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SMART offers unlimited voice calls via Smartalk
Friday, June 26, 2009

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Smart has joined the unlimited-call bandwagon by introducing Smartalk to all its 38 million prepaid and postpaid subscribers.

The service called "Smartalk" will be available today, June 26 until Sept. 30 this year. It is still unknown if Smart will continue offering this service after the promo period.

Smartalk does not require any changes in the subcriber's SIM or mobile number and can be enjoyed by Smart Buddy and Smart Gold subscribers.

Smart subscribers will be able to avail of the service by purchasing loads for unlimited calls which come in two denominations. The first is "Smartalk 100" which for P100 offers 5 days of unlimited calls to any subscriber on the SMART network anywhere in the country, at any time of the day.

Another variant, "Smartalk 500", offers 30 days of unlimited calls to any subscriber on the SMART network for only P500 – effectively reducing the cost to as low as P17 for a whole day of unlimited calling to any number within the country’s largest mobile subscriber base.

"With this new service, SMART subscribers all over the country need only one phone, one SIM, and one number, to be able to make unlimited, crystal-clear calls to over 38 million SMART numbers anytime, anywhere," said Orlando B. Vea, Chief Wireless Advisor of SMART, and also one of its founders.

"This is our way of helping out our subscribers in these difficult times and is our response to the government's call for more affordable telecommunications services," added Vea.

"This is the ultimate unlimited. Smartalk re-writes the rules in the way ‘unlimited’ mobile services are made available to Filipinos -- no other service offering provides unlimited, nationwide calling to a subscriber base as large as SMART’s, while assuring callers of crystal-clear signal quality anywhere in the country," said Danilo Mojica, head of SMART’s wireless consumer division.

SMART Buddy prepaid subscribers may avail of Smartalk through registration. A subscriber just needs to send Talk100 to 6400 for a Smartalk 100 package, or Talk500 to 6400 for a Smartalk 500 load. The payment for the package bought will be automatically deducted from subscriber’s prepaid load, and they just need to have a P1 maintaining balance.

They can also buy these Smartalk packages as a load from any of over a million SMART Load retailers all over the country.

Unfortunately, this is not as ultimate as what Mr. Danilo Mojica said. Instead of dialing directly the number, a subscriber need to enter a special access code to dial. When making a call using the Smartalk, subscribers must dial *6400 plus the 11-digit subscriber number being called, eg., *640009181234567.

And also, there's the question on how long will each call last. Their unlimited night calls lasts 5 minutes per call which is more annoying that their PLDT Landline Plus Prepaid's 10 minute limit. I hope they're longer than 10 minutes.

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Globe DUO Review

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I have used 3 wireless landlines for the past several months. A few days with a Bayan Wireless Landline (BWL), a year with PLDT Landline Plus Prepaid, and more than a month with Globe DUO. Of the three, PLDT LL+ Prepaid has the best quality while Bayan Wireless Landline has the worst. While Globe DUO is the best when it comes to overall value.

One SIM, Two Numbers

This is the flagship of the Globe DUO service. Bayan Wireless Landline (BWL) requires you to purchase a new handset since BWL operates on a CDMA network. PLDT Landline Plus, though operates on the widely popular GSM network, also requires a separate handset. With Globe DUO, you don't need a new SIM or a new phone, just add P399 on your monthly bill and you can start calling local landline numbers for as long as you like.

Just send a few SMS commands to Globe DUO's access number and you will be assigned a second number. This new number will be your "wireless landline". Currently, Globe DUO is available in Metro Manila and Cebu so if you're from Metro Manila, the number you'll receive will have an area code of 2.

Unlimited Calls

Once registered to the DUO service, your SIM can now accept calls via its mobile number (0917-xxxxxxx) and its DUO number (02-xxxxxxx). For example, I am at home using my PLDT landline and I want to call a friend subscribed to DUO, instead of calling his Globe mobile number, I will call his DUO number. Since the DUO number has an area code similar to my PLDT landline, my call will be treated as a local call and I will not be charged for NDD.

Same goes if I'm on the field and would like to call my parents at home on their landline phone. Normally, Globe charges at least P7.50 per minute on calls to landline. But since I'm subscribed to Globe DUO, all of my calls within Metro Manila landlines will be free.

