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Globe is exclusive PH carrier of the Samsung Galaxy SIII mini

Globe Telecom gets first dibs on the Samsung Galaxy SIII mini as the first Philippine telco to carry the latest device from Samsung’s roster of Galaxy S smartphones.

Exclusively offering the device from January 23 to February 28, Globe empowers subscribers with various plan options to get the Samsung Galaxy SIII mini for as low as P999 monthly depending on their budget, needs and lifestyle.

Under Unli Surf Plan 999, subscribers get the Samsung Galaxy SIII mini for free with unlimited mobile surfing and one call and text freebie changeable monthly.

Subscribers can also opt to get the device for free under My Super Plan 999 with P900 worth of monthly consumable amount for calls and texts, free 50MB data for mobile surfing, and two call and text freebies that are changeable monthly.

Finally, subscribers can avail of the Platinum Plan 3799 which gives them the Samsung Galaxy SIII mini and the Samsung Galaxy SIII for free, complete with unlimited mobile surfing, P2,800 worth of monthly consumable for calls and texts, and seven call and text freebies that are changeable monthly.

Subscribers availing of the Platinum Plan 3799 are also eligible to get the Platinum Blue membership, which includes access to the 24/7 Globe Platinum Hotline for after-sales support, nationwide assistance from the Platinum Concierge Service, exclusive offers and privileges from partner establishments, and priority lane access in Globe Stores nationwide.

“We cement our leadership in postpaid with our opening salvo for 2013 – the Samsung Galaxy SIII Mini. Our one-month exclusivity with the device testifies to our strong and robust partnership with Samsung. Get the best smartphone experience from Globe with the new Samsung Galaxy SIII mini, headlined by our roster of customizable postpaid plans and exclusive offers, powered by a faster Globe network, now with more pervasive 3G and 4G coverage nationwide,” said Martha Sazon, Head of Globe Postpaid.

Sazon added, “The components of our plan offers are perfect for users to enjoy the features of the new Samsung Galaxy SIII mini – from unlimited surfing to upload multimedia content and update social networking sites worry-free, to free calls and texts to connect with one’s social circles anytime, anywhere.”

Pre-order starts from January 23 until January 31 on the Globe website via http://www.globe.com.ph/galaxys3-mini-preorder. Subscribers who pre-order online get a free Samsung Galaxy SIII mini flip cover, valued at P1,000. Starting February 1, subscribers who wish to purchase the device can go to a Globe Store nearest them to apply.

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