The Bank of the Philippine Islands (BPI) and Globe Telecom (Globe) treat its mutual clients as BPI, through its electronic banking platform, BPI 24/7 Banking, partners with Globe to launch the newest prepaid reloading rewards promo that can be enjoyed and shared with loved ones.
From October 1, 2012 to December 31, 2012, reloading a Globe SIM card using BPI 24/7 Banking Express Online, Mobile and Phone Channels give Globe subscribers unlimited SMS to all networks, 50 minutes of free call to Globe and TM numbers, plus 5MB worth of free mobile internet surfing; while, TM subscribers an unlimited SMS to Globe and TM, 50 minutes free call time to Globe and TM numbers, and 5MB worth of free mobile internet surfing for TM subscribers valid for 1 day. Notification and instruction of rewards will be sent to subscribers’ mobile number. At least Php200 should be reloaded to a Globe/TM mobile number within a month through the BPI 24/7 channels to be eligible for the reward.
“We encourage our Globe subscriber clients to reload their prepaid SIM cards through BPI 24/7 Banking for a more convenient yet secured reloading,” says Noel Tagaza, BPI SVP and Head of the Electronic Channels Group. He continues, “Reloading through BPI is now very rewarding, giving you exclusive perks to always keep in touch with your families and friends. Now even if you’re always on the go, anytime and anywhere, you won’t be afraid of zero load balance.”
“As we have seen continuous growth momentum in our prepaid mobile subscriber base as well as in terms of revenues, we would like to give our prepaid subscribers more incentives while continuously expanding the availability and accessibility of Globe reloads,” said Pilut Montes, Head of Online/Bank Channel of Globe Telecom. “In addition, with the partnership with BPI, there is now an added value in loading your Globe phone by simply loading via BPI 24/7.”
For more information about the BPI 24/7 Express Mobile, Online and Phone Channels, visitwww.bpiexpressonline.com.
Per DTI – NCR Permit No.: 8652, Series of 2012.