Globe Telecom Free Whatsapp to Prepaid and Postpaid Subscribers

Globe Telecom has teamed up with Whatsapp to allow their postpaid and prepaid subscribers free access to the popular mobile messaging app without incurring data charges.

Globe has announced on April 27, 2015 (Monday) that starting April 30, 2015 (Thursday) both of their prepaid and postpaid subscribers can enjoy using Whatsapp anytime anywhere for free.

Prepaid users can enjoy WhatsApp’s real-time messaging and voice calling simply by registering to Globe’s prepaid promos like GoSakto, GoUnli25, GoUnli20, and GoSurf.

On the other hand, myLifestyle postpaid plan subscribers only need to download the mobile messaging app and use it on April 30. Aside from Whatsapp, Globe Telecom also has an ongoing promo that allows its subscribers’ free access to Facebook.globe free whatsapp Whatsapp is one of the leading cross-platform mobile messaging apps that allow its users to stay connected with their relatives and friends across the globe. It enables its users to exchange real-time messages, group chats, send photos and videos, and even share locations. Recently, Whatsapp has launched its calling feature to allow users to make calls and received calls from fellow app users.

WhatsApp is available on different mobile and desktop computer operating systems. These include Android, iPhone, Blackberry, Blackberry 10, Nokia S40 platforms, Nokia S60, Symbian OS, Windows Phone, and WhatsApp for the web.

Here is the source. To download Whatsapp, just visit and choose your device platform. Alternatively, you can also visit the iOS AppStore or GooglePlay depending on your device.

Whatsapp was first launched in the iOS AppStore in November 2009 for iPhone users. The messaging app became available to Blackberry, Symbian OS, and Android users in 2010.

In 2014, the biggest social networking company Facebook has acquired the messaging app for 19 Billion USD. As of April 2015, Whatsapp has breached 800 million active monthly users worldwide. The monthly user base continues to grow. Probably because the users are happy with the messaging app’s service.

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