Would you like to stop worrying about the bill when you call your family and friends? This is possible through the UNLI 599 SIM Only available at all Allphones stores nationwide. As an Allphones customer, you always get the best deals.
Allphones stores offer customers a choice from any of the following services under the UNLI 599 SIM Only: 1) Unlimited Calls and Texts to Globe/TM mobile numbers; 2) Unlimited Calls to Globe/TM mobile and Landline Calls; 3) Unlimited Texts to All Networks; and 4) Unlimited Mobile Internet.
These UNLI 599 services are available through Allphones stores with a monthly service fee of only P599. There’s no lock-in period and the only requirement for a subscriber to apply is one valid ID. Allphones stores make owning a postpaid line with unlimited services a convenient and easy experience.
“We offer affordable feature-rich postpaid services at Allphones stores—in partnership with Globe Telecom—giving postpaid subscribers the maximum service that’s easy on the pocket. For example, other networks offer Unlimited Mobile Internet at the higher price of P999 a month,” said Maureen Laus-Gallant, Marketing head of Allphones Philippines.
Allphones Philippines is bringing the future of telecoms and mobile retailing in the Philippines with its tablet-based, digital, and paperless process for postpaid applications. Subscribers who apply for postpaid plans in Allphones stores no longer have to sign a lot of paper forms or bring a lot of document requirements. All it takes is a valid ID then they are able to process their postpaid applications using a tablet. The customer data they provide is also protected by military grade security protocols.
The leveled-up experience provided by Allphones stores has elicited a phenomenal response from customers. This has allowed Allphones Philippines to establish 40 new stores all over the country in the latter half of 2013. This year, over a dozen more Allphones stores are expected to open in the first quarter.
Customers cite the clean, sleek interior design of Allphones stores as a factor in attracting them to check the store out. Best of all, Allphones stores let customers do a hands-on trial of all the mobile phones on display. Allphones stores use live demo units to allow customers to try out the various phones’ functions and have a better trial experience. This helps customers choose the phone that fits their needs and lifestyle perfectly. Allphones stores also offer various mobile phone brands and models that can be purchased outright.
Visit an Allphones store near you and experience the future of mobile phone shopping. To find the Allphones store nearest you, go to www.allphones.com.ph and use the Store Locator.
In this role, Horan will support the telco’s consumer business group in an advisory capacity, bringing with him over 15 years of experience in senior P&L and commercial positions in the I.T. and Telecommunications industries across six countries, including emerging markets in Asia, the Middle East, and Hungary.
Prior to joining Globe, Horan was Chief Marketing Officer at PT Axis in Indonesia responsible for marketing, online, customer care, customer experience, trade marketing, content, devices, and payments businesses.
Before PT Axis, he was the Chief Commercial Officer at Vodafone Qatar responsible for its fixed and mobile businesses as well as the introduction of payTV. Before his stint at Vodafone Qatar, Horan served as Consumer Marketing Director at Vodafone Hungary.
Horan has studied in the Henley Management College in United Kingdom and further management studies from the International Institute for Management Development in Switzerland.
Former Senior Advisor for Consumer Business Peter George Bithos will take on an expanded advisory role as Chief Operating Advisor, looking after the core Consumer business as well as the new emerging lines of businesses in and around the consumer space.
With the recent normalization of Globe Telecom’s network in the Visayas region following extensive damage brought by Typhoon Yolanda, local enterprises may now avail of broadband services offered by the telecommunications provider in the region.
“We recognize the importance of communication services as a tool that could enhance business opportunities. We want to help the local economy in these typhoon-hit areas by making it our priority to restore network services that include not only voice and text services but also mobile data services, “ said Globe President and CEO Ernest Cu. He stressed that in support of the government’s rebuilding efforts, Globe has accelerated the restoration of telco services in the area to encourage local businesses to resume normal operations, provide livelihood for local residents and in turn spur the local economy.
Following the devastation wrought by typhoon Yolanda in the Visayas region, Globe Telecom recently launched Project Wonderful, which aims to provide support in rebuilding communities through sustainable development. The company’s corporate response to nation building, Project Wonderful endeavors to provide shelter to the homeless, bring education to the children, and generate livelihood opportunities for the jobless.
For the housing sector, Globe through a P15-million donation of its mobile and home broadband brand Tattoo, will build houses in the Gawad Kalinga Rotary Village in Brgy. Tambulilid, Ormoc, Leyte for the benefit of 100 families as well as provide livelihood projects for the residents. Repair kits for 500 homes will also be given to affected host communities in Culion, Palawan; Daanbantayan, Cebu; and Guiuan, Eastern Samar in partnership with Habitat for Humanity while another 940 shelter kits will be distributed in Malaya and Madalag, Aklan in partnership with Non-Timber Forest Products.
For the education sector, Globe will establish 100 tent classrooms in totally damaged elementary and secondary high schools as well as distribute at least 5,000 learning kits for students and teachers in identified tent schools. Latest statistics showed that Typhoon Yolanda damaged over 1 million houses, more than 20,000 classrooms of public schools, and P17 billion worth of agricultural products in regions 4B, 6, 7, and 8.