Breaking: Vonage Unlimited to Globe Philippines Now Available!

Breaking: Vonage Unlimited to Globe Philippines Now Available!

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Vonage, a popular VoIP service provider, announced today that it has expanded its unlimited call offers to the Philippines. The company’s new calling plan, Vonage Unlimited to Globe Philippines, provides unlimited calls to over 60 Vonage World locations including the Philippines through Globe Telecom. What exactly this means is, Vonage users across the globe, specifically those outside the Philippines can now make unlimited calls to Globe Telecom mobile and landline numbers. These Globe numbers include Globelines (landline), Globe Prepaid and Postpaid (mobile), and Touch Mobile (mobile).

Vonage Globe Telecom Partnership

Aside from the unlimited calling offers to over 31 million Globe mobile and landline subscribers, the Vonage Unlimited to Globe Philippines plan also allows Vonage subscribers to make calls to non-Globe numbers starting at 9 cents per minute.

Vonage Unlimited to Globe Philippines is now available immediately to Vonage subscribers at a flat rate of $29.99 per month, plus taxes and fees. For more details about this new offering from Vonage and Globe Telecom, head over to Vonage website via this link.

Bert Padilla

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  1. Dan

    BEWARE of Vonage! I almost signed up for the unlimited to the Philippines, then I read the comments on their Facebook page. Horrible company.

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