Free calls will only apply if both parties are located within Metro Manila. If I do make a call to a landline in Metro Manila while I'm at Mindanao, normal NDD/mobile rates will apply.

Just like the postpaid version of Bayan Wireless Landline, Globe DUO calls have no time limit. The call will last as long as you want or as long as your battery lasts. PLDT's Landline Plus cuts all incoming calls every 10 minutes which is really annoying.

My record with DUO is 2 hours 13 minutes. :P


Of all the postpaid wireless landline products, Globe DUO for Postpaid is the cheapest assuming you also maintain a mobile cellular number.

  • Globe DUO - add P399 on top of current G-Plan bill
  • Bayan Wireless Landline - P499 per month with unlimited local calls and BWL-to-BWL texts
  • PLDT Landline Plus - P600 per month with 600 outgoing local minutes and 120 SMS
  • SunTel Wireless Landline - P499 per month with unlimited local calls

Well for prepaid... umm... :P

Landline-like Quality

From the three wireless landline services I've used, Globe DUO comes in second to PLDT as having the best quality. PLDT Wireless Landline audio quality is almost comparable to a real landline call.

Bayan Wireless Landline sounds like the person you're talking to is under Sadako's well. It sucks really. I don't know if its because they're on a CDMA network or because of the low quality of handsets they're providing. ZTE anyone?

There are also more dropped calls compared to PLDT Landline Plus and Bayan Wireless Landline whenever I call from my home. Globe signal has been a problem in our area ever since, so that may explain the drop calls I encountered. Haven't experienced dropped calls outside our area though.

I've also encounterd "Network busy" errors but they occassionally occur during 5pm - 7pm

Better than (most) Dual SIM phones

Sun Cellular has also been offering a bundled wireless landline service with their regular postpaid subscription. With SunTel, you will be given a myPhone Dual SIM handset, a regular mobile postpaid SIM and a wireless landline SIM.

The problem with Dual SIM mobile phones is that whenever SIM1 is active in calls, SIM2 cannot receive calls or even SMS. I've tried this with several cheap Dual SIM phones from China and even the local Dual SIM myPhone. So if you're talking to someone using your regular Sun postpaid line, you cannot accept incoming calls on your SunTel wireless landline.

Call waiting will only work on whichever active SIM slot you're using.

Since Globe DUO uses the same SIM as your regular postpaid line, call waiting will work. Better than using Dual SIM phones right? RIGHT!

Globe DUO Prepaid Suggestions

A few weeks ago, Globe Telecom launched the prepaid version of DUO. Compared to its postpaid counterpart, the prepaid version IS expensive. The 5 day subscription is P125 while the 14 day will cost you a whopping P350. That's more than P700 additional on your prepaid credits compared to P399 per month on postpaid.

I am a prepaid subscriber of PLDT's wireless landline and I pay P300 every month for 150 minutes worth of outgoing calls and unlimited number of incoming calls (incoming calls limited to 10 minutes per call). Compared to what I'm paying right now, Globe DUO IS EXPENSIVE.

Though I understand that the P700+ per month of DUO has unlimited outgoing calls compared to the 150 free outgoing minutes of PLDT LL+, Globe should someday come up with a new prepaid plan similar to PLDT. How about a DUO Prepaid plan of P300 with 250 minutes of outgoing calls and unlimited number of incoming calls for 30 days? Then if the free minutes are consumed, regular outgoing rates should apply or maybe P1/call like Bayan Wireless Landline Prepaid.

All prepaid SIMs should also be able to register for DUO. As of today, DUO prepaid can only be availed if you buy a new Globe DUO-ready SIM pack. And since its a new SIM pack, say goodbye to your precious mobile number. My Globe prepaid SIM will be turning 10 years old this December, and I'm not willing to let it go just to subscribe to DUO. I'd rather use another handset with PLDT LL+

But if ever Globe decides to allow DUO registration for old prepaid subscribers, all registrations should be done within the Globe Business Centers or satellite offices. And to prevent clogging the network, all registrations should have a fee of P500 or up.


