Globe rolls out all-new GCash-powered GPlans– limitless options in the customer’s hands

With rapidly evolving needs brought about by the pandemic, coupled with the latest innovations in technology that continue to revolutionize our daily lives, Globe Postpaid has reinvented its plans to allow subscribers to take back the reins of life. With the all-new GPlan powered by GCash, Filipinos now have access to limitless options of life enablers, fit for what they need and aim to be.

“With GPlan, we seek to empower Filipinos to be more agile and deal with the constantly changing demands of life—whether it be at home, work, health, for learning or entertainment. The new GPlan allows go-getter Pinoys to choose the right tools they need to easily say ‘G!’ to the life they want,” said Kristelle Dizon, Globe Telecom’s Head of Consumer Mobile Business.

A revolutionary Postpaid plan made wonderful by GCash

The all-new GPlan powered by GCash, is its most flexible subscription plan yet. It gives customers the power to access anything they need in life and whatever they love with GCash credits that come with the plan – from everyday essentials, earning a living, access to learning, entertainment, gaming and even shopping!

Gone are the days when old postpaid plans only let customers get mobile phones. With the new GPlan with GCash, imagine making life easier with that robot vacuum cleaner or electric scooter you’ve been eyeing since Christmas; or indulging in your favorite hobbies such as playing with the latest gaming console; or shopping at discounted prices; or binge-watching with premium content subscriptions; or satisfying cravings with great deals and more. The options are limitless with exclusive promos, vouchers, and access to Globe’s partners right at your fingertips!

Aside from flexibility, GPlan also provides access to new life essentials. On top of unlimited calls and texts to all networks, subscribers are guaranteed round-the-clock access to licensed medical professionals with KonsultaMD. They also get free three-months of GInsure, which offers P140,500 worth of insurance coverage against COVID-19, dengue. This is made possible through GCash and life insurer Singlife Philippines.

The new GPlan is available for as low as Php599 up to Php7,999 per month.

Aside from GPlan with GCash, Filipinos can also choose other types of plans that suit their needs:

  • GPlan with Device: for those who want to choose from a range of mobile phones, tablets and wearables. They either come for free or with affordable one-time cash-out or charged to their monthly bill.
  • GPlan SIM-Only: for those who want to enjoy double the data allowance, unlimited calls and texts, but still be using their existing devices.
  • GPlan SIM-Only All Data: indulges subscribers with huge data allocation that can stretch up to 80GB per month, which translates to 27 hours of binge-watching sessions, 171 hours of video calling or 546 hours of music and podcast streaming.

“We at Globe have always been committed to putting our customers at the center of what we do. As their needs continue to change, we are here to evolve with them, to help them navigate the new normal with ease and confidence, and make everyday life richer, more productive and fulfilling—exactly what the all-new GPlan offers. Now is really the best time to switch!” added Dizon.

The new GCash-powered GPlan gives customers access to all they need to go after the life they want. Coupled with the amazing speed and connectivity that Globe’s 5G service can offer, it’s a life advantage one should not pass up.

New and existing subscribers can now apply for the GPlan of their choice. To learn more about Globe Postpaid’s all-new GPlan, visit

Written by Gabriel

Introvert, wanderer, blogger, foodie, a hip-hop music writer, and one of the co-founders of a tech start-up company called GigsManila.


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