In line with its vision of connecting more Filipino homes, Globe at Home struck a milestone partnership with the local government of Koronadal City, South Cotabato in providing its residents high-quality Internet connectivity.
The partnership was formalized through a recent public announcement and motorcade led by Koronadal City Mayor lawyer Eliordo “Bebot” Ogena and City Councilor Hon. Bert Hinay.
Present at the event were representatives from Globe at Home such as Territory Sales Head John Cleifel Castolo; Mobile Territory Sales Head Danilo Arancon; Area Sales Head Richard Galicha; and Junior Area Sales Head Arnel B. dela Cruz.
With a partnership in place, Globe at Home GoUNLI Fiber plans is now available in Brgy. Caloocan, Brgy. Gen. Paulino Santos, Brgy. Santo Niño, Brgy. Morales, Brgy. Zone I, Brgy. Zone II and Brgy. Zone IV. Plan offers start at 1699 per month with speeds of 5Mbps to 100Mbps with no data cap.
With Globe At Home, customers can also enjoy world-class entertainment with 6-month access to top streaming apps such as DisneyLife, FOX+ and Amazon Prime Video.
“This is a milestone for us at Globe at Home as we continue making our services available to areas outside Luzon,” said Martha Sazon, SVP, and Head of Broadband Business at Globe.
“We are tirelessly working on expanding our infrastructure to cater to more Filipino families nationwide and in turn, provide them more opportunities to grow and learn with their families brought by high-quality connectivity.”
Globe at Home aims to connect two million households through high-speed internet this year. With a solid expansion strategy and device innovations in place, this vision is well on its way to becoming a reality.
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