Globe subscribers who also love to travel can now earn more rewards as the leading telecom company recently forged a partnership with Philippine Airlines that allows its frequent flyers to convert their PAL Mabuhay Miles to Globe rewards points.
For every 2,000 Mabuhay Miles converted, subscribers can earn 400 rewards points; 1,500 Mabuhay Miles can be converted to 300 rewards points; and 1,000 Mabuhay Miles can earn subscribers 200 rewards points.
They can then use these points to redeem items from the Globe Rewards catalog such as Globe services, shopping, dining and leisure items, gadgets and gift certificates.
Recently, using the point-to-peso conversion of 1 point = P1, subscribers can now also use their points as cash to purchase items from partner merchants including Bench, KFC and gadget store Memo Express, Ayala Malls Cinemas, Figaro Coffee Company, Wendy’s, Sunglass Hut, Enchanted Kingdom, Rose Pharmacy and Petron.
“Converting PAL Mabuhay Miles to Globe rewards points is an initiative that promotes further engagement and customer delight to both loyal Globe subscribers and Philippine Airlines customers,” said Jay Beltran, head of Customer Lifecycle Management at Globe. “This initiative spearheads the long-term goal of Globe Rewards to enable partners to offer rewards to their loyal customers through the Globe Rewards points earning and rewards redemption. With this partnership, Mabuhay Miles members can enjoy more rewards with their miles.”
To convert PAL Mabuhay Miles to Globe rewards points, members can call 855-8888 for Manila or (032) 340-0191 for Cebu. Members may also visit the Mabuhay Miles Service Center at Mabuhay Miles Service Center Makati. A text notification will be sent to the member indicating that the Globe rewards points have been credited to his or her mobile number.
For more details, visit www.rewards.globe.com.ph.
Instant messaging made unlimited
In addition to the improved rewards system, Globe also introduced the first unlimited bundle in the world with unlimited calls, SMS and over-the-top OTT messaging apps.
Globe’s GoUNLI30, now provides subscribers with unlimited texts to all networks, unlimited calls to Globe & TM users, and unlimited access to instant messaging and chat applications Viber, Facebook Messenger, KakaoTalk and major OTT players without the need for Wi-Fi or additional data charges.
Another globally innovative service is the telco’s dedicated mobile internet promo for customers who use messaging applications frequently. Subscribers who prefer pure messaging apps and want to get access to over 1 billion users around the world can register to UNLICHAT25, and enjoy uninterrupted use of Viber, Facebook Messenger, KakaoTalk, and major OTT players for only P25 valid for 1 day.
“Globe is at the forefront of innovation once again as the first telco in the world to bundle our unlimited call and text service with free access to the world’s major messaging applications. With our modernized network, we now have the capability to do first-to-market offers like these that give our subscribers access to bandwidth-heavy services such as data and apps, making their mobile experience better than ever before. True to our promise of enjoying Globe your way, we allow our customers to communicate via OTT players for free their own way,” said Peter Bithos, Senior Advisor for Consumer Business at Globe.
Bithos added, “With GoUNLI30 and UNLICHAT25, subscribers can enjoy the biggest wonderful digital world and a richer messaging, calling and sharing experience with the different features and functionalities of the chat applications—anytime, anywhere, minus the hassle of looking for a Wi-Fi spot or worries of additional data charges.
To register, subscribers can text GOUNLI30 and UNLICHAT25 to 8888, or call *143# for free.