Taking product customization to the next level, Globe launches the best-ever MySuperPlan, a next-generation postpaid plan with new features that will allow subscribers to further customize and personalize their postpaid plans.
I am personally excited about this new offering. I’ve been hearing a lot of good things about it. Wondering what the MySuperPlan exactly is? Read on… Read more
When it comes to money matters, one has to be very careful where they spend their hard-earned cash.
Just because one establishment says their item is cheaper than a similar item sold by another DOES NOT necessarily mean it actually is. It’s all in the wording. If you don’t do your own pencil-pushing, you are putting yourself at risk of throwing away more money than you should.
Case in point… the much awaited iPhone 5. This is one hot commodity everyone is looking to purchase. Two telco giants are bringing this baby in come Dec 14, 2012 – Globe and Smart. Both have already announced their respective pricing scheme for the iPhone 5.
As with any item being sold, an interested individual would first have to consider where he/she can get this smartphone at the most affordable price. This is where it gets tricky.
Which telco is really offering the iPhone 5 at a lower price?
How much is a megabyte (MB) really worth – A couple of clicks? A few Facebook “likes”? A handful of tweets?
Knowing how much one (1) MB is worth is a great way to determine how “online-heavy” you are. This will also aid you in selecting which type of data plan fits your needs and how NOT to breach your subscription’s threshold.
That being said, Globe has prepared a few infographics to help give you an idea of how much data you consume.
Globe has also provided a chart of their Powersurf Plans which you could easily choose from based on your online needs and behavior.