Here’s some really cool news for those drooling over what some people are touting as one of the best Android phones in market today – the HTC One…
As the preferred partner of the world’s leading device manufacturers, Globe Telecom sealed another deal to be the exclusive Philippine telecom carrier of the new HTC One, making it the lone telco in the country to offer the latest HTC smartphone under its best-ever MySuperPlan.
There is an old saying that goes, “Words can only get you so far”… This phrase perhaps is most evident when you look at the competition of mobile networks here in the Philippines. Networks fight tooth and nail for each and every potential subscriber… either to retain them, or entice them to switch to their “better” service.
Not only is competition stiff… sometimes, one network will opt to use dirty tactics and black propaganda to lure customers from the rival network. But do these tactics really work? From what I gather (and based on experience)… no matter how much BS you put out to hype up your own service, people aren’t fooled too easily – they actually see through all the lies and deception. Customers have finally learned to be more discerning.
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?