a 24-month lock-up, the best-ever MySuperPlan now offers contract periods from 6, 12, 18 and 30 months. Subscribers not availing of any handset can also get a plan with no lock-up period.

    After availment of combo services and free or discounted gadgets, unused peso value is automatically converted to a monthly consumable amount which can be used for calls, texts, and mobile surfing services.”

    This is great Globe, I commend you for this. However, it seems to me, ang BS BS “daw” ng service niyo, from simple delayed texts, dropped calls to sucky broadband connection.



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