26 April 2023

Globe applauds the government led by the Department of Information and Communications Technology (DICT) for extending the SIM registration deadline, giving millions of unregistered customers more time to comply with the law.

SIM users now have 90 more days to register after the original April 26 deadline was extended. Globe again calls on its subscribers to quickly take advantage of the extended time and not wait for the last minute to register to avoid deactivation of their SIMs.

“The government has given SIM users a full three months more to register their SIMs. We would like to appeal to our customers to register their SIMs as soon as they can. If you are having a hard time registering your SIMs, you can go to our Globe Stores and EasyHubs and we will provide the necessary assistance,” said Darius Delgado, Head of Globe’s Consumer Mobile Business.

Globe has been vigorously pushing for SIM registration registrations have been slow, peaking to millions of daily registrations just over the past three days after Globe sent emergency alerts before the extension was announced.

As of April 24, 39.89 million Globe customers have registered their SIMs out of the total 86.7 subscriber base.

Globe’s 147 stores and 25 EasyHubs across the country are open for customers who need help registering their SIMs. Globe has also been regularly joining SIM Registration Assistance initiatives led by the National Telecommunications Commission since January, and works with local government units, groceries, and malls to set up assisted registration booths in various sites, including remote locations.

Globe Prepaid, TM and Globe At Home Prepaid WiFi users may register their SIMs through the website. Globe Postpaid and Platinum customer details are already added to the Globe SIM registration database in accordance with the law. For company-owned Globe Business accounts, steps to register or update details have been sent to your company’s authorized representative.

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