Globe and RIM announce Globe and BlackBerry Exclusives promo series

Last night, RIM and Globe announced that they have once again joined forces to launch the Globe and BlackBerry Exclusives. Three exciting and exclusive music events and parties are waiting just for you when you avail of the BlackBerry Curve 9220 or the Curve 9230 through a Globe postpaid plan.

“After the much-talked about Nicki Minaj Concert Tour last July, we are excited to launch the Globe and BlackBerry Music Exclusives, a series of music events designed to provide Globe BlackBerry subscribers that exclusive music experience,” says Martha Sazon, Head of Globe Postpaid.

Here’s what’s in store for Globe BlackBerry postpaid subscribers in these three series of promos:

New and re-contracting subscribers who avail of a Globe postpaid plan with the Curve 9220 from September 13 will automatically get a free raffle entry for a chance to win 4 VIP passes with 2 buckets of beer and 2 pica-pica dishes for free with the Bar Tour Series. This is a series of shows where you get to see some of the hottest local bands live and up-close. These participating shows are: Pedicab and Imago at Cubao X on September 1, General Luna and Razorback at 19 East on September 7, and Sandwich and Taken by Cars at the B-Side on September 22.

The Karaoke Series lets new and re-contracting subscribers who avail of the Curve 9320 under a Globe postpaid plan from July 2 to November 15, 2012 get a free raffle entry for a chance to win a 5-hour karaoke night with free food and drinks at Red Box Karaoke. Eight winners will be picked, and each of them can bring 4 of their friends. The Karaoke Series will run on October 19, November 9, November 16, and November 23.

Dying to see your favorite international music artists perform live?  Those who avail of either the Curve 9220 or the Curve 9230 under a postpaid plan as a new line or re-contracting from July 2 to October 31, 2012 are entitled to 100 (for the Curve 9220) or 200 (for the Curve 9230) raffle points for the Concert Series. Three (3) winners will be chose to see Katy Perry live in Singapore on September 23. Four (4) winners will also be picked to watch pop icon Madonna in Los Angeles on October 11. Lastly, five (5) winners will be chosen to see British band Coldplay at their concert in Sydney, Australia on November 17. The winners will get free roundtrip airfare, accommodations, concert tickets, and an awesome send-off party. You can earn more raffle points and increase your chances of winning by downloading ringback tones, true tones, full track songs from 2346, and Record Store.

Globe and BlackBerry also teamed up with local music channel MYX to launch the MYX Fly Away promo where new and re-contracting subscribers who avail of a BlackBerry Curve 9320 under a postpaid plan will get one raffle entry for the chance to win an all-expense paid trip for two to see Madonna live in Los Angeles.

So here’s the big question: Which Globe postpaid plans offer the BlackBerry Curve 9220 and the Curve 9320?

The Curve 9220 is free when you avail of the Globe My Super Plan 499 with a PHP 99 unlimited BlackBerry Chat subscription. This package gives you PHP 499 monthly consumable load for calls and texts, unlimited access to BlackBerry Messenger (BBM), and 2 freebies.

Meanwhile, the Curve 9320 is available for free upon subscription to the My Super Plan BlackBerry Unli Surf Combo Plan 999, which allows subscribers to enjoy PHP 400 monthly consumable load for calls and texts, unlimited surfing, and 1 freebie.

You can avail of the Curve 9220 and the Curve 9320 by visiting Globe stores nationwide, calling 730-1010 or logging on to or


  1. love it! i’m a big fan of Blackberry and I’ve been using Blackberry and Globe since 2007. Hoping to get a rewards! lol!!!

  2. I don’t understand why BlackBerry Subscribers under Globe Business are not entitled to these perks, when in fact those clients under this BU are high volume users of BB and has been using BB since the dawn of this device at the Philippines targeting the corporate industry. Is there such a big rift between Globe Postpaid Consumer and Business?

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