Globe Postpaid plans now come with budget-friendly 5G devices. Globe offers a wide array of budget-friendly 5G-ready devices that allows you to stream high-quality movies and TV shows, play online games, and get on conference calls with clearer video and audio.
But first, you’ll need a good 5G-ready device to experience the full potential of this technology. You can purchase it here https://shop.globe.com.ph/devices/5g-mobile-phones or visit the Globe Store nearest you.
Huawei’s Nova 7 SE. It is currently the most affordable 5G smartphone in the lineup. While it’s the most affordable, it packs a lot on tech. The nifty smartphone features a 6.5-inch screen, a powerful Kirin 820 chipset, 8GB of RAM, and a 64-megapixel Five AI camera that comes for free with Globe’s ThePlan 1299 and above.
Huawei Nova 7. Coming in with a slightly larger screen and an upgraded chipset is the Huawei Nova 7. This 5G smartphone boasts of a 6.53-inch display with a 2400 x 1080 resolution, a formidable Kirin 985 chipset, and a quad-camera feature. The Nova 7 comes bundled at no extra cost with Globe’s ThePlan 1799 and above.
Samsung Galaxy A42 5G. This also suits cost-conscious customers, featuring a 6.6-inch super AMOLED screen, 128GB of memory, and a quad-camera setup. You may get this model for free with Globe’s ThePlan 1799 and above.
Customers may also choose from Globe’s flagship phones, including the Samsung Galaxy Note20, Samsung S20 Ultra, Huawei P40, and P40 Pro, which promises to maximize 5G’s powerful speeds and enjoy new ways to connect, watch, play, and socialize given the new normal.
To enjoy the complete 5G experience, users need a 5G-capable mobile phone with a 4G/LTE SIM which are both compatible with Globe’s upgraded network. Read: Get the New Samsung Galaxy S21 with Globe
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The Philippines’ average speeds continue to improve, registering increases in December 2020 and besting 13 more countries at this time, according to the Speedtest® Global Index by Ookla®, the global leader in internet testing and analysis. In December, the country’s average mobile download speed was higher at 22.5 Mbps compared to 18.49 Mbps in November 2020, with an upload speed of 6.03 Mbps and latency of 33 ms. (Based on analysis by Ookla® of Speedtest Intelligence® data comparing Q3 2020 to Q4 2020. Ookla trademarks used under license and reprinted with permission)
The company strongly supports the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals, particularly UN SDG No. 9 which highlights the roles of infrastructure and innovation as crucial drivers of economic growth and development. Globe is committed to upholding the 10 United Nations Global Compact principles and 10 UN SDGs.
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