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Discussion in 'iPad, iPhone, iPod touch and Apple Watch' started by King, Dec 13, 2014.
Ang CHEAP talaga ng Globe for recycling old numbers
no more plan zero. the lowest plan they'll offer now is plan 499 with 3gb data capable of rollover
Globe's Plan Zero with maintenance fee is a joke,
Smart Freedom plan is the true Plan Zero postpaid, but sadly its not offer anymore
true. i got 3 freedom plan before they pulled it off their system. its just for a backup.
I was just offered 30 minutes ago by retention 02-730-1300 the Plan Zero with 50.00 maintenance fee.
I second this. I just had my account converted to this plan just now.
did you ask for the plan zero. or you requested to terminate your line, then they offered the plan zero.
they offered me the freedom plan when i request termination of my account.
Are u referring to Smart's freedom plan? Didn't know they offer that upon request of account termination.
I tried the termination spiel on Globe about a year ago. But no Plan Zero was offered.
In my case, I told the CSR that I travel frequently and for long term which means I cannot fully use my plan when I'm abroad, but would like to keep my current number if at all possible without incurring fees and without repeatedly applying for temporary deactivation. Processing was quick and easy, to my surprise.
Good for you. I was asking about this when I had my line terminated then the CSR told me it's not offered. I just asked what's the best deal they can offer
It probably depends on the CSR that you stumbled upon. Consistency is not their strong suit, I suppose.
How does plan zero work? its just 50 pesos maintenance fee plus all of your consumption for the period?
@chluna definitely the staff manning the FB account don't offer the Plan Zero...
I was just offered Globe's Plan Zero a while ago. The CSR I spoke to told me I could avail of prepaid promos under this plan. If this is true, this might actually be a better deal than most of Globe's current plan offerings. Can anyone verify?
a lil off topic here...
Since we can have Globe SIM cards replaced with old number being retained, is there a way that we can convert a Prepaid number into a Post-Paid line? I'm using a very old number (about 13 years old) - and it's a vanity SIM. TIA!