Globe extends free unlimited Viber

Globe Telecom beefs up its flagship unlimited call and text promo for prepaid subscribers by adding free unlimited Viber Chat for the same price.

Globe Prepaid GoUNLI25 is a bundled prepaid offer with unlimited texts and unlimited calls to Globe/TM plus unlimited Viber Chat services without the need for Wi-Fi or additional data charges.

Available to Globe Prepaid subscribers for only P25 valid for 1 day, GoUNLI25 allows subscribers to connect with contacts in any Globe network as well as with other users subscribed to other networks both in the Philippines and abroad, for as long as these contacts have Viber accounts.

Viber is a mobile application that allows users to call, text, and send photos to each other, wherever they are in the world. With Viber, no registration, alias, or invitations are required. The app also instantly integrates with the user's own contact list.

''GoUNLI25 is a perfect offer for the youth who are always on the lookout for new ways of engaging with their social circles. Today, the youth and the prepaid market, in general, look for different ways to connect with their friends, and that means going beyond call and text,'' said KD Dizon, Head of Globe Prepaid. ''With GoUNLI25, our subscribers can now use Unlimited Viber Chat on top of unlimited calls and texts to Globe and TM, all for the same affordable price of P25.

With the Viber Chat connection, subscribers can get in touch with practically all networks everywhere in the world using Viber's revolutionized messaging technology and exciting features. It's totally a new mobile experience for our subscribers because they can use emoticons, pictures and group messaging to enhance the way they connect with friends so they can go lang nang go.''

GoUNLI25 is also available in longer validity options such as the 3-day variant for P67, 7-day variant for P150, and 30-day variant for P600.

To register, subscribers can dial *143# and choose GoSAKTO. They may also register by sending GOUNLI25 to 8888.

GoUNLI25 joins GoSAKTO in the telco's roster of innovative offers and promos for its prepaid subscriber base. Launched in February this year, GoSAKTO lets prepaid subscribers create their own prepaid promo and choose the type and number of calls, texts and data they need for the day, week, or month, based on their needs, budget, and lifestyle.

The promo helped drive the acquisition of over half-a-million new Globe Prepaid subscribers in the first quarter of the year, up 32% and 71% from last year and last quarter, respectively.

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