Globe Prepaid Home WiFi brings flexibility and budget-friendly options to your home

It’s about time! Prepaid home wifi is here for those who do not like to be tied to¬†fixed monthly fees or who have a tight budget. Now you can have flexible and budget-friendly wifi options with Globe Prepaid Home WiFi.


Globe At Home Prepaid Home WiFi

Knowing that its subscribers lead different lifestyles and have different wifi needs and budgets, Globe is now offering its Globe Prepaid Home WiFi for only PhP 1,999 and that comes with free 10GB data. There is no installation required and no monthly fees to pay.

Globe also designed various GoSURF promos one can choose from and use with the Globe Prepaid Home WiFi:

GoSURF15 (40MB for 2 days)

GoSURF50 (1GB for 3 days)

GoSURF299 (1.5 GB for 30 days)

GoSURF599 (4GB for 30 days)

GoSURF999 (8GB for 30 days)


This is great because you are not stuck to one option. On days when your requirement for wifi is heavy, you can go for the higher plans. But when your budget is tight or your wifi needs are low, you can just go for the cheaper options. Prepaid options have become desirable because one is not locked into a fixed plan. Students, for example, would benefit from this because their wifi needs can be cyclical, depending on school work.

Globe Prepaid Home WiFi is now available in Globe stores nationwide. You can buy your prepaid home WiFi load at any Globe reloading station nationwide.


Tita Jane

Tita forever, geek forever!!! Loves gadgets more than clothes... First introduced to IT via punched cards and COBOL programming... IT auditor for over 5 years... IT consultant covering the financial industry for over 7 years... Now, a blogger and social media practitioner...and still covering the IT world, among other interests. And proud that all my kids are geeky as well. ~ Tita Jane Uymatiao

2 thoughts on “Globe Prepaid Home WiFi brings flexibility and budget-friendly options to your home

  • November 7, 2017 at 9:11 am

    Hi Tita! How’s the speed? Kayang kaya po kaya ito for online work?

    • November 21, 2017 at 11:50 am

      Dax, I will update my post on speed once I try at home. Of course, location also matters.


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