Globe introduces Load Watch, a prepaid load notification service

27 Feb

Fresh from unveiling its new lineup of prepaid promos available via *143#, Globe Telecom launches its load notification service that will guarantee a worry-free experience for its growing prepaid subscriber base.

Globe Prepaid Load Watch is a free and automatic load notification service triggered by specific load usage scenarios and other related transactions. Using the Globe Prepaid Load Watch, prepaid subscribers will receive alerts on their mobile phones when their load reaches P5 or less, when they have insufficient balance to make calls or send a text message, or every end of a chargeable call, among many others. These alerts will also indicate the remaining load amount, expiry date and time, as well as promo balance.

With Globe Prepaid Load Watch, prepaid subscribers get free and automatic real-time notifications on their load usage without having to regularly inquire for balance updates. This will help subscribers avoid suspected cases of load theft or “nakaw-load”.

“One of the issues confronting prepaid subscribers today is unknown deductions from their prepaid load. With Globe Prepaid Load Watch, our prepaid users will never have to worry about this anymore because they are proactively informed of their load status and balance through up-to-date notifications, thus no surprises,” explained KD Dizon, Head for Globe Prepaid. “Through this innovative service, our subscribers are secured and know how their prepaid loads are consumed, so that they can go lang ng go and enjoy Globe Prepaid their way.”

Visit to know more about the Globe Prepaid Load Watch.

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Posted by on February 27, 2012 in Globe Telecom, Technology


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