Globe Broadband 30-day trial free for SMEs

Globe offers small and medium-sized companies free use of its wired broadband for 30 days, with no obligation on the part of the SMEs to subscribe and continue the service beyond one month.

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From May 15-July 31, small and medium entrepreneurs (SMEs) availing of any of Globe’s broadband and landline plans will automatically be given a one-month free trial of the service. SMEs availing of the promo will also get additional savings as the installation fee will also be waived upon sign-up.

What does this mean? This gives SMEs the opportunity to think of other ways to harness the internet to help them in their business. The problem with a free 30-day trial is that people will tend to procrastinate. Hence, it would be better to draw up a list of things to do during the free four-week period, so that they entrepreneurs can maximize this special promo.

Broadband internet plans range from Plan 1 Mbps to Plan 5 Mbps which includes an internet connection, landline service, WiFi modem, email account with corresponding storage space, IP address, Worldpass WiFi account, and a dial-up account as back-up.

Now I'm not too sure about the email account, because you will need to consider what will happen if the SME does not continue subscribing to Globe beyond the free period? What happens to the inflow of email? I suggest you just sign up for a GMail account, so that you have flexibility.

For more information on Globe Business’ Wired Broadband package and the free 30-day trial, please call 730-1288, or email, or visit for more details.

I wonder if someone is offering internet training for SMEs who still haven't taken the time to explore the internet further.

[ First posted on 06/11/2009 by Manuel Viloria ]

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