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Non-traditional gifts for the month of love

These days, it is not unthinkable to receive high-tech gifts like smartphones and tablets. Beyond the traditional roses and chocolates, Globe offers these gifts at Globe Stores. Just visit select Globe Stores all over the country from February 14–17 to avail of the latest smartphone or gadget bundled with super-value My Super Plan, Load Tipid Plan, My Super Plan Family Combo Plan, and even Tattoo Postpaid and Prepaid offerings with huge discounts.
Show your love with these techie gifts.
Get an iPhone 5 for only P800 for 24 months (can be paid at 0 percent interest using major credit cards or charge to bill) when you get a Globe Postpaid Plan 999. You can also get a Samsung Galaxy S3 now free at Plan 1799, a Samsung Galaxy S3 Mini free at Plan 999, or a Cloudfone Thrill now free at Plan 499. You can get a Samsung Galaxy Y Color Plus with free four back covers and 4GB memory card at Plan 349 or a Cloudfone Excite 352G now free at Plan 299. Lastly, you can get the new Nokia Asha 205 or Cloudfone Excite 352G for free at Load Tipid Plan 300 or a BlackBerry 9220 Plus 99 BB Chat free at My Super Plan Family Combo Plan. Tattoo, broadband brand of Globe, is also offering huge discount on the Tattoo Mediapad that you can get for only P7,800 with Tattoo Unlimited Plan 999, free Tattoo Stick for every purchase of Tattoo Torque up to 100Mbps, free landline and free unlicalls to Globe and TM with any [email protected] Broadband bundle deals. The Tattoo Prepaid Stick (Huawei E153) on the other hand, can be availed for only P795 instead of P995, with a guaranteed P200 savings; Tattoo Flash 4G (up to 7.2Mbps) for only P995 with free Facebook access one day a week for 6 months; and a Tattoo Superstick (Huawei E355) for only P2,495 instead of P3,495. Globe is rolling out its $700-million network modernization program that will bring to the Philippines the most advanced, future-proof mobile network built to provide higher call quality, pervasive 3G and 4G coverage, and faster mobile internet experience all over the country.
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