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Globe offers Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear for free at Plan 5000

Globe finally unveiled their plans for the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 and its companion accessory, the Galaxy Gear smartwatch.

The Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear bundle comes free starting at Plan 5000 over a 24-month period contract.

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Now if Plan 5000 is too much for you, and you don’t want the Galaxy Gear, the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 can solely be availed under Globe’s Plan 999 with a monthly cashout of Php800 over a 24-month period contract. Under Plan 999, you’ll get unlimited data and a monthly consumable amount for calls and text.

New and re-contracting postpaid subscribers are entitled to a free one-month subscription of Globe Gadget Care which offers comprehensive coverage for mobile phone theft and accidental damage, guarantees hassle-free handset replacement, easy claims processing, and worldwide protection coverage.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 3 is a 5.7-inch handset with a Full HD Super AMOLED display, a 2.3 GHz Quad-Core Processor, Android 4.3 Jelly Bean, 13-megapixel rear auto-focus camera with flash and zero shutter lag and a 2-megapixel front camera, 32GB user memory and is a 4G LTE-capable device. Additional features include the Air Command, Action Memo, Scrapbook, Screen Write, S Finder, Pen Window, Direct Pen Input, New Easy Clip, New S Note, Samsung WatchON and ChatON, and S Voice.

The Samsung Galaxy Gear on the other hand is a smart watch that communicates with the Note 3. It is equipped with an 800 MHz single core processor, has a 1.63-inch Super AMOLED display, and 1.9 megapixel auto-focus camera. Additional features include the S Voice, Memographer, Smart Relay, and Voice Memo. It also has a 4GB user memory plus a 512MB RAM.

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  • Do you mean both Galaxy Note 3 and Galaxy Gear are become free if I avail a Plan 5000.

    • yup. 24 months locked in on Plan 5000.

      • How about upgrade, I’m with them for more than a year but my contract with them not up yet.

        • walang sinabi about contract reset for this one.

  • Ela

    I think it’s plan 999 with 800 monthly cash outs, which totals 1799. Btw, do u know if cash outs can be paid at lump sum? thanks.

    • you are right… im not that sure but i think that can be arranged

      • jon mark

        Sir, does the unlidata plan of globe capped? If yes, how many gig?

        • Win

          It’s not. Kahit LTE nila. It’s just 999 and that’s it.

          Source: been using it everyday and sometimes sharing internet to multiple devices.

          • stephanie

            hi! does your note3 globe plan have 32gb user memory? bec i read a comment in other site its only 16gb with the plan?? im so worried.. hope u can reply asap..planning to get one tmrw T.T if its only 16gb its kinda unfair? bec samsung only launched 32 and 64gb -___-

  • Patrick Neil

    How many consumables for call and text?

  • juzz

    ouch! Plan 5000, even though my income is alot, i don’t think so i would avail this 🙁 instead i will avail LG G2 with Globe Postpaid Plan 1799, G2 is Free with this plan… more cost effective pa,, because of its features like its rear key thats help you to take pictures and turn on and off your phone and also adjust volume,,, also its OIS Camera 🙂

  • sasha

    wow! Plan 5000! Heavy!
    Let’s go to G2 Globe Postpaid Plan 1799 🙂
    much more cost-effective with its unique specs and features ^^

  • silver

    Ouch! free at plan 5000? its so expensive.. i’d recommend to get the LG G2 instead at plan 1799.

    • it’s because nakabundle yung galaxy gear.

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