Globe At Home broadband users get free upgrades

Many loyal Globe at Home broadband customers have been receiving free upgrades as part of the telco’s program to proactively adjust the plans given the increasing needs of the customers.

By doing this, loyal Globe at Home customers are able to enjoy faster speeds suited for their work from home and learn from home needs without shelling out more. The result is an overall better experience for our Globe At Home customers.

“For example, those enjoying 10 Mbps at Plan 1699 may be upgraded to twice their current speed at no cost to them. This is our way of making sure that with Globe, our customers really get what they pay for. If our customers are able to maximize the plans that they subscribe to, this is real value for money,” says Darius Delgado, Vice President and Head of Broadband Business at Globe.

Globe customers urged to update account details

To ensure customers enjoy this program, all Globe customers are encouraged to update their account details for better servicing and maintenance. They can do this through the Globe at Home app.

Globe At Home offers after-sales service support

For after-sales service support, Globe promotes a fully digital experience by using the Globe At Home app. The app has a Help function for all types of customer support including plan upgrades, troubleshooting, or reporting an issue. Instead of customers calling the hotline, Globe does outbound customer calls to those who register their service requirements in the app.

For more information, visit www.globe.com.ph or download the Globe At Home app on Android and IOS./PR

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