Globe Telecom has finally announced the release date and the price of the iPhone 4 in the Philippines. It started on September 24, 2010 but those who reserved are getting it on September 26 at Shangri-la Makati.
If you’re like thousands of net-hungry Pinoys, you probably fit any or all of the above descriptions. Your long-suffering search is over because Globe WiMax 4G, the first and largest WiMax network in the country, has just introduced the best thing to happen to at-home internet service: Globe WiMax 4G Prepaid.
Globe’s very first Flagship Store located at Greenbelt 4 was opened to the public through a media lunch gathering.
The Flagship Store was patterned to the various telco units around the world like Apple Store in New York, AT&T, Orange and Vodafone in Europe and Singtel in Singapore. Globe personnel check these stores personally.
The store displays all the high-end smart phones in town plus iPad 3g in “live” displays instead of dummies. They also showcased their PSP, netbooks, laptops and even an iPad 3G all on display and working.
Attention-seeker among the phones was the Samsung Galaxy S to release on June 24 exclusive at Globe Telecom. We could speculate that the price is likely 32K for 16GB and Free for Plan5000.
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Globe Telecom is reportedly readying a new batch of micro SIM cards in anticipation of the upcoming Apple iPhone 4G.
Sources from inside Globe have confirmed they already have micro SIM cards in stock ready for release. Apple is expected to announced the iPhone 4G or iPhone HD this June 7. As such, exclusive distributors for the iPhone such as Globe is preparing for its release in the Philippines.
The iPhone 4G and the iPad are using the micro SIM card format instead of the regular mini SIM.
Have you ever been browsing the web with your BlackBerry handheld, merrily tweeting your updates, when you suddenly hit a red light trying to watch the latest “American Idol” ep on YouTube? It could happen. While your BlackBerry can get you onto most websites free and clear, there’s a small handful of sites that require you to switch on a separate internet access first before getting into the site. The moment you do that, you get billed an additional P 5 for every 15 minutes of web browsing on those sites, using your BlackBerry.
If you’re wondering why this is so, it’s because some content-rich websites may not yet be optimized for a handheld device like your BlackBerry; if you try to browse them, you’d need to switch over to regular internet access to get the best experience.
But those days are gone because Globe is launching Super Surf for Blackberry Max, a new service that gets the CrackBerry addict in you just about anywhere you want to go on the web. With Super Surf for BlackBerry Max, there’s virtually no limit to what you can do online: Email, browse the web, chat with pals via BlackBerry Messenger and even stream your favorite videos on your BlackBerry phone.
Open to both Globe postpaid and prepaid BlackBerry lovers, Super Surf for BlackBerry Max is just P 1500 a month or P300 for 5 days, and will be available till August 18, 2010. And Super Surf for BlackBerry Max works great with Globe’s array of BlackBerry offers, like the top-of-the-line Bold 9700, favored by showbiz and high society, and the collegiate Curve 8520, the back-to-school starter model which comes in ruby-red, snow-white and classic black.
Globe’s Super Surf for BlackBerry Max is also a great add-on to the array of My SuperPlan offers, which means that My SuperPlan customers who own a BlackBerry can easily upgrade their surfing experience by asking for the Super Surf for BlackBerry Max plan.
Martha Sazon, Head of Globe Postpaid, says, “We want to make the internet experience as smooth and worry-free as it can be. Super Surf was designed with that in mind: Giving our customers unlimited and convenient access to the internet content and websites that they love. Now with Super Surf for BlackBerry Max, we are upping the ante and letting them go anywhere they want in cyberspace, no holds barred. We encourage all our BlackBerry users to upgrade their surfing experience with Super Surf for BlackBerry Max.”
Your maxed-out Super Surf experience is just a click away. Register via text by sending BB MAX 300 (5 days) to 8888, for 5 days of unlimited browsing on your Globe BlackBerry handset. And if you want the full 30-day service, just text BB MAX ON (30 days) to 8888.
Being Globe-connected is made even hotter this summer. Globe Rewards gives Globe, Tattoo or TM subscribers the best perks and deals at some of the Philippines’ top retail establishments.
Fashionistas will enjoy free gifts and discounts from primo brands like Folded & Hung, SODA, Jellybean, Freego, and Ipanema. The brave and the bold generation can make your presence felt by grabbing the best deals on statement tees from The T-Shirt Project. Sport jocks and fitness buffs can gear-up discounts at Chris Sports and Yonex while weary urbanites can relax and rejuvenate at David’s Salon and Biocare Skin & Slimming Spa.
Shopping for great beach reads is made cheaper with Globe Rewards deals from Fully Booked. 20/20 vision can come with great Globe Rewards discounts and special rates at Vision Express, American Eye Center, L’Optique and Ideal Vision. And for those who want to dress up their homes, Globe Rewards gives great deals at Blims, Automatic Center and Western Marketing.
Globe Rewards can also be used to pick up more of Globe’s ImmortalCall, UnliTXT, and even IDD Suki to suit even the most textaholic or telebabad subscribers. Postpaid users can also use Globe Rewards points to get rebates on their monthly Globe bills.
No registration is required for as long as the Globe, Tattoo, or TM SIM is active. Text REWARDS to 4438 (G-I-F-T on your mobile phone) to find out how you can enter summer shopping heaven.
Globe, Tattoo or TM subscribers can now get great travel deals by simply reloading their pre-paid lines or using their post-paid lines. Points earned on Globe Rewards can now be converted into mileage points on Philippine Airlines Mabuhay Miles.
More points earned on Globe Rewards gives Globe, Tattoo or TM post-paid and pre-paid subscribers more Mabuhay Miles. For as low as 30,000 miles, for example, subscribers can fly to Singapore, Kuala Lumpur or other Asian destinations. Globe Rewards can also be used to get great discounts for a weekend at the posh Shangrila Mactan Resort & Spa in Cebu, the Astoria Plaza or any Microtel Inns & Suites.
Globe Rewards points can also be converted to free passes to Manila Ocean Park, Enchanted Kingdom and Avilon Zoo, free KTV time at Center Stage, or free movie tickets at Ayala Cinemas nationwide.
There’s no need to sign up. For as long as the Globe, Tattoo or TM SIM is active, subscribers get points automatically. Even active Globe SIMS used abroad are qualified to earn Globe Rewards.
Text REWARDS to 4438 (G-I-F-T on your mobile phone) to get that dream vacation or day-out underway now.
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