Picking up the tab: New Tablet Plans from Globe

17 Dec

Technophiles and fashionistas will definitely agree: the tablet PC is the hot new thing. It is the new black: sleek, sexy and capable of making just about anyone look amazing. Small in size but huge on style, tablets make even the slimmest laptops look ungainly. And the graceful tap-&-slide moves on a tablet bring mobile computing and web surfing to a whole new level. Games and apps become more engaging, and the internet experience becomes richer than you could have imagined on such a compact device.

Globe’s Tablet Plans are the perfect complement to your spanking-new tablet. Whether you’re a super social-networker or an expert app-downloader, you can choose the Tablet Plan that fits your style. All you need is a Globe SIM and you’re ready to go. You can get a Globe Tablet Plan for as low as P499 a month, and that already comes with 50 hours of internet use on your tablet. If you live and breathe surfing, then the boundless browsing of Plan 999 could be your ticket to online nirvana. If you prefer prepaid, just load P 50 for a whole day of Super Surfing, or pop in P 220 for a full five days of net satisfaction.

Globe Head of Broadband and Mobile Data Services Manny Escosa explains, “Our customers love to use the internet and we want to give them the best experience possible, by providing more ways to stay online and surf to their hearts’ desire. Our Tablet Plans give them lots of options to decide how they want to get connected with the gadget of their choice, with the plan that is a perfect fit for their lifestyle.”

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Posted by on December 17, 2010 in Globe Telecom


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