Probably one of the greatest news broadband internet fanatics are really waiting for!
We all know the frustration Globe broadband users got when the company updated their Fair Usage Policy last year that throttles its subscribers’ connections to a merely 2G speed-like 256Kbps when a certain monthly data cap has been reached (on most cases, 30-50GB).
So, this year, it seems that Globe wants to make amends and heal the wounds between its customers and potential subscribers by removing the very small data capacities, and let us enjoy Netflix and our browsing to our imagination’s limit.
These unlimited Broadband plans from Globe starts at PhP1699 per month with 5Mbps and you can get up to 100Mbps for PhP2899 per month.
Its website says: “Unlimited Broadband Internet service is back! With Globe At Home Go Unli Plans, stream all the HD movies you want without data cap.”
Globe also now offers No Lock-Up plan where you can disconnect from the service whenever you want. You just need to pay a one-time modem fee of PhP2,500 for DSL connections or PhP4,500 for Fiber. Another option would be a 24-month lock-up which has a lower installation fee of PhP1,000, payable for the following 3 months upon installation.
All aforementioned plans includes 6 months of Netflix subscription, Disney Channel Apps for 6 months, 2 months of HOOQ subscription as well as free landline with Unlimited Calls to Globe/TM , and option to avail Globe Roku, Globe Chromecast, or an Android TV unit.
Check it out via Globe’s website.
OUR SAY: If Globe can bring back their unlimited plans this year, why didn’t they on the 2017? Anyway, we appreciated Globe’s move this year to reconcile with its customers – this will be followed by the others, for sure, including its mobile data promos.
Let’s just hope that our internet debacle would be resolved and improved really really soon. Cheers!