Globe launches Samsung Galaxy S5 unbeatable plans with exclusive privileges.

Gearing up for the Philippine launch of the Samsung Galaxy S5 , postpaid leader and preferred network carrier of the world’s leading dev...


Gearing up for the Philippine launch of the Samsung Galaxy S5, postpaid leader and preferred network carrier of the world’s leading device manufacturers Globe Telecom unveiled its roster of postpaid plan offerings, giving customers the most affordable and unbeatable deals to enjoy the latest Galaxy S smartphone with its fully-customizable mySUPERPLAN. 

For as low as P1,699 monthly, customers can avail of the Samsung Galaxy S5 at Plan 999 with P700 monthly cashout* over a 24-month contract period. With the postpaid plan bundle, customers get 5 gigabyte (GB) worth of consumable mobile internet surfing monthly plus free calls and texts to all networks. 

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is also available for as low as P1,799 monthly at Plan 1299 with P500 monthly cashout for a 24-month contract period, complete with 5GB monthly consumable mobile surfing plus 25 minutes of calls and 500 texts to all networks. 

Alongside a fully-customizable postpaid plan, customers also get one-month free Gadget Care for all availers, the most comprehensive mobile phone protection program in the market today, as well as free access to Facebook until April 25, 2014.

Customers availing of the Samsung Galaxy S5 from Globe also get the exclusive privilege to buy apps from the Samsung App Store and do in-app purchases, where amount will be charged to bill for postpaid customers and will be deducted from the prepaid load of prepaid customers. 




“We are excited to welcome the arrival of the much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy S5 in the country with our most unbeatable offers and bigger plan value, allowing users to maximize the features of the device and enjoy a wonderful postpaid experience,” said Raul Macatangay, Head of Postpaid Business and Devices at Globe. “With mySUPERPLAN, customers get a more personalized, customizable, and flexible postpaid plan, giving them the most value for what they pay for and the empowerment to create a plan that best suits their needs, budget, and lifestyle.”

With Globe mySUPERPLAN, customers get more than what they pay for with plans bundled with peso value amounts that are almost double the plan value. The peso value amount can be allocated among combos in the form of call, text, and surfing services, consumable amount, and gadgets. A game-changer in the global telecoms landscape, Globe mySUPERPLAN was named the Most Innovative Telecom Product in the 16th Telecom Asia Awards, besting entries from Japan, Singapore, Korea, and Indonesia. 

The Samsung Galaxy S5 boasts of a 5.1-inch Full-HD Super AMOLED display, a 16-megapixel camera with HDR (Rich tone), selective focus and virtual tour shot, fingerprint sensor, S Health and Heart Rate sensor, is IP67-certified dust and water resistant, has a 2.5 GHz quad-core application processor, runs on LTE Category 4, has a 2800 mAh battery with 21 hours of talk time, and has an internal user memory of 16GB and a card slot microSD of up to 128GB. 
Globe sustained its leadership in the postpaid segment after ending 2013 with double-digit growth both in postpaid revenues and subscriber base. Postpaid base has reached 2.03 million, a 17% increase from previous year’s 1.7 million. Gross subscriber additions reached over 711,000 as of end-December 2013, 21% higher than a year ago. With the robust growth and continued expansion of the company’s postpaid customer base, postpaid revenues have swelled to P27.1 billion, an 18% improvement year-on-year. 

Customers can pre-order the Samsung Galaxy S5 and their plan of choice at www.globe.com.ph/galaxys5. The newest Samsung Galaxy smartphone will be available in Globe Stores nationwide starting April 11, 2014.


*Cashout payment at 0% interest using major credit cards from partner-banks such as Allied Bank/PNB, American Express, BDO, BPI, Citibank, Eastwest Bank, HSBC, Metrobank/PSBank, RCBC Bankard, Security Bank/Diners Club, Standard Chartered and UnionBank

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