CONVERT PREPAID TO POSTPAID WITH GLOBE MYSTARTER PLAN

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

I have 2 phones because I like to keep business separate from personal. To save money, I decided to get a prepaid line for online transactions since I mostly use Viber for that.

But while I enjoy the no strings attached policy of prepaid lines, I'm not much a fan of it's lack of costumer support, the complicated promo codes that need to be memorized plus the hassle of having to go out of my way just to top up load.

Although registering for promos via #143* definitely makes life a lot easier, I still find the variety of choices quite overwhelming and that's why I pretty much stick to the same plan each month....

The GoSurf299 because I get free Premium Spotify monthly. Really, that's the only reason I have for choosing that and I've been on it since time memorial.

My only complain? It lacks free text messages...all that's changing though....

globe mystarter plan
globe mystarter plan

With Globe myStarter plan, I can now convert my Prepaid line to Postpaid, maintain THE SAME BUSINESS NUMBER and pay the same fixed amount monthly!


Yup, you can now switch easily and enjoy all the conveniences of having a postpaid plan for less.

globe mystarter plan
globe mystarter plan
Did I mention you also get a free phone?

This isn't just perfect for small business owners like me but also for those you'd like to appoint a fixed monthly load budget to like kids, drivers, fleets and household help.

globe mystarter plan
globe mystarter plan free phones
 For more info on Globe's new myStarter plan, visit: http://www.globe.com.ph, call 7301010, or visit a store nearest you.

24 comments:

Nheng said...

A plan for just 300 is not a bad idea. Actually my hubby switched to Globe (mas malakas daw kasi signal sa amin) and I am still thinking of switching because I still have a post paid from the other brand.

Coi Ibanez said...

that's quite nice for globe to do hehe, but i have doubts about this, hassle kasi globe lol ;)

Jerzee Benavente said...

This is cool! Nice one globe. It is a good idea to keep your prepaid # than switching into a new one when getting a postpaid. Saves you time in updating your contacts with your new number.😊

Kareen Liez said...

This is a good deal especially that you get a free phone with that. But I am not going to switch to post paid. I don't need it as of this moment.

Berlin Domingo said...

Such a nice deal. most of my friends are Globe subscribers and some of them have complains re services and signal but there are also some who are just happy.

Janice Lim said...

I used to have two phones too back when I was still working full time. I'm actually thankful I only have one now because it has made my less stressful. Haha! This one sounds like a good deal though for Globe prepaid subscribers. :)

sarah tirona said...

hahahaha its nice to be able to turn off the "business phone" and not have to wrry about missing calls from family, right? :)

sarah tirona said...

you know when it comes to telcomms ( i have both), realized they're all basically the same. depends where you're located :) (i think)

sarah tirona said...

i feel you, its just the thought of not having to go out of my way to load that's tempting :)

sarah tirona said...

sooo true! and having to tell everyone about the number change. thats super hassle :)

sarah tirona said...

hahaha hassle naman sila lahat :P

sarah tirona said...

isnt it cheaper if you guys belong to the same network? para free na calls and texts? :)

Nheng said...

Ayaw nya kasi ng smart eh

thekitchen goddess said...

I wish Globe had this service before so that I can retain my super, super old Globe number. I have another prepaid number though, maybe I'll have it converted to postpaid.

Maan Laxa said...

I love being able to convert the same number to a postpaid line! It's such a hassle to get a new number and inform your contacts pa. I have a line from the competitor kasi yun ang malakas ang signal sa amin, and I wish they had this service too (or if there is, di ko alam lol)

Ma.Me.Mi.Mommy said...

This is so perfect for hubby! When I told him about it he wouldn't believe me because he tried asking about it na daw before. I had to let him read it from Globe's site to believe it. Haha

Maria Louisa Mae P. Mercado said...

I used to have a Globe plan but I found their billing statements so confusing and compounded. The service being presented seems good but I don't think I'd go back to Globe.

Nina Sogue said...

Wow, it's good that they have this now. I had sepanx with my old number before when I opted for a line. I wish they had this before!

Charleys Mommy said...

This sounds good. Kaya lang I've been hearing bad reviews of Globe's customer service eh. :)

May De Jesus-Palacpac said...

I'm on postpaid with Smart, under my husband's account. I can't say I'm satisfied with them but it'll do for now. I used to be with Globe for my prepaid and was happy with it when I was in the South. Parang mahina Globe in this area.

Lady Anne Louise ☺♥ said...

This is good news. I will be sharing this new information to my friends. I'm currently using a postpaid plan from Globe and I don't have any problem with their service.

Maria Teresa Figuerres said...

I'd love to try the myStarter plan 300. Question, though, when you convert from prepaid to postpaid, will you retain your cell phone number? -- Maria Teresa Figuerres

Maria Teresa Figuerres said...

I'd love to try the myStarter plan 300. Question, though, when you convert from prepaid to postpaid, will you retain your cell phone number?

Cha Vuya said...

I love the way your blog looks. It's clean, neat, and organized. It's so refreshing in the eye, and it's worth anyone's time to read. Keep it up, mommy!

