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hell0 po ulit...bale ang nakuha ko po yung outdoor antenna hindi nila binigay yung indoor..so hindi ko na magamit yung comp ko pag nasa sala ako or any place in the house ..kelangan ko ulit bumili ng wireless router for that case..nung nagask ako sa Globelines office, ganun daw policy nila na pag binigay yung outdoor antenna hindi na daw kasama yung indoor..ganun po ba talga yun?
oo nga eh i was really wondrin bakit ganun..sige balik ako globelines bukas ask ko sila..hindi naman po siguro pwedeng magkaiba ang policy ng manila and baguio globe innove diba kasi yung first call namin before kami kabitan is from manila pa daw...salamat po for the information..
globe kame sa pangasinan tapos smart bro kame sa manila,
i like smart bro better (that is kung d umuulan)
tanong ko *** po kng my wired dsl along nrth caloocan area ang globe??
Express: My Internet
Extreme: Internet 2 the MAX
How to apply?
To apply, just fill out an application form & present a copy of any one (1) and the most recent of the ff:
1. Proof of identification – Driver’s license, Company ID, Passport w/ Signature, SSS/ TIN/ GSIS ID, PRC/IBP ID, Major Credit Card (even without picture)
2. Proof of Billing – Public utility bill, credit card statement, bank statement, any acceptable ID with address seen on the proof of identification
3. Proof of Income/Financial – Income tax return or latest two (2) months bank statement
For more details/to apply, contact:
(02)497-0723 // (02)846-0895 Res. T/F
Globe unveils commercial WiMAX service
By Alexander Villafania
First Posted 17:08:00 03/25/2009
MANILA, Philippines--Months since it announced deployment of a Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access (WiMAX) service, Ayala-owned Globe Telecom finally announced the commercial availability of its own service this month.
Globe Telecom said WiMAX would complement existing DSL and 3G services being offered under its broadband services.
The enhanced wireless broadband service would be available in South Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao, Globe said in a statement.
WiMAX uses the 802.16 standard developed by the WiMAX Forum. Currently, it has a maximum bandwidth speed of up to 70 megabits per second, providing bigger bandwidth for data-hungry applications like streaming video.
Globe said that subscribers would get a maximum bandwidth of up to 512 kilobits per second at P795 per month under its WiMAX-powered Globe Broadband service.
“We challenge anyone with a competitive wireless subscription to try out our WiMAX-backed plans. We are so confident with our service that we challenge you try out our connection, risk-free. Should you be unhappy with the connection within one month from installation, we’ll give you your money-back, no questions asked,” according to Globe Telecom Consumer Broadband Business Group Head Menchi Orlina.
Globe WiMAX in the Philippines
Globe Telecom just announced the commercial availability of its Globe WiMax (Worldwide Interoperability for Microwave Access) service that will initially be available in South Luzon, Visayas and Mindanao.
WiMAX uses the 802.16 standard and currently has a maximum bandwidth speed of up to 70 megabits per second. Subscribers of the WiMAX-powered Globe Broadband service would get a maximum bandwidth of up to 512 kilobits per second at 795 pesos per month.
Globe Broadband’s WiMAX Application Details:
Monthly Service Fee (MSF): Php795.00 (Vat Inclusive)
Download Speed: up to 512kbps
Installation Fee: Waived
Internet Usage: Unlimited
Lock-in Period: 1year (12months)
Termination Fee: Php2,500
Equipment: Modem with External Antenna
Remarks: One-month money back guarantee
a. Signed Application Form
b. Photocopy of Valid ID
c. Proof of Financial or 1month advance payment (P795)
d. Proof of billing address
For more details, contact:
(02)497-0723 // (02)846-0895 Res. T/F
Banned by Admin
Sorry, walang Globe wired service jan Krus na Ligas, Diliman, QC wireless service only!
Globe launches WiMax service
By Mary Ann LL. Reyes Updated March 26, 2009 12:00 AM
MANILA, Philippines - In a bid to jumpstart its fast-growing broadband business, Globe Telecom has launched its WiMax (worldwide interoperability for microwave access) service, a cutting-edge wireless technology that will bring Internet access to more and more Filipinos around the country.
Globe officials said people who previously had little or no options for broadband Internet connection are now able to access the Internet through Globe Broadband, powered by WiMax.
WiMax is a standards-based technology designed to enable the deployment of wireless broadband access as a cost-efficient alternative to cable and wired broadband DSL.
This new technology also aims to improve reach since it can cover distances greater than those covered by other wireless technologies like WiFi, CDMA, or 3G.
Globe’s network is considered the first and biggest 2.5Ghz WiMax (802.16e) broadband network in South East Asia .
Globe is also the first in the Philippines to launch WiMax. Available starting this month, the company’s WiMax package is a high-speed Internet plan that lets users surf the web at speeds of up to 512kbps for only P795 per month. The package also comes with an aggressive money-back guarantee.
“We challenge anyone with a competitive wireless subscription to try out our Wimax-backed plans. We are so confident with our service that we challenge you try out our connection, risk-free. Should you be unhappy with the connection within one month from installation, we’ll give you your money-back, no questions asked,” according to Menchi Orlina, head of Globe’s consumer broadband business group.
The service is initially available in selected areas in South Luzon, Visayas, and Mindanao. Globe will continue to roll-out hundreds of WiMax sites, as a complement to its existing DSL and 3G internet facilities, to ensure the internet gets to every Filipino who needs it.
Globe earlier announced that is spending $350 to $400 million this year.
Of the $350to $400 million capital expenditure budget this year, around $150 million will be spent for consumer broadband including the third generation of mobile communications technology (3G), $130 million for core cellular 2G (second generation mobile technology), $25 million for corporate data, $20 million for support capex, and $25 million as carry-over spend for international cable facilities and other non-recurring capex.
The 2009 capex budget of around P16.5 billion is 23 percent of 2008 revenues. In 2008, capex was at P19.9 billion for a capex to revenue ratio of 30 percent.
Subscriber na ako ng Globe Wireless Broadband, tanong ko lang kung puedeng lagyan ng Wireless Router *** ZTE modem para maging wireless na *** access sa internet. Sagabal kasi *** LAN cable saka hindi mo madala sa ibang parts ng bahay *** Laptop. Kung puede cyang kabitan ng wireless router, anong klaseng router ang magandang gamitin at paano ba ang set-up at configuration...patulong naman...email mo na lang sa akin sa email@example.com...Thanks
yung globelines ko with internet 3 weeks na wala internet. pati telepono walang dial tone as in blangko talaga. naka ilang tawag na ko sa globe puro system restoration and monitor ko lang daw. grabe service ng globe. di ko na alam kung sino tatawagan ko para maayos to.
up yan ang gamit naming net mabilis at maganda ...aus yan
taga bataan ako pero malakas pa din ang siganl
meron po bang servie ang globe wireless sa bulacan? Specifically sa San Jose Del Monte? Thanks
i'am from NAVOTAS
ano ba mas okey sa area ko? GLOBE or SMART?
anybody here from Navotas please