Break time is YouTube time for Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto

posted September 12, 2018 at 06:15 pm
by  Manila Standard Showbitz
With their undeniable chemistry and serious acting chops well beyond their years, real and reel-life couple Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto are just on a roll when it comes to dominating both the big screen and television, effortlessly winning fans all over the country and making their mark in the industry.

Break time is YouTube time for Joshua Garcia and Julia Barretto
JoshLia’s passion for mobile content is one of many reasons this young couple is thrilled to be part of the TNT family as its new endorsers, headlining the mobile brand’s groundbreaking Free YouTube Every Day promo.
But amid their busy schedules, Joshua and Julia, known best by their moniker JoshLia, are just like any other people their age who consider video apps like YouTube as a go-to pastime. Between grueling hours on set, JoshLia squeeze in “YouTube breaks” to perk themselves up, unwind just a little, or—when a major scene calls for it—get in character.

 “In between takes, I usually play music videos of my favorite artists on YouTube. It’s amazing how a song can totally change your mood in a snap—and with video, it’s just so much more intense and heartfelt,” said 21-year old Julia, who once got caught on cam shedding tears while watching Moira Dela Torre’s music video for “Tagpuan.”

 “Aside from music videos, I also check YouTube for other stuff—from make-up tutorials, travel vlogs, and of course, funny viral clips.”

“Break time is easily YouTube time for us,” declared 20-year old Joshua. “YouTube has a lot of great content for everyone, but like Julia, I find myself playing music videos, and streaming guitar lessons because I play the instrument. I am also into games, so there are moments when I check gaming clips and walkthroughs. There are also the usual trending videos and viral clips that keep us abreast with what people are talking about online.”

JoshLia’s passion for mobile content is one of many reasons this young couple is thrilled to be part of the TNT family as its new endorsers, headlining the mobile brand’s groundbreaking Free YouTube Every Day promo.

Even better, TNT has now made free YouTube even more accessible by expanding its list of prepaid promos that instantly come with 1 hour of Free YouTube Every Day, such as Supercombo 20GigaSurf 50, Panalo Data 30, and Panalo Combo 30. With Free YouTube Every Day, TNT customers can make the most of their break time by streaming their favorite videos in one sitting or in several sessions throughout the day. They can watch funny vlogs, stream music videos, catch eye-opening documentaries, and learn from instructional clips, and so much more.

“As a brand, TNT has been known for making it easier and more affordable for customers to enjoy their favorite online activities with our budget-friendly data promos. Our collaboration with YouTube allows us to further reinforce our brand essence, this time as an enabler for Filipinos to enjoy a wide range of content on the world’s largest video-sharing platform. We are also working towards bringing other video platforms into the mix to give our customers a full range of options,” said Carlo Endaya, VP for Prepaid Marketing.

TNT’s Free YouTube Every Day promo is valid until Oct. 31, 2018. TNT customers can enjoy Free YouTube Every Day on the back of Smart’s LTE network, the country’s fastest LTE network as recognized by industry experts Ookla and OpenSignal.

 Check out https://www.tntph.com/FREEYOUTUBE for more details on how to enjoy Free YouTube Every Day.  To find out more about JoshLia’s favorite break time activities, also follow TNT on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/TNTph) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/tntph).  

Topics: Joshua Garcia , Julia Barretto , YouTube , Moira Dela Torre , TNT , Carlo Endaya
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