Globe Broadband Super Sulit P595/month

Saw the TV ad last night and I got curious. Globelines/Innove now offers their Broadband service for a promo that has the following specs:

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  • Monthly service fee: Php595.00 per month
  • Internet speed: up to 256kpbs
  • Limit: 30 hours per month
  • Cost of usage in excess of 30 hours: Php 0.17 per minute or Php 10.00 per hour
  • Lock-in periond: 24 months

You do not need a Globelines land line to avail this promo because this is a stand-alone internet connection service. There is also an installation fee of Php1,000.00 but you can pay this at Php250.00 per month in the first four (4) months of the service.

This limited broadband service is targeted to those who need a fast internet connection at home for periodical internet usage like e-mail, school research and quick IM sessions. It sure beats lining up for a PC unit in crowded internet shops around school or in your neighborhood.

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  1. hey hello i am asking lang kung how much ba mapag mag palayag nag connection sa internet at ano ba ang kailigan pa para makapaly nag connection pls email me back

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    1. kakaasar yang globe 1mb nga ang bagal baga l 256kbps pa!!!!!!!!!!!!!! baka d n gumalaw yan mamuti na ang buhok mo sa asr!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    1. Liezl, 256kpbs kasi ang bilis nito. Pwede na rin para sa voice conferencing at videos sa YouTube. Pero hindi siya para sa mga matagalang internet session.

      Limited service nga at para lang sa mga kailangan talaga ng mabilis na koneksyon sa bahay para sa mga importanteng pangangailangan: e-mail at school research.

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  2. hay bakit ang mahal pa din!!! P595.00 + P250.00 = P854.00 plus yung load mo 5hours kunwari everyday, ung 30hours na free divide mo sa 5hours = 6days na 5hours. 30days – 6days = 24 days ung matitira na kaylangan mo na yung loadan 5hours x P10.00 = P50.00 x mo sa 24days = P1200.00, P1200.00 + P845.00 = P2045.00 lahat. biruin mo yun P2045.00 lahat, pag nabayadan mo naman ung installation fee P1000.00 = P1795.00 mahal padin! Hindi naman lahat mayaman!

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    1. BRO OK YUNG COMPUTATION MO PARANG AKO DIN PAG NAG ANALYZE. HEKEHEK. I DONT MEAN TO BE BIAS KC PLDT DSL AKO PERO PARA SAKIN PINAKASULIT PA RIN ANG PLDTDSL. IVE TRIED GLOBE AND SMARTBRO NA RIN BEFORE. DAMI NILA PAEK EK. GANUN DIN NAMAN. BAT DI NA LANG NILA PANTAYAN ANG PLDT DSL DI BA?

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  3. hello tnong ko lng kung ung super sulit 595 ee ksma na ba yung byad sa telepono?…tska kung pano mgplgay…please email me

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    1. Nung tumawag ako sa Globe 171 para magtanong, hindi pa kasama ang landline dito, internet connection lang talaga. Mabuti pang tumawag kayo sa 171 para masagot ang lahat ng mga tanong niyo.

      Customer lang din ako ng Globe. šŸ™‚

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    2. wag na sayang
      lang pera mo kakaasar yang globe ang bagal…………. mas maganda talaga yung sky po.

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  4. Medyo mahal din ito kung youre going to use your internet 2hours a day. aabot din ng 1k. Mas maganda siguro kung mag offer ang globe ng broadband, pero mas mababa ang monthly bill sa pldt dsl, pero same ang speed.

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  5. My latest encounter getting my connection fixed. Called on tuesday morning reported no dsl signal the call center employee apologized and told me their tech's would fix the problem as soon as possible.

    Called Wed morning asked them when their tech's were gonna start working on my connection, The call center employee said a tech would come to my house sometime today. Waited all day no tech showed up. Called the tech support call center Thursday morning and told them no one came on wed, the call center employee apologized and said i would now have to wait 12 days for another on site visit.I informed the call center employee that i would cancel my account before i wait a total of 16 days before someone from globeline to start working on my connection and that's dependent on if they even show up when scheduled.

    Decided to stop wasting my time with the Globeline technical support hot line and went down to the

    local office at 1pm. Talked to a rep about the problem and he made a phone call and told me a tech would come to my house. A repair team showed up about 4pm and checked the telephone pole outside and there was no signal which means the problem was between that pole and the facility box. The tech informed me that they didn't have a key to open the box so they would tell some other tech's to check the box on Friday as that's likely where the problem was. Woke up Friday morning and my connection has been finally fixed.

    To recap

    Tues – no attempt to fix my connection

    Wed – no attempt to fix my connection and a no show on the on-site visit.

    Thurday – Repair crew shows up at 4pm not prepared or equipped to fix a internet connection.

    Friday – Connection restored at around 9am.

    It took Globelines 4 days to fix a internet connection that could have been fixed in 15 minutes. I had to call numerous times which were a total waste of my time and had to go down to the local office in person to get them to start working on the problem.

    As a customer paying for a service i find this level of service unacceptable and globelines needs major improvement in the way they service their existing accounts.

    I don't need a call center employee to tell me their tech's will fix the reported problem when in fact no one is working on it.

    When a on-site visit is scheduled it would be nice if someone showed up.

    Reporting a no show from Globelines on-site visit the next day and informed that since the tech did not show up i now have to wait another 12 days for the next available tech is just retarded.

    When a repair crew goes to fix a connection problem they should be prepared and equipped such as having a key to open a box.

    Globelines need to staff their tech support call center with people who are able to do more than and generate reports, they should be able to make a phone call and resolve problems instead of saying sorry our tech didn't show up but now you have to wait 12 more days for the next available tech.

    I should not have to call numerous times to coordinate the repair efforts on my connection, I should not have to make a on-site visit to the local Globelines office in order to get a 15 minute repair job done. If i had not done these things Globelines technical support hot line employee's would have me waiting 16 days for another on-site visit that they may of not show up for.

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  6. Update…

    Thought it was fixed on friday morning but turns out even tho i can now connect to the internet i am getting around 30% of the speed i am supposed to get. My 3mb dsl connection wont speed test faster than 0.7 – 0.8.

    When i first got it hooked up i speed tested the line and got 3.2 to 3.4.

    Called Globelines about it and was informed of a area wide network problem and was told the internet was down in my area. I informed them that i could connect but it was less than 1mb download speed.

    They said a tech would look into it, Saturday afternoon a tech shows up and tries a different modem which made no difference and then left. While he was here he said there was a major upgrade going on somewhere.

    Getting problems now where i can't connect to most sites like google, yahoo, etc…Still

    connecting to some sites tho.

    Sunday morning, can't connect to most sites altho i can connect to some.

    Called repair people again. They said they will try and send someone out later today.

    Sunday afternoon and i can connect to most sites but still only getting 30% of the speed.

    To recap…

    First report problems to Globelines on Tuesday Aug 10, 2010 its now Sunday Aug 15th and still not fixed.

    Globelines has alot of excuses but i really can't understand why a major telecom like Globelines needs weeks to fix a internet connection.

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