SurfAlert is now activated for Globe Postpaid subscribers

Worry-free browsing anytime

Globe Postpaid customers given full control of browsing experience with SurfAlert feature
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Globe Telecom’s SurfAlert service went live last August 6, 2020, and is now activated for its postpaid customers. The said service is permanent and free to all postpaid customers to ensure worry-free surfing and unexpected browsing charges.

Globe Postpaid customers given full control of browsing experience with SurfAlert feature

The service works by sending a notification to a customer if their monthly data plan allowance is all used up in order to decide whether they stop browsing or to avail of data add-ons. This helps in incurring unexpected data charges and help customers manage their monthly plan.

Moreover, SurfAlert can detect if a site can be browsed for free. If opening a page incurs data charges, browsing will be put on hold and a notification will be sent to the user. It can also detect background activity from phone apps that automatically connect online. If the subscriber’s data allocation has been used up, SurfAlert temporarily stops the connection and gives a notification to the user.

Here are some of the data add-ons for Globe Postpaid subscribers:

  • SURF4ALL249 – 20GB mobile data valid for seven days
  • GoBOOST199 – 5GB mobile data valid for 30 days
  • GoBOOST99 – 1GB mobile data for 30 days

More information about these promos can be seen at the GlobeOne app that is available at Google Play Store, Apple App Store, and Huawei AppGallery.

To learn more about Globe’s SurfAlert, click here.

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