30 March 2023

Mobile industry leader Globe joins the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) in the 10th leg of the government’s SIM registration assistance program from March 27 to April 1, 2023. Booths will be set up in 60 locations throughout the country to help customers who may have difficulty registering.

By participating in this initiative, Globe emphasizes its dedication to providing excellent service to all clients and ensuring they meet the government’s SIM registration deadline of April 26, 2023.

Customers may visit the location nearest them based on the following schedule:



March 28 – Pasil (Municipal Hall)
March 29 – Balbalan (Gym)
March 30 – Pinukpuk (Multipurpose Hall, Poblacion)
March 31 – Tanudan (Government Center)

La Union

March 28 – Naguilian (Ortiz Covered Court)
March 29 – Pugo (Covered Court)
March 30 – Santo Tomas (Municipal Auditorium)
March 31 – Santol (Santol Covered Court)

Nueva Vizcaya

March 28 – Bayombong (LGU Canopy, Barangay Don Mariano Marcos)
March 29 – Solano (Heroes Memorial Park)
March 30 – Bagabag (Municipal Gym)
March 31 – Diadi (Old Public Market)


March 29 – San Jose (Municipal Gym)
March 30 – Capas (Covered Court, Municipal Compound)
March 31 – Concepcion (Col. Jesus P. Lapuz Sports Memorial Complex)
April 1 – San Clemente (Covered Court) 


March 28 – Tagkawayan (Municipal Covered Court)
March 29 – Calauag (Heroes Park in front of covered court)
March 30 – Lopez (Municipal Covered Court, People’s Hall)
March 31 – Sariaya (Sports Complex)

Occidental Mindoro

March 28 – Abra De Ilog (Transport Terminal)
March 30 – Mamburao 9 (Municipal Gym)


March 28 – Coron (Municipal Hall)
March 30 – Busuanga (Municipal Hall)


March 29 – Bulan (Freedom Park)
March 30 – Matnog (Municipal Covered Court)
March 31 – Donsol (Municipal Compound near MSWDO)


March 29 – Legazpi City (Bigaa Covered Court)

Camarines Sur

March 28 – San Jose (Cultural Sports Complex)



March 29 – Altavas (Julio G. Refol, Sr. Memorial Complex)


March 30 – Jamindan (Civic Center)
March 31 – Mambusao (Angeles Lema Cultural Center)

Negros Occidental

March 29 – Sipalay City (Gym)
March 30 – Binalbagan (Gym)
March 31 – San Enrique (Municipal Auditorium)


March 30 – Baclayon (Baluarte Covered Court)
March 31 – Panglao (Municipal Cultural Center)

Negros Oriental

March 30 – Bais (Evacuation Center)


March 30 – Tuburan (Municipal Covered Court)


March 30 – Mercedes (Civic Center)
March 30 – Salcedo (Civic Center)



March 28 – Isabela City (City Hall Lobby)

Zamboanga del Sur

March 30 – Kumalarang (Public Market, Barangay Poblacion)
March 31 – Buug (Municipal Podium, Barangay Poblacion)

Misamis Occidental

March 30 – Jimenez (San Jose Ozamiz Freedom Park)
March 31 – Sinacaban (Municipal Covered Court near Terminal, Poblacion)

Lanao del Norte

March 30 – Salvador (Municipal Covered Court)
March 31 – Magsaysay (Multi-Purpose Building and Trading Center Area, Poblacion)

Davao de Oro

March 29 – Maragusan (Municipal Gym)
March 30 – New Bataan (Municipal Tennis Court)
March 31 – Compostela (Municipal Gym)

Davao del Norte

March 27 – Braulio Dujali (Municipal Ground)

North Cotabato

March 29 – Kabakan (Municipal Hall)
March 30 – Carmen (Inside City Hall)

South Cotabato

March 30 – Koronadal (BIR Compound)
March 31 – Tupi (Municipal Hall)

Surigao Del Norte

March 28 – Claver (Tourism Office)

Surigao Del Sur

March 29 – Cantilan (Municipal Gym)

Agusan Del Norte

March 30 – Santiago (Poblacion 2 Gym)
March 31 – Jabonga (Municipality Park)

For a fast and hassle-free registration process, customers are advised to have their relevant information readily available. This includes their full name, date of birth, sex, address, government-issued ID with photo, and mobile number.

“Our utmost priority is to provide our clients with uninterrupted connectivity. We understand that the SIM registration process can be arduous for some, which is why we continue to streamline the process and ensure a hassle-free experience for everyone. With only a month left before the registration deadline, we strongly encourage our customers to take advantage of this opportunity to enjoy seamless mobile and broadband services,” said Cleo Santos, Globe Channel Management Group Head.


Aside from participating in the NTC-led SIM registration program, Globe earlier launched its own on-ground and online initiatives to assist its customers. Globe, TM and Globe At Home Prepaid WiFi may register anytime and anywhere through or the GlobeOne app.

Postpaid and Platinum subscribers, meanwhile, may confirm their details to Globe by sending SIMREG to 8080 or update their details via

Globe is committed to providing support to all its customers, particularly those who require extra assistance, such as senior citizens, disabled individuals, pregnant women, basic phone users, and those without internet access. The company strives to ensure that every customer receives the necessary help to complete the registration process smoothly.

The SIM Registration Act mandates the registration of all SIMs as part of government efforts to combat fraud and scams, which have seen an increase during the pandemic, increasing incidence of criminal activities that exploit unregistered SIMs. This important measure ensures that every mobile number is linked with a verified user, making it easier to track down and hold accountable those who use mobile devices to engage in unlawful activities.

With only a limited time left before the registration deadline, it is crucial to register your SIM now. For more information on the SIM registration process and how to register, please visit