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Globe Telecom's Data Roaming Flat Rate

Hello wandering subscribers of Globe!  (and if you're not a subscriber and have cherished chums who are, please feel free to forward this :) )

Globe's unlimited data roaming flat rate of P599/day is now available in over 70 countries worldwide! 


This offer is convenient when traveling overseas and you find yourself in dire need of internet access. Let's say, you need to view an online map or a navigation app to make your way around a place, you're scouting for a hotel and restaurant to try or need to send an important email. The service also comes with an excellent complement -  free travel insurance! :) 

What Plans are covered by this service?
All Globe Postpaid Plans. It is currently not available for Globe Prepaid, Load Tipid Plans and Load Allowance Plans.

How to Use?  
No need to register, just switch on your data roaming and you'll be locked on to Globe's partner carrier in your destination. You will receive a notification upon first data usage to signify the beginning of the 24 hour duration. You will also receive another notification 3 hours before the end of the Flat Rate validity. Lastly, you will receive a final notification that your 24 hours of validity has ended.

And just to repeat myself... :P 
Subscribers on the unlimited data roaming service will also receive free 
TravelCare insurance which provides up to P200,000 worth of protection from travel inconveniences for up to 30 days!   

To see all destinations covered visit Globe Data Roaming site.
*FAQs can be found at the lower right side of the page.

For assistance on other roaming concerns,dial *143# or call the Globe Roaming Hotline +6327301212 toll-free even while roaming abroad.

Globe also offers a bunch of call and text plans if you're traveling abroad. To know more about their Postpaid Roaming offers, visit this link.

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