Wednesday, April 27, 2016

CONVERT PREPAID TO POSTPAID WITH GLOBE MYSTARTER PLAN

I have 2 phones because I like to keep business separate from personal. To save money, I decided to get a prepaid line for online transactions since I mostly use Viber for that.

But while I enjoy the no strings attached policy of prepaid lines, I'm not much a fan of it's lack of costumer support, the complicated promo codes that need to be memorized plus the hassle of having to go out of my way just to top up load.

Although registering for promos via #143* definitely makes life a lot easier, I still find the variety of choices quite overwhelming and that's why I pretty much stick to the same plan each month....

The GoSurf299 because I get free Premium Spotify monthly. Really, that's the only reason I have for choosing that and I've been on it since time memorial.

My only complain? It lacks free text messages...all that's changing though....

globe mystarter plan
globe mystarter plan

With Globe myStarter plan, I can now convert my Prepaid line to Postpaid, maintain THE SAME BUSINESS NUMBER and pay the same fixed amount monthly!


Yup, you can now switch easily and enjoy all the conveniences of having a postpaid plan for less.

globe mystarter plan
globe mystarter plan
Did I mention you also get a free phone?

This isn't just perfect for small business owners like me but also for those you'd like to appoint a fixed monthly load budget to like kids, drivers, fleets and household help.

globe mystarter plan
globe mystarter plan free phones
 For more info on Globe's new myStarter plan, visit: http://www.globe.com.ph, call 7301010, or visit a store nearest you.

24 comments:

Nheng said...

A plan for just 300 is not a bad idea. Actually my hubby switched to Globe (mas malakas daw kasi signal sa amin) and I am still thinking of switching because I still have a post paid from the other brand.

Coi Ibanez said...

that's quite nice for globe to do hehe, but i have doubts about this, hassle kasi globe lol ;)

Jerzee Benavente said...

This is cool! Nice one globe. It is a good idea to keep your prepaid # than switching into a new one when getting a postpaid. Saves you time in updating your contacts with your new number.😊

Kareen Liez said...

This is a good deal especially that you get a free phone with that. But I am not going to switch to post paid. I don't need it as of this moment.

Berlin Domingo said...

Such a nice deal. most of my friends are Globe subscribers and some of them have complains re services and signal but there are also some who are just happy.

Janice Lim said...

I used to have two phones too back when I was still working full time. I'm actually thankful I only have one now because it has made my less stressful. Haha! This one sounds like a good deal though for Globe prepaid subscribers. :)

sarah tirona said...

hahahaha its nice to be able to turn off the "business phone" and not have to wrry about missing calls from family, right? :)

sarah tirona said...

you know when it comes to telcomms ( i have both), realized they're all basically the same. depends where you're located :) (i think)

sarah tirona said...

i feel you, its just the thought of not having to go out of my way to load that's tempting :)

sarah tirona said...

sooo true! and having to tell everyone about the number change. thats super hassle :)

sarah tirona said...

hahaha hassle naman sila lahat :P

sarah tirona said...

isnt it cheaper if you guys belong to the same network? para free na calls and texts? :)

Nheng said...

Ayaw nya kasi ng smart eh

thekitchen goddess said...

I wish Globe had this service before so that I can retain my super, super old Globe number. I have another prepaid number though, maybe I'll have it converted to postpaid.

Maan Laxa said...

I love being able to convert the same number to a postpaid line! It's such a hassle to get a new number and inform your contacts pa. I have a line from the competitor kasi yun ang malakas ang signal sa amin, and I wish they had this service too (or if there is, di ko alam lol)

Ma.Me.Mi.Mommy said...

This is so perfect for hubby! When I told him about it he wouldn't believe me because he tried asking about it na daw before. I had to let him read it from Globe's site to believe it. Haha

Maria Louisa Mae P. Mercado said...

I used to have a Globe plan but I found their billing statements so confusing and compounded. The service being presented seems good but I don't think I'd go back to Globe.

Nina Sogue said...

Wow, it's good that they have this now. I had sepanx with my old number before when I opted for a line. I wish they had this before!

Charleys Mommy said...

This sounds good. Kaya lang I've been hearing bad reviews of Globe's customer service eh. :)

May De Jesus-Palacpac said...

I'm on postpaid with Smart, under my husband's account. I can't say I'm satisfied with them but it'll do for now. I used to be with Globe for my prepaid and was happy with it when I was in the South. Parang mahina Globe in this area.

Lady Anne Louise ☺♥ said...

This is good news. I will be sharing this new information to my friends. I'm currently using a postpaid plan from Globe and I don't have any problem with their service.

Maria Teresa Figuerres said...

I'd love to try the myStarter plan 300. Question, though, when you convert from prepaid to postpaid, will you retain your cell phone number? -- Maria Teresa Figuerres

Maria Teresa Figuerres said...

I'd love to try the myStarter plan 300. Question, though, when you convert from prepaid to postpaid, will you retain your cell phone number?

Cha Vuya said...

I love the way your blog looks. It's clean, neat, and organized. It's so refreshing in the eye, and it's worth anyone's time to read. Keep it up, mommy!