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    ‘Seamless surfing’ with Globe At Home’s stronger and faster Prepaid WiFi ‘Doble-Bilis Boosters’

    Get fast wireless internet with Globe At Home's Prepaid WiFi LTE-Advanced modem.

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    Digital connectivity is a must in today’s new normal, which is why it’s important to have a “reliable and consistent” network. Through the latest Globe At Home (GAH) Prepaid WiFi LTE-Advanced modem, customers are assured of a strong, stable and fast internet connection that’s friendly on the wallet.

    GAH Prepaid WiFi LTE-Advanced modem with its “Doble-Bilis Boosters” now offers internet connection that’s two times faster than any other Globe prepaid modem.

    The modem is “plug and play” making it easier to use, and comes with free 10 GB data that can be shared with the family. Up to six devices can access the internet using the newest modem from GAH Prepaid WiFi.

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    “These advantages and benefits are really made to help families cope with the demands of working from home for Dads and Moms; and the requirements of their children while attending online classes,” said Darius Delgado, Globe VP for Broadband Business.

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    The GAH Prepaid WiFi LTE-Advanced is equipped with carrier aggregation technology making it a seamless experience for families to use the internet.  All they need to do is plug in and load up their Doble-Bilis Boosters equipped modems and enjoy working while at home, watching their favorite series and learning history with just a click away.

    It works best with data promos exclusive to GAH Prepaid WiFi, from as low as P99 for HomeSURF99 with 10GB valid for five days or the HomeWATCH199 promo that gives customers a total of 34GB for seven days.  The promos can only work with the SIM inserted in the modem.

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    The GAH Prepaid WiFi LTE-Advanced modems with Doble-Bilis Boosters are available at the Globe Online Shop and other channels nationwide, for only P1,999.

    Globe At Home Prepaid WiFi kits run on Globe’s 4G LTE wireless network.

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