Globe Telecom has expanded the coverage of its standard rate for data roaming of P599 per day to fifteen more countries, expanding its coverage to a total of 35 countries worldwide.
The default rate for data roaming is now available in Belgium, Denmark, Estonia, Finland, France, Israel, Japan, Latvia, Liechtenstein, Netherlands, Norway, Qatar, Slovakia, Sweden, and Switzerland.
For P599 a day, postpaid customers travelling outside the country for work or leisure can avail of data roaming services without the need for promo registration.
Customers can surf the Internet on their mobile phones and enjoy access to their e-mail accounts, social networks, apps, and other sites for a full 24-hour cycle.
With the default data roaming rate, subscribers are guaranteed of no bill shock, especially those who don?t get to activate or renew promo subscriptions.
Customers no longer have to take note of various roaming rates with a standard rate for all countries covered. They also need not wait until midnight to register and keep track of time zones since the new default rate covers a full 24-hour cycle.
?With our default P599 roaming rate, subscribers can enjoy access to the Internet without the fear of bill shock, as well as without having to memorize roaming rates or promo codes,? said Raul Macatangay, vice rpesident for postpaid business and devices at Globe.
?Subscribers can also register anytime because the P599 rate is valid for an entire 24-hour period. Just select the roaming partner in your country of destination and enjoy a wonderful and worry-free data roaming experience from Globe.?
Besides surfing, subscribers will also enjoy free TravelCare insurance for up to 30 days, which provides up to P200,000 worth of protection from travel inconveniences like flight or baggage delay, loss of travel documents, and trip cancellation, as well as accidental death or medical expenses.
The standard P599 flat rate is also available in partner-carriers in Australia, China, Czech Republic, Germany, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Japan, Macau, Malaysia, Saudi Arabia, Singapore, Spain, South Korea, Taiwan, Thailand, UAE, UK, USA, and Vietnam.