Globe launched recently the Globe Duo International service for all prepaid and postpaid subscriber of Globe and TM, the service will allow you to have your very own inbound international number (meaning you can only receive calls). They launched a promo of 1 USD for the entire October 2014, for you to try and use their international number service. It’s like renting a landline number but for this case, you are renting an international number.
If you have a family or have a business abroad, you can use your Globe powered international number to receive calls from the US, Australia, Austria, Belgium, Canada, Denmark, Finland, Greece, Hong Kong, Ireland, Isral, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Norway, Portugal, South Africa, Spain, South Korea, Sweden, Switzerland and UK.
The service will allow you to own many numbers, but you have to pay one subscription per country.
With the Globe Duo International service, in every subscriber they are entitled to have 100 minutes of call per day, that’s 3,000 minutes for the entire month. The good part here is that, most countries offer free calls to any same country code and telco provider, but it depends on their rate per minutes, per call, or per successful connection. But for you here in the Philippines, you will receive it with no hassle.
The introductory offer of 1 USD is just a start, but if you love the service and want to continue, you can extend the service and get ready to acquire the service by paying 25 USD (PHP 999) starting November 2014.
In conversion of 1 USD, that’s PHP 45 here in our country.
visit www.duointernational.globe.com.ph for more complete details.
If you are ready to try it and avail the PHP 45 fee for a month, then register now and payment will be deducted from your Globe load.
send via SMS by texting DUO
Users should have at least PHP46 load credits to register. As long as you have PHP 1 left, you can use your international number for a month.
take note that this service is designed only to receive calls, and you are not permitted to use it for outgoing calls or text abroad.
I haven’t tried this yet, because I lost my Globe prepaid sim, but I want to try this and take the advantage of the 1 USD, I will buy later my new Globe sim in order to acquire their service.
and btw…Globe still have the FREE FB service! yay!