Get a new Samsung Galaxy smartphone every year from Globe with the Galaxy Forever Plan


With the new Galaxy Forever Plan, new and existing Globe postpaid customers can avail of the latest Samsung Galaxy smartphone after just a year by first choosing their Galaxy Forever Plan of choice. Three plans are available for subscribers to choose from: Plan 1599 with a cash-out of P16,800; Plan 1999 with a cash-out of P14,800, and Plan 2499 with a cash-out of P12,800.

After the 12-month contract period has ended, subscribers can re-contract their existing Galaxy Forever Plan or upgrade to a higher plan, renewing the contract period for another 12 months and making them eligible to get the newer Galaxy model. Upon renewal of contract, subscribers have the option to pay the corresponding cash-out if they decide to keep their Samsung Galaxy S5 model or trade it in for lesser cash-out.

Globe postpaid subscribers can now easily upgrade to the latest Samsung Galaxy smartphone year after year without having to complete the default 24-month contract period.

Under Plan 1599, subscribers get 1.5GB of GoSurf consumable data plan monthly, free 6-month subscription to Spotify Premium for music streaming on mobile, unlimited calls and texts to one Globe/TM number of your choice, free calls and texts to all networks, and additional monthly consumable for other services.

At Plan 1999, subscribers get P3GB of GoSurf data plan, free 6-month subscription to Spotify Premium, choice of unlimited calls and texts to Globe/TM or unlimited texts to all networks, and additional monthly consumable for other services.

For Plan 2499, subscribers get 5GB of GoSurf data plan, free 6-month subscription to Spotify Premium, unlimited calls to Globe mobile/landline, unlimited texts to all networks, and additional monthly consumable for other services.

The Galaxy Forever plan will be available in Globe Stores nationwide or via the Globe Sales Hotline at 730-1010 from April 11-July 31, 2014.

Customers can also avail of the Samsung Galaxy S5 with Globe mySUPERPLAN, where they can get the latest Galaxy smartphone for as low as P1,699 monthly at Plan 999 with P700 monthly cashout over a 24-month contract period. With the postpaid plan bundle, customers get 5 gigabyte (GB) of GoSurf data plan monthly, free calls and texts to all networks and a 6-month subscription to Spotify Premium.

In addition to customizable postpaid plans, subscribers also get one-month free Gadget Care, the most comprehensive mobile phone protection program in the market today, as well as free access to Facebook until April 25, 2014.

They 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 or will be deducted from the prepaid load of prepaid customers.

Above: Raul Macatangay, Vice President for Postpaid Business and Devices at Globe (left), and Coco Domingo, Product Marketing Head for Mobile Phones, Samsung Philippines.

Getting the Samsung Galaxy S5 from Globe also entitles customers access to free Globe apps such as G Services, G Cash, G Movies and more for the complete smartphone experience.

Globe is also giving away 500 prizes which include the Samsung Galaxy Gear 2 for its Galaxy Leaderboard Promo.

Globe subscribers can enjoy the telco’s largest 4G network nationwide, giving them faster and more seamless connectivity while surfing on their mobile with the new GoSurf data plans bundled with free Spotify for access to over 30 million songs.

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Irwin Allen Rivera loves his wife's cooking so much he's now twice the man he used to be. His English essay won a Don Carlos Palanca Memorial Award for Literature in 2012. His philosophical-horror story appeared in Philippine Speculative Fiction 8 (2013). He was managing editor and lead writer of Sites and Symbols 2 (2005), a coffee-table book about buildings in UP Diliman - his alma mater (BA Philosophy; MA Creative Writing continuing). He worked at the UP Diliman Information Office before shifting to web content writing. His sudden fiction, "Notwithstanding Pigs," initially a Friendster testimonial, appeared in Philippines Graphic (2006) and in Very Short Stories for Harried Readers (2007). He used to write for