One of the things our new normal has shown us is how much we rely on fast and reliable connectivity. As most of us stay and work from home, we depend on the internet more today than ever for entertainment, communication, and more.

To serve the needs of their subscribers, Globe is launching its 5G connectivity soon, starting in select locations in Makati and BGC, followed by a progressive roll out to more areas in the country.

Globe’s 5G will be initially available to Postpaid and Platinum subscribers. Prepaid customers will have to wait towards the end of the year for 5G.

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To be able to use 5G, you will need a 5G supported smartphone. Subscribers who already have 5G enabled phones will not be charged any additional fees when connecting to the 5G network. Current Globe LTE sims are already 5G-enabled, allowing them to join the network right away.

One of the more affordable 5G smartphones right now is the Huawei Nova 7 SE, which comes free at ThePLAN 1499. This plan comes with a monthly allocation of 10GB open access data, unlimited calls to Globe/TM subscribers, unlimited text and 100 minutes call to all networks.

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Aside from the Huawei Nova 7 SE, other 5G devices that are bundled with a Globe postpaid plan include the Huawei P40, Huawei Mate 30 Pro 5G and Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra.

With the speed and low latency that 5G offers, smart cities, intelligent homes, self-driving vehicles, and energy grids become more viable. Globe is committed to bringing a future that is highly-digitized, convenient and revolutionizes how Filipinos live.

For more information about Globe 5G, you may visit the website at


Bryan is a tech enthusiast and self-admitted geek who enjoys blogging and watching NBA clips on YouTube. He has over 20 years of experience in corporate communications, marketing services, and customer relations from different industries such as telecommunications and banking.

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