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Globe Announces Samsung Galaxy S5 Postpaid Plans

Globe earlier today announced its Samsung Galaxy S5 postpaid plan offerings under mySUPERPLAN.

Customers can avail of the Samsung Galaxy S5 at Plan 999 with monthly cashout of Php 700, for a total of Php 1,699 monthly. The plan comes with 5 GB of mobile internet surfing monthly plus free calls and texts to all networks.

The Samsung Galaxy S5 is also available for Php 1,799 monthly at Plan 1299 with Php 500 monthly cashout. Under this plan, users can enjoy 5GB monthly consumable mobile surfing plus 25 minutes of calls and 500 texts to all networks.

A 24-month contract period applies to both Samsung Galaxy S5 mySUPERPLAN offerings.

Customers who will avail of Globe’s Samsung Galaxy S5 postpaid plans will get one month free Gadget Care mobile protection and free Facebook access until April 25, 2014. Moreover, customers can also purchase apps from the Samsung App Store and have it charged to their monthly bill.


“œWe 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. “œWith 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.”

The Samsung Galaxy S5 will be available in all Globe stores nationwide starting April 11, 2014 but customers can now pre-order the latest Samsung flagship smartphone at www.globe.com.ph/galaxys5

Two days ago, its rival network has also launched its Samsung Galaxy S5 offerings.

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  • Mike

    I like the device but without unlimited internet from globe? Thats a no no for me. Il just downgrade my 1799 plan to 299 just to retain my number

    • anne

      Are they overcharging?

  • My favorite phone brand Samsung.
    Thank you for a great information.

  • jessie

    what are the requirements for a student availing a plan?