The 2023-2024 NBA regular season will tip off on October 24, with an opening night starring Nikola Jokić and the defending champion Denver Nuggets facing the new-look Los Angeles Lakers led by LeBron James and Anthony Davis.
Following the launch of the Apple iPhone 15 series preorders in the Philippines, local telecommunication companies have announced their respective postpaid plans for the latest iPhone. So if you’re thinking of upgrading the iPhone 15 with a data plan from either Globe Telecom or Smart Communications, you’ve come to the right place.
Smart Communications may have offered the first prepaid eSIM in the Philippines, launching it in July this year, but Globe introduced the embedded Subscriber Identification Module to the local market in 2018, albeit to postpaid consumers.
You might have heard about Globe Telecom’s new GFiber Prepaid offering, which basically allows anyone to enjoy unlimited fiber-internet speeds and reliability without the hassle of filling out forms and worrying about due dates for a monthly subscription. Converge launched a similar prepaid service earlier this year called Surf2Sawa, and it’s currently being offered to over 400 cities and municipalities nationwide.
If, for some reason, you haven’t registered your SIM card just yet, there’s some sort of a reprieve for you, as Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has approved the 90-day deadline extension for it. The last day to register SIMs is now July 25, 2023, instead of April 26.
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The Huawei Mate 50 Pro is hands-down the best camera phone we’ve ever tested and it’s now available in the Philippines for P58,999 (around $1,039) for the Black version and P68,999 ($1,215) for the Orange vegan-leather variant with 512GB of storage and Huawei‘s own impact- and scratch-resistant Kunlun Glass on top of the display.
As you may have heard, Disney Plus will finally launch in the Philippines on November 17, after months of waiting and speculation. What you may not know is that Globe, Disney’s official telecom partner in the country, will make it easier for Globe users to get a Disney Plus subscription using their current postpaid plan.
Nearly two months after arriving in the Philippines through Smart Postpaid, the first 5G-ready Vivo Y series phone in the country is now part of another local telecommunications company’s lineup.
Amid the ongoing global health crisis, Globe Telecom endeavors to bring joy to its customers via better connectivity and innovations that uplift the lives of Filipinos.
More customers are set to get a boosted mobile experience with Globe Telecom’s newest offers in a bid to push for expanded 5G connectivity in the Philippines.
Mobile Number Portability is set to launch in the Philippines, allowing consumers in the country to easily switch to a telecommunications provider of their choosing while retaining their mobile number.
The recent weeks may have underscored the volatility of the cryptocurrency world, but the sharp dips could be what the market needs to get more people investing into Bitcoin and other digital assets. If you’re a GCash user, today’s news should prove exciting for crypto holders and users.
The latest numbers from internet analysis and testing company Ookla are in, and the results show that nationwide mobile and fixed-broadband speeds have improved a bit. The Philippines moved up two ranks for mobile and a rank for fixed broadband in Ookla’s Speedtest Global Index for April 2021.
Earlier, we reported about the OPPO A74 5G’s availability at the brand’s official stores on Shopee and Lazada. Today, we finally have details of the postpaid plans on offer for OPPO Philippines’ most affordable 5G phone yet.
Been piling up points on your Globe Rewards account? Great! You should also know that all rewards points earned in 2020 are valid only until the end of the month. That means you may want to start spending them now while you still can, before March 31, 2021.
Ookla recently published the January 2021 data of its Speedtest Global Index, and the local results are quite interesting, to say the least.
Over the last few months, Globe Telecom has been aggressively rolling out its 5G technology across its nationwide network, enabling super-fast, more reliable mobile internet in more locations in the Philippines. What we didn’t know until now is the company’s progress in its local 5G efforts.