Globe 4G: Globe WiMax on Prepaid

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.


At last you can put your home on the digital map with the first and only prepaid WiMax broadband internet service that’ll hook up your home in no time. Designed especially for at-home use, Globe WiMax 4G Prepaid is a wireless broadband service that’s perfect for those home internet users who want a reliable, affordable high-speed connection that won’t break the bank.

Globe offers a selection of sleek, state-of-the-art WiMax 4G Prepaid modems for as low as P 2,900, and after that one-time purchase, you just need to reload regularly to keep up with your favorite online activities. All you need to do is plug the modem into an electrical socket, connect it to your PC and surf away. It takes minutes to set it up so you’ll be on the web in a flash.

And once you’re all hooked up, just load P 60 per day and you’ll get all-day surfing at speeds up to 512 kbps so you can post Facebook updates, send emails and Skype with faraway friends. Spend a rainy day uploading your summer vacation pics on Multiply or Flickr or recording your unforgettable adventures on a personal video blog that you can post on YouTube or Flippish.com. Research is a snap with the high-speed connection, and when you need a break from homework, you can get your game on playing Farmville with friends from all over the globe. Reloading your WiMax 4G Prepaid is also a breeze via Globe’s network of reloading channels including Autoload Max, Share-A-Load, GCASH, prepaid cards or even through your bank ATM or credit card.

Now if you’re a hardcore web user, you’d best choose the Globe WiMax 4G postpaid option which is designed to keep you surfing the night away for only P 795 a month. And if you’re a power user whose need for speed won’t be denied, try Globe’s DSL service which gives you 1mbps and 2mbps options, or the GPON service which delivers tremendous speeds that run the gamut from 10mbps to 100mbps.

As the country’s WiMAX pioneer, Globe WiMAX 4G has the largest nationwide network with over 100,000 customers in nearly 60 provinces across the Philippines, covering 365 cities, including Manila, Caloocan, Cainta, Antipolo, Taytay, Plaridel, Cabanatuan, Dasmarinas, Bacoor, Imus, Tanza, Calamba, Batangas City, Cebu City, Cagayan De Oro, and Zamboanga.

Globe’s head for broadband marketing Manny Escosa says “Our WiMax 4G Prepaid service is the easiest and most affordable way to get your home broadband-connected. It’s wireless so you can buy it right off the shelf, take it home, plug it in and start surfing. It’s prepaid, so there are no worries about monthly bills. And our WiMax service is 4G-ready and future-proof, so you’re guaranteed a high-speed internet connection you’ll be able to count on for as long as you need it.”

So if you’re shopping around for an internet connection that’ll get your home online in no time at a price you can live with, Globe WiMax 4G Prepaid is the best buy for you.

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  5. Shahzad Saeed

    Many people refer WiMax as 4th generation of mobiles. Many others describe LTE (Long Term Evolution) and HSDPA (High Speed Downlink Packet Access) as a part of 4G. Actually, these are the part of 3G. The thing is without spending much time everyone needs to unveil 4G products. I do believe 4G is a marketing term rather a technology.

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  6. elizabeth .a.kudo

    only my coment is mabagal kyo magkabet,ako pa tumatawag sa oerator nyu to ask when maikakabet is that your service,naka4 na tawag nako.wl nmam maisagut kundi for priority dw..im from 603 rillo poblacion tuy batangas cp num.09278823736

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  7. elizabeth .a.kudo

    nabibitin kme sa service nyu,me prepaid ka nngang tatoo wla din kwnta lugi kme sa lod no.can u call me pls.nung 14 paq nag apply ng postpaid wimax n yan,dumating n asawa ko gling japan hnd n kme nka pag skypee nglit n sa signal at service nyu,ano b service nyu why u cant relocate me nagtatrabho b staff nyu..

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  8. Cha tech

    kaya nila ginawang prepaid kasi daming tech ng globe na nag bebenta ng WIMAX..

    No monthly billing 1year batch, automaticaly connected to Innove Communications.

    Galing gumawa ng diskarte ng mga pinoy..
    Mayaman na kasi Globe kaya kinukurutan sila ng mga tauhan nila

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  9. Daryl Campomanes

    Bakit kailangan limitahan ng globe ang pagdodownload ng 1gb per day para sa tattoo prepaid. 1mbs na nga lang ang connection hanggang 3 hours na lang tuloy ngayon ang internet di ba sabi ng globe 1 day unlimited surfing?.Ano kaya yun? Dahil kaya ito gusto ng Globe na kumagat ang customer nila sa wimax4g? Eh ang bagal nmn kasi ung wimax 4G nila ay connected sa 3G towers pa din kaya upto 512kbs lang, pero ayaw nilang sabihin yun. Walng kwenta talaga,mukha lang talagang pera.Hayz…

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  10. bondew

    para sa akin ang bilis ng globe wimax… naka wireless router pa nga kmi… soper bilis d2 nga ako nanood ng laban ni pakman… walang buffer baka ang location nio lang ang prob… sa amin ang bilis ng globe wimax… nakak pag o line game pa pakami…

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  11. roger

    Mabilis ang connection mamin sa globe wimax dito sa iligan kaya lang ngayon biglang humina. dati umaabot ng 1mbps. Ngayon 300kbps na lang. Wala namang problema sa signal. Parang sinadya na bagalan ang net namin.

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  12. Janine Dalugdug

    hay naku, totoo ung about sa tattoo modem. naging mabagal na xa. hindi kaya glorified term lang ang “wi-max 4g” para sa mas mabilis na 3g? teka. mas mabilis nga ba talaga? eh nlimitahan lang ang speed ng tattoo modems. ang bulok ng diskarte ng globe. super! dami nyo lang flowery words. negosyo nga naman. tattoo sucks. sana may N technology na ang globe.. so 20yrs behind technology talaga.

    correct me if what i’m saying here is wrong or pointless. but i think nobody would dare. :)

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  13. zeta

    i’ve had the worst experience with globe wimax. my line went down since 12nov10. sabi nila rerouting daw ng server. up to now 04jan11, my service hasn’t been restored yet. and to top it up, they had still sent me a bill. i had been reporting it to them since my service went down but even after almost 2mos wala pa rin service ko. i just won’t recommend this to anybody…

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