AS a means to ramp up the subscriber identification modules (SIM) registration of their prepaid cards, Globe on Tuesday said they offering incentives to Globe customers who register their SIMs with just a week left before the April 26 deadline.
In a statement, Globe said they will be implementing the “2x Rewards Campaign,” where prepaid subscribers with P90 and above promo/load transactions and TM customers with P50 and
above transactions will get twice the Rewards when they register via the GlobeOne app.
Globe said that this applies to both the new registration and those that had previously registered via GlobeOne App.
Globe Rewards is the company’s way of granting special treats to its subscribers for their loyal use of Globe or TM products and services.
Customers can earn points from Prepaid reloads, monthly Postpaid usage, Globe At Home broadband plans, and Prepaid WiFi.
These can be exchanged for data promos and digital vouchers or used as payment at partner stores or donations to their preferred charitable institutions.
The “2X Rewards” promo aims to encourage new and existing Globe and TM prepaid subscribers to comply with Republic Act No. 11934 or the SIM Registration Act, which aims to curb fraud and other forms of cybercrime by establishing a registry of SIM users.
“We urge our subscribers to take advantage of the 2X Rewards promo and register their SIMs before the April 26 deadline to avoid inconvenience. We recognize the significance of the SIM Registration Act in preventing scams and other forms of online criminal activity, and we are committed to helping our customers comply. Let’s work together to make our online community safer and more secure” Jerome Patalud, head of Globe Rewards said.
Globe has logged over 31 million SIM registrations as of April 17 out of its 86.7 million subscriber base.
According to the Department of Information and Communications Technology, as of April 16, 2023, a total of 71,952,802 sim cards have been registered, representing 42.82 percent of the of 168,977,773 million total subscribers nationwide.
Catherine R. Cueto