As one of the pioneering tech enablers that welcomed 5G in the Philippines, it’s only fitting for Globe to eventually bring this new service to its customers.

Globe users will soon be able to enjoy 5G connectivity as existing LTE SIM cards will soon be enabled to work with 5G and receive 5G signal.

Customers don’t have to pay any additional fees or go to a Globe Store as Globe is already future-proofing its current LTE SIM cards to automatically work with and receive 5G signal.

Take note that this applies only to LTE SIM cards used on 5G-capable devices. If you don’t have one yet, you may get yours at all Globe stores across the country, Globe’s online stores, as well as from its official dealers and resellers.

This is all part of Globe’s thrust to ramp up the adaptation of the latest technologies to bring the best service for its subscribers.

Among the firm’s milestones in its 5G adaptation is when it announced its 5G broadband in 2019, making it the first in South East Asia to do so, and has put the Philippines in the map as third in Asia to offer 5G, following South Korea and Japan. With this, Globe At Home customers enjoy lightning-fast internet connection at home via Airfiber technology.

Earlier this year, Globe marked another feat in its 5G adaptation when it released the first 5G service for mobile and launched the first 5G device in the Philippines, plus more affordable 5G-capable smartphones.

In 2019, Globe was the first to launch 5G for broadband in South East Asia. This also positioned the Philippines as the third country in Asia to offer 5G connectivity, after South Korea and Japan.

With broadband Airfiber, Globe At Home customers stay connected with the world right at home, with lightning-fast internet connection.

In February 2020, Globe unveiled the first 5G service for mobile and introduced the first 5G device in the country, followed by more affordable 5G-capable smartphones.

Globe has likewise deployed 5G spots all over the Metro including in Bonifacio Global City (BGC), Valero Street in Makati, Rockwell Center, and Gen. Malvar in Ortigas. Globe is eyeing to rollout 5G in more areas in the country and to prepaid subscribers in the coming months.

For more information, visit the website at https://www.globe.com.ph/5g.

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