Globe is also offering a new G-Flex 250 plan, perfect to those who need a cheap wireless landline service. Just add P399 on top of the monthly consumable P250. P649 per month for unlimited landline calls + a consumable of 250 for mobile calls and text is a good deal.

Globe DUO is the best concept and service a local telco has introduced. Just imagine carrying only 1 handset for mobile and landline calls. Postpaid rate is also the cheapest on the market compared to Bayan Wireless, SunTel and PLDT LL+.

So if you're a Globe subscriber, get your DUO number now. If not, subscribed to any G-Plan and get your wireless landline for only P399 per month.

Text DUO to 8888 for more information.

Rating on a scale of 10, with 10 being the highest:

Voice Quality: 9.3
Network Reliability: 8.1
Value for Money: 9.8 (postpaid) / 4.0 (prepaid) 8.9 (prepaid)

UPDATE: DUO is now available to ALL Prepaid subscribers with the following packages:

P25 = 1 day (available only in Cebu)
P125 = 5 days
P350 = 14 days
P450 = 30 days

To register, just text DUO MM 125, DUO MM 350, or DUO MM 450 for NCR subscribers and DUO CEB 25, DUO CEB 125, DUO CEB 350, DUO CEB 450 for Cebu subscribers.

DUO for prepaid is available to ALL prepaid subscribers, Load Allowance Plan, and Load Tipid Subscribers.

Disclosure: Blog owner is a forum administrator of myGlobe, a website of Globe Telecom.

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Globe Brings First Android Phone to the Philippines
Monday, June 15, 2009

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Globe has brought the first Google Android phone to the Philippines. The HTC Magic is now available at the SM Megamall Globe Business Center. The HTC Magic is a feature-packed entertainment and communication device that makes use of the Android software platform for mobile devices initially developed by Google.

This new HSDPA (3.5G) HTC Magic phone allows instant access to the Google search and seamless email synchronization. The HTC Magic has a 3.2-inch TFT-LCD flat touch-sensitive screen with HVGA resolution for a wide display and a 3.2 megapixel color camera with auto focus to capture video and still pictures.

It also has an onscreen versatile keyboard with predictive text, an accelerometer for auto-rotate, handwriting recognition, and a track ball. It comes with a Smart Dialer that allows users to call in whatever way they want, either dialing the phone number or the first few letters of the name.

Other features of the phone include easy viewing of PDF files and Microsoft Word and Excel documents, and support for Microsoft Exchange ActiveSync with push email as well as calendar and contact synchronization.

HTC Magic is free at GPlan or GFlex 7000 in Megamall Globe Telecom Business Center (4/F Cyberzone, Building B). You can also log on to www.globe.com.ph for more details.

Disclosure: Blog owner is a forum administrator of myGlobe, a website of Globe Telecom.

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Microwarehouse Mid-Year Sale 2009
Wednesday, June 10, 2009

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Need a reason to throw away precious cash this time of economic crisis? Then why not head to Silver City in Pasig this June 14 and 15 and get great deals on Macs, iPods, Belkin, HP iPaqs, Palm, Cisco, Philips GoGear, Samsung Digital Cameras, etc. from Microwarehouse.

Discounts of up to 70% will be offered this weekend. Microwarehouse Mid-Year sale will be on Silver City, corner of Frontera Drive and Julia Vargas Avenue, Frontera Verde, Pasig City. (Near Tiendesitas)

Sunday, June 14, 2009 - 12nn to 8pm
Monday, June 15, 2009 - 10am to 8pm

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Globe Tattoo, WiMax, and Hyper-Speed Broadband

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Globe Telecom has been busy expanding their wireless broadband network to accommodate the increasing demand for the internet. Just this year, Globe's Visibility was relaunched as the hip Globe Tattoo and the launching of the first WiMax (Worldwide interoperability for Microwave Access) service in the country. This June, Globe launched the fastest broadband internet in the country with speeds of upto 100Mbps via the fiber-to-the home technology.

Globe Broadband Tattoo is perfect for those people who are always on the go. Though the new designs really don't matter, Globe Tattoo gives you access to Globe's HSDPA (High-Speed Downlink Packet Access) network. Currently, Globe provides speeds of upto 2Mbps.

