When it comes to internet at home, which one are you?
• You’ve long yearned for high-speed internet at home but don’t want to spend on a full-blown monthly subscription.
• You’re suffered through the days of dial-up and are tired of hunting high and low for a nearby internet café or for prepaid internet cards that give you connections running at a snail’s pace.
• You’ve pleaded for broadband at home but have repeatedly been told by dozens of customer care personnel that their wired services don’t reach that far.
If you’re like thousands of net-hungry Pinoys, you probably fit any or all of the above descriptions. Your long-suffering search is over because Globe WiMax, the first and largest WiMax network in the country, has just introduced the best thing to happen to in-home internet service: Globe WiMax Prepaid.
Globe WiMax Prepaid is the only prepaid WiMax broadband internet service for the home. At last you can put your home on the digital map with reliable, affordable high-speed connection that does not break the bank. You’ll get all-day surfing at speeds up to 512 kbps so you can post Facebook updates, send emails and Skype with faraway friends. Spend a rainy day uploading your summer vacation pics on Multiply or Flickr or recording your unforgettable adventures on a personal video blog that you can post on YouTube or Flippish.com. Research is a snap with the high-speed connection, and when you need a break from homework, you can get your game on playing Farmville with friends from all over the globe.
“Our WiMax Prepaid service is the easiest and most affordable way to get your home broadband-connected. It’s wireless so you can buy it right off the shelf, take it home, plug it in and start surfing. It’s prepaid, so there are no worries about monthly bills. And our WiMax service is 4G-ready and future-proof, so you’re guaranteed a high-speed internet connection you’ll be able to count on for as long as you need it,” said Manny Escosa, Marketing Head for Broadband at Globe Telecom.
Globe offers a selection of sleek, state-of-the-art WiMax Prepaid modems for as low as P 2,900, and after that one-time purchase, you just need to reload regularly to keep up with your favorite online activities. Unlimited internet costs just P 60 per day. Globe has also made reloading WiMax Prepaid easier through a virtual number that mimics reloading any prepaid mobile number. Reloading can be done via:
• Globe load or Autoload Max retailer
Globe tested WiMAX as early as 2005 and began the rollout in 2008. The network was launched in February 2009 in Cebu City , the first in the country to experience the WiMAX service of Globe. As the country’s WiMAX pioneer, Globe WiMAX has the largest nationwide network with over 100,000 customers in nearly 60 provinces across the Philippines, covering 365 cities, including Manila, Caloocan, Cainta, Antipolo, Taytay, Plaridel, Cabanatuan, Dasmarinas, Bacoor, Imus, Tanza, Calamba, Batangas City, Cebu City, Cagayan De Oro, and Zamboanga.