The Samsung Galaxy S III from Globe: Available Postpaid Plans
Interested in getting a Samsung Galaxy S III bundled with one of Globe’s postpaid plans? Here are the total costs you can expect to shoulder over two years.
The Samsung Galaxy S III is the company’s latest “flagship” phone, marketed as the smartphone with the best hardware and capability built in from the manufacturer. It’s predecessor was the highly-praised Galaxy S II, which set new standards for performance and speed for mobile phones.
You can pre-order the Galaxy S III from Globe through here. Available colors are “Pebble Blue” and “Marble White”:
The S III is available under “Promotional Pricing” through a variety of Globe postpaid plans:
|Monthly fee under
Unli Surf Combo
|Plan 2499||5||₱1,500||None||Not applicable||₱59,976|
|Plan 3799||7||₱2,800||None||Not applicable||₱91,176|
+base monthly fee
Subscribers availing of these plans can opt to pay the cashout for the phone upfront, or divide it over the 24-month length of the contract if they are Citibank or BPI credit card holders. For those who pay the cashout in full, the monthly fee is reflected by the number in the plan name. For example: for Plan 999 it’s ₱999 a month.
The “Unli Surf Combo” plans are reminiscent of what was available for the iPhone 4S, and should be appealing for users who’ve always had a good 3G/4G connection with Globe. The Plan 999 in particular—with its total two-year cost of ₱40,776—may prove very appealing to new and renewing subscribers, as pointed out by MigsMobile.net.
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