Globe Broadband Tattoo is available on three postpaid plans and a prepaid kit. Plan 799 provides 60 hours of 3G/HSDPA and 2 hours on Globe Wiz. Plan 999 provides 75 hours of 3G/HSDPA and 3 hours of Globe WiZ. Plan 1499 provides 120 hours of 3G/HSDPA and unlimited access to Globe WiZ.

Globe Broadband Tattoo prepaid kit comes with a 5 hour free 3G/HSDPA access (P100 prepaid load). Additional minutes can be purchased at a rate of P5 per 15 minutes

Globe Broadband powered by WiMax is perfect to those who need unlimited internet access but lives in areas where internet access is limited. WiMAX is a technology designed to enable the deployment of wireless broadband access as a cost-efficient alternative to cable and DSL. WIMAX also has improved reach and can cover distances greater than those covered by other wireless technologies like WiFi, CDMA, or 3G. Globe’s network is considered the first and biggest 2.5Ghz WiMAX (802.16e) broadband network in South East Asia.

Globe is first in the Philippines to commercially launch a consumer Wimax offering. Currently, Globe has around four thousand subscribers on its WiMAX network, after only a few weeks.

The service is initially available in selected areas in South Luzon, NCR, Visayas, and Mindanao. WiMax plans are as follows, Plan 795 provides of up to unlimited 512kbps, Plan 995 provides up to 512kbps and a landline phone, Plan 1295 provides 1Mbps and a landline phone.

Starting June 12, Globe will also offer a PC+Internet bundle subscription in selected areas in South Luzon. The PC and Internet bundle comes in three plans: the Student Plan, the Busy Bee plan, and the Techie plan.

The Student plan is ideal for households with school-aged children who need a PC and an internet connection for research and other basic internet use such as social networking, surfing, email, chat and even casual games. The users make a small down payment of only PHP999, and a low monthly fee of only P1,472 per month for a bundled WIMAX connection and PC.

The Busy Bee plan is ideal for busy folks who regularly use the internet, and who need to take their work with them. Users pay a small down payment of PHP999, then pay a small monthly fee of P1,751 for a WiMAX connection and a net book. The busy bee has the option to buy a prepaid Globe Broadband Tattoo separately for only P1,895 for a truly mobile working experience.

The Techie plan is ideal for users who require a more powerful device to go with their high-speed internet connection. For a down payment of only PHP1,499 and a monthly fee of only P2,029, users get a WiMAX connection and a Neo laptop.

Globe has also introduced their hyper-speed plans this June. With speeds of up to 100 Mbps, the Hyper-Speed is the fastest Internet connection in the Philippines.

The entry plan is 10Mbps, which comes at a monthly fee of P3,995/mo. The 10Mbps plan comes with a landline as well as a WiFi router. The 100Mbps plan is a bit pricey at P14,999/mo.

The hyper-speed plans will be available in Forbes Park starting June 15; by July it will be available in Makati Villages Bel-Air and Urdaneta, and in Serendra, Taguig.

Disclosure: Blog owner is a forum administrator of myGlobe, a website of Globe Telecom.

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Globe DUO Now on Prepaid
Saturday, June 06, 2009

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After weeks of requests, Globe finally launched DUO on prepaid. Compared to DUO Postpaid, DUO Prepaid is a bit on the complicated and expensive side.

DUO Prepaid costs P125 per 5 days and P350 per 14 days. That's about P700 for 28 days, barely a month of unlimited landline service. Compared to DUO Postpaid's P399 per month, DUO Prepaid IS expensive. But bear in mind that this is the ONLY prepaid wireless landline in the country offering unlimited calls and the only service that doesn't require a separate handset.

There's a little bit of a problem though, DUO Prepaid is not available for all prepaid subscribers. You need to purchase the new DUO-ready prepaid SIM for P45 just to avail this service.

Bad news for people like me who'd like to retain their old numbers. My Globe prepaid SIM will be turning 10 years old this December Globe, and I'm not ready to dump it just to get DUO Prepaid. I'd rather use another phone for PLDT Landline Plus. You listening Globe? THIS SUCKS!

