Introducing a global innovation in home Internet and entertainment technology, Globe Telecom launches Globe Streamwatch Xtreme - the world’s first all-in-one device with fast home internet, free local TV channels, and Internet TV with 1M videos, shows, and movies.
Globe Streamwatch Xtreme has internet connection that is 2x faster, 2X stronger, 2x wider coverage than pocket wifi device. Since this is prepaid, you also have no monthly bill and it’s reloadable. Plus, you can watch clear live local free TV channels without eating into your load. It is also a Set Top Box which gives you the power to select and stream from a variety of online content like Youtube and Facebook videos and many more that everyone in the family can enjoy.
“Content streaming and viewing are now one of the core activities of Filipino households. These are now how families spend quality time with one another at home,” says Martha Sazon, SVP and Head of Broadband Business at Globe Telecom. “Globe Streamwatch Xtreme is specifically designed to satisfy the Filipino customers’ cravings for the best and latest in international and local content in a more accessible, user-friendly and affordable way.”
Multiple devices can be connected to the Globe Streamwatch Xtreme at the same time for the whole family. What’s more, Globe Streamwach Xtreme is also videoke-ready with two built-in microphone outlets for those who enjoy the signature Filipino home past time.
Globe Streamwatch Xtreme is available in select Globe stores located in Metro Manila, Laguna, Cavite, Bulacan, Rizal a, d regional centers, Cebu and Davao for an introductory price of P2999 (that’s P2000 off from the standard retail price of P4,999) starting December 15, 2018. With this new all-in-one device, Globe At Home Prepaid strengthens its commitment to providing the Filipino customer with the best that the international and local entertainment has to offer.
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