Globe Telecom is offering postpaid customers a six-month installment option to settle their bills.
In a statement on Friday, the telco said this would lessen the financial burden of subscribers dealing with the impact of the new coronavirus disease (COVID-19).
Globe said subscribers can enroll and avail themselves of the staggered payment scheme from May 15 through June 15.
“We understand that many of our customers are worried about their finances due to the community quarantine. We are offering our installment payment options in the hope that it will help ease their expenses and allow them to expand their budget for essentials,” Globe president and CEO Ernest Cu said in a statement.
Globe said this covers all Globe mobile postpaid and Globe At Home customers, including business and enterprise customers.
Customers may also view and opt to settle their bills through Globe’s customer service apps—GlobeOne and Globe At Home. GCash is also another available alternative for settling bills. For business customers, they may also use bank online payment and wire transfer services.
PLDT Inc. and Smart Communications earlier announced a six-month installment option for subscribers.
“We hope that through this payment program, we will help keep you connected whether you are at home, the office or elsewhere after the enhanced community quarantine period,” PLDT chair and CEO Manuel V. Pangilinan had said. —MIGUEL R. CAMUS
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