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Globe introduces different PowerSurf plans

Globe has given its subscribers a flexible internet data plan that allows them to choose how much they want to spend on data every month. The four mobile internet schemes codenamed Rookie, Friendly, and Master allow users the flexibility of acquiring a data plan every month that addresses their internet needs. The Rookie plan is the least expensive of them all, costing only Php 99 for 50MB of data for one month. Next on the tier is Friendly, which gives users a monthly cap of 300MB of data for only Php 299 a month. The highest tier is the Master, which gives users 1GB worth of data for only Php 500 a month.

“Knowing your MB profile will definitely empower you to make your own rules when it comes to mobile surfing. Once you know what your profile is, you can get the perfect PowerSurf MB plan for you so you can maximize your mobile surfing experience. So whether you are a Rookie, Friendly, Worker, Master, Globe PowerSurf MB plans give you full control over your usage—over the things you love to do on the mobile phone, over how long you want to be online, and more importantly, over your mobile browsing budget,” said Jenny Granada-Echevarria, Head of Globe Mobile Data Services.

Prepaid subscribers on a budget can choose the following affordable PowerSurf plans: 20MB for P15 valid for 1 day, 50MB for P30 also valid for 1 day, and 100MB for P50 valid for 3 days. Prepaid and Postpaid subscribers looking for plans with higher MB allocation and longer validity can avail of the following 30-day PowerSurf MB variants: 50MB for only P99, 300 MB for only P299, and 1GB (or 1024MB) for only P499.