Globe joins NTC-led assisted registration in 30 more areas

Globe is kicking off February with its continuing participation in the SIM registration assistance initiative led by the government, deploying booths in 30 more areas.

From 1 to 3 February, Globe is providing SIM registration assistance in far-flung towns from the northern to the southern provinces to reach as many customers as possible before the 26 April deadline.

“We are undertaking a multi-pronged effort to be as inclusive as possible in the SIM registration process. Globe is there for our customers, whether online or offline. We will work alongside the government to support SIM registration on the ground where our customers need us,” said Cleo Santos, Head of Globe’s Channel Management Group.

Residents in the following towns may proceed to these locations if they need help registering their Globe or TM SIMs.

1 February

● Gattaran, Cagayan (in front of the town hall)

2 February

● Bangui, Ilocos Norte (Tourism Building)
● Allacapan, Cagayan (in front of the town hall)
● Florida Blanca, Pampanga (Barangay Nabuklod covered court)
● Lemery Batangas (municipal covered court)
● Gasan, Marinduque (municipal covered court)
● Bacacay, Albay (Bacacay East Central School Covered Court)
● Madalag, Aklan (covered court)
● Oslob, Cebu (covered court)
● Tolosa, Leyte (town gymnasium)
● Sergio Osmeña, Zamboanga del Norte (town gymnasium)
● Baungon, Bukidnon (municipal covered court)
● Laak, Davao de Oro (town gymnasium)
● Antipas, Cotabato (municipal public terminal)
● Esperanza, Agusan del Norte (municipal covered court)
● Tublay, Benguet (covered basketball court/gym)

3 February 3

● Pagudpud, Ilocos Norte (Cultural and Sports Complex)
● Limay, Bataan (Sports Complex)
● Lian, Batangas (covered court)
● Sablayan, Occidental Mindoro (municipal grounds)
● Pilar, Sorsogon (Bonifacio Covered Court)
● Lemery, Iloilo (covered gymnasium)
● Malabuyoc, Cebu (municipal covered court)
● Tanauan, Leyte (Tanauan Civic Center)
● Josefina, Zamboanga del Sur (covered court)
● San Fernando, Bukidnon (municipal gymnasium)
● Kiblawan, Davao del Sur (Mata’s Gym)
● President Roxas, Cotabato (municipal gymnasium)
● City of Bayugan, Agusan del Sur (City Hall compound)
● Kapangan, Benguet (covered basketball court/gym)

SIM registration booths are open to all, especially senior citizens, PWDs, those using basic/feature phones, or those without internet access.

To register, the following information must be ready:
● Full name
● Date of birth
● Sex
● Address
● Government ID with photo
● Mobile number

Globe also supported the first round of government-led SIM registration assistance, deploying booths to 15 areas from 25 to 27 January. It has also started rolling out its own SIM registration assistance desk across the country, partnering with Puregold from 27 to 29 January to help SIM users. Globe also recently held assisted registration for festival goers at the Sinulog Festival in Cebu and the Dinagyang Festival in Iloilo.

Globe’s online SIM registration platform,, is accessible 24/7 for Globe and TM users to register their SIMs. The GlobeOne app will soon be enabled for SIM registration to give customers greater convenience while providing exclusive deals and offers.

On 31 January, Globe logged over 11 million registered prepaid SIMs. Globe is again urging its customers to plan and schedule their registration, as failure to do so within the deadline will lead to SIM deactivation.

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