Anyway, to retain the DUO number, subscribers have 30 days to renew their DUO subscription once it has expired. If not, the DUO number will be deactivated and will be available again for others to register.

Globe DUO is initially available in Metro Manila and Cebu. For more information, text DUO to 8888.

UPDATE: DUO is now available to ALL Prepaid subscribers with the following packages:

P25 = 1 day (available only in Cebu)
P125 = 5 days
P350 = 14 days
P450 = 30 days

To register, just text DUO MM 125, DUO MM 350, or DUO MM 450 for NCR subscribers and DUO CEB 25, DUO CEB 125, DUO CEB 350, DUO CEB 450 for Cebu subscribers.

DUO for prepaid is available to ALL prepaid subscribers, Load Allowance Plan, and Load Tipid Subscribers.

Disclosure: Blog owner is a forum administrator of myGlobe, a website of Globe Telecom.

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Globe Tracker Now on the Web

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Globe Telecom's Tracker, a location-based service that allows you to get a general description of the location of your family, friends, or establishments in the Philippines is now available on the web. Tracker locates mobile phones using the signals received by the cell sites of Globe Telecom's cellular network.

I was one of the early supporters of this product and it has come a long way. You can now use Globe Tracker almost anywhere, from SMS to WAP and now the internet.

The new Globe Tracker on the Web also features a map similar to Google Maps. Tracker's MMS version gives you a general idea where the person is currently located with a map screenshot, with the Web version, you can now browse and zoom in/out just like with Google Maps.

For more information about Globe Tracker, visit https://tracker.globe.com.ph

Disclosure: Blog owner is a forum administrator of myGlobe, a website of Globe Telecom.

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"Resident Evil 5" Virus Now in Africa
Monday, June 01, 2009

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A lethal new virus called "Lujo" has been infecting people in Africa, causing them to bleed. Four out of five of the infected people have already died and scientists are still clueless on how to kill the virus.

ATLANTA - Scientists have identified a lethal new virus in Africa that causes bleeding like the dreaded Ebola virus. The so-called "Lujo" virus infected five people in Zambia and South Africa last fall. Four of them died, but a fifth survived, perhaps helped by a medicine recommended by the scientists.

It's not clear how the first person became infected, but the bug comes from a family of viruses found in rodents, said Dr. Ian Lipkin, a Columbia University epidemiologist involved in the discovery.

"This one is really, really aggressive" he said of the virus.
A paper on the virus by Lipkin and his collaborators was published online Thursday on in PLoS Pathogens.

The outbreak started in September, when a female travel agent who lives on the outskirts of Lusaka, Zambia, became ill with a fever-like illness that quickly grew much worse.

She was airlifted to Johannesburg, South Africa, where she died.

A paramedic in Lusaka who treated her also became sick, was transported to Johannesburg and died. The three others infected were health care workers in Johannesburg.

Investigators believe the virus spread from person to person through contact with infected body fluids.

"It's not a kind of virus like the flu that can spread widely," said Dr. Anthony Fauci, director of the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases, which helped fund the research.

The name given to the virus - "Lujo" - stems from Lusaka and Johannesburg, the cities where it was first identified.

Investigators in Africa thought the illness might be Ebola, because some of the patients had bleeding in the gums and around needle injection sites, said Stuart Nichol, chief of the molecular biology lab in the CDC's Special Pathogens Branch. Other symptoms include include fever, shock, coma and organ failure.

Genetic extracts of blood and liver from the victims were tested at Columbia University in New York, and additional testing was done at CDC in Atlanta. Tests determined it belonged to the arenavirus family, and that it is distantly related to Lassa fever, another disease found in Africa.

The drug ribavirin, which is given to Lassa victims, was given to the fifth Lujo virus patient - a Johannesburg nurse. It's not clear if the medicine made a difference or if she just had a milder case of the disease, but she fully recovered, Nichol said.

The research is a startling example of how quickly scientists can now identify new viruses, Fauci said. Using genetic sequencing techniques, the virus was identified in a matter of a few days - a process that used to take weeks or longer.

By MIKE STOBBE AP Medical Writer

Sounds like Resident Evil 5 